We open with the news that yesterday was Selina’s birthday, and Cody celebrated by not being openly racist.
He spoiled her with flowers and a cake which is lovely but unfortunately not a storyline we can actively get behind. Because Tamara and Brent are fighting. And due to frankly shocking editing, we don’t know why.
They’ve spent the night apart, which means that roughly two weeks into the experiment, three out of the eight couples are no longer living together. Cool.
But Tamara and Brent discover that this marriage experiment is kinda boring when you’re just locked inside a hotel room on your own, and, as they’ve been told by Anthony, if you try to escape you get clubbed in the head.
Brent maintains he still has feelings for Tamara, it’s just that he doesn’t like that she’s a psychopath.
As Holly and Andrew prepare to start their Intimacy Week activities, the narrator refers to Andrew’s 'heartfelt' apology. But was it an apology? Or was it a keynote speech? To an audience of one?
They’ve received a letter from Alessandra so Holly does a terrible and borderline offensive Spanish accent, which Andrew really likes because he’s from Texas and doesn't know better.
They’re instructed to gaze into each other’s eyes for three minutes. While Andrew thinks it's a romantic moment, we’re given a haunted voiceover of Holly replaying all the f*cked up things he’s said to her. The words "I’vE hAd OvEr 350 SeXuAl PaRtNeRs" and "yOu’Re nOt aS gOoD aT sEx aS mE aNd mY BiG tExAn DiCk" replay in her head and sweetie we need to step away from this relationship before this man permanently destroys your soul. More than he already has.