Nehemiah thinks he did the wrong thing, because he basically sent Davis into the Duel. Although, obviously if Dunbar had been picked last he would clearly have used this opportunity to beat up some more gays. You know, since he doesn't get to do that so often now that that whole thing got all socially unacceptable and such.
Brooke frets to Paula. Brooke hates physical contact, so she's not going to love wrestling Brittini. If only there were a Hag Skills based Duel. Wait, Brooke would lose that, too. She's the worst Hag ever. Brooke is one big Fail. But her hair is done! Yay! (Is what Brooke says.) Jenn tries to get Brooke fired up by telling her that Brittini's just a skinny model. Brooke could take her. Brooke just wants to spend some time fluffing her hair.
Later that night, Davis and Paula are standing around in sunglasses, as you do, Paula in what appears to be a Paula Deen wig. As you do. Davis is obviously tipsy and he quietly tells Evan that he just doesn't like bullies. I like Davis's style.
Commercials. Girls Duel first, because theirs is clearly is not top billing. Brooke is obviously going home. Sigh. Brooke is on the prissy defensive during the first one. Katie interviews with some tips: "Go in there like an angry bitch and start swinging." Aneesa interviews that Brooke is just too dainty. You know she "just wants everyone to be happy and lets drink and make out." Yes, how dainty. I love these eulogies for Brooke. Brittini totally collars Brooke and wins. Even the soundtrack was bored with that outcome, there were no emoting cues at all. Brooke interviews that her parents did not raise her to be a wrestler and that she is really proud of herself "for even stepping foot on one of these challenges." It'd be nice to have such a low bar for yourself, yes?
Guys Duel. The challenge is that they each need to complete a puzzle with missing pieces. The catch is the puzzle is a giant vertical climbing wall. So they need to take the missing pieces from a table on the ground, and plug them into the right spots by climbing the wall. Evan interviews pissily. Davis interviews that he's a "logical, introverted, thinker kind of guy." They start and immediately Evan is kind of stompy and frustrated. Oh, how I would love if Evan went home, but I am so clearly being manipulated into thinking that is possible
Commercials. They're still at it, Diem interviews that the challenge is not just mental, it's not just physical, it's EVERYTHING. The show quits trying to trick me, and a counter comes up in the corner and we see that Evan has way more puzzle pieces placed and then it's just a matter of seconds 'til Teej's airhorn. Evan wins. Davis interviews that it sucks because he had the opportunity to change the game and he lost it. So true. This shit is kinda boring. Evan going home would have been great.