Ace interviews that Chris is going to look like a jackass and that the girls will never forgive him. Ace pulls Chris aside and gives him a heads-up on the situation, which I think was a really cool move on Ace's part. So this is where Chris is going to go downstairs and explain why he thought he might have sent the flowers, right? Right?
Chris heads downstairs and sits at the computer. Chris yells that he sent out an email to all his friends and family asking who sent the flowers, and none of them did it, so he wonders if they ever found out who did. Whoo, boy. That was, like, the worst lie ever. Christina shrugs and says she doesn't know. In a confessional, Christina says she's really disappointed in Chris. Chris digs himself deeper by saying he doesn't want the girls to get an email from some guy asking about the flowers he sent. Oh. Oh, dear. Leah says it's interesting that Chris would say that, since that's exactly what happened. In a confessional, Leah says that she wants to ask Chris if he's out of his mind. Chris says he's sorry. In a confessional, Leah calls Chris an asshole for taking credit for someone else's gesture. Chris claims he never said he sent them. Leah asks why he kept asking if he was out of the doghouse. Chris says that he would take any opportunity to get out of the doghouse. Chris interviews that he finds it funny how the girls could turn on a dime like that, and that while he liked the attention from them, he knew it wouldn't last. Chris says he's sorry, because it was cheesy and weak. Leah says it really was. In a confessional, Leah says that they all thought Chris was starting to change, and now he's made it worse. Chris looks mock-sad while the girls pointedly ignore him. Chris interviews that he's "hanging with the dogs," and barks. Oh, Chris. Why do I love you so? When you are such an ass?
Next week: Adam and Christina wrestle. Adam hooks up with a lot of girls. Adam and Christina get in a fight about...something. It was unclear.