After Mick is gone, Al Snow decides to wrestle with Chris-tian. As their match begins, Chris-tian voice-overs that his mind goes so fast that he bungles the moves, and he knows that he needs to slow down and focus, instead of anticipating each move. The match seems to be going okay, but then Al Snow grabs Chris-tian's head and tries to do a hip toss. I'm not sure what Chris-tian did wrong -- maybe he didn't jump enough -- but Al's arm slips and Chris-tian lands on Al Snow's back. The Grungy Guitar of Impending Violence plays as Al grabs Chris-tian's head and twists it roughly to one side, and then gets Chris-tian in an arm bar and really puts a lot of torque on the arm and shoulder. While doing this, Al tells Chris-tian that he could have hurt them both, and that Chris-tian can't do that anymore. Al says that he's told Chris-tian this every week. Meanwhile, Chris-tian can barely gasp out responses to Al's questions, and his face is turning bright red. Al voice-overs that he lost his temper because Chris-tian isn't listening to him, and someone is going to get hurt. Al Snow finally lets Chris-tian go, and Chris-tian stands outside the ring squeezing his eyes closed with a pained expression on his face. That was kind of scary. I'm sure that there was more build-up than what we were shown, but based solely on the footage, it looked like Al Snow snapped for no reason. Then again, Al's livelihood depends on not getting injured, so I can see why it would piss him off if one of the contestants continually put him in danger.
At the Casa de Contestants, Josh talks to his girlfriend, Jamie, on the phone. It's a typical "I miss you more!" kind of conversation until Jamie asks Josh whether he can still smell her in his room. Ew! That's kind of gross. Jamie starts crying and saying that she wants to talk to him forever. Isn't this the same girl that was totally fighting with him while she was there?