The Bachelor Pad- Episode 4 Recap
Last night on Bachelor Pad, Wes went off on everyone for Gia's departure. You know, the girl who had a boyfriend? The girl who swore that she knew what she was doing? And now he's upset because the girl he had wrapped around his finger is gone. So Dave lovingly reminds him that this is indeed a reality show and there can only be one winner. The fight starts brewing, but the producers have something else in mind for the contestants: anonymous surveys about everyone else in the house!
The next day, it's the weekly competition, where each contestant has to guess who the majority voted--and everyone regrets what they said the night before about other people in the house. Kiptyn was revealed to be the favorite to win, while Krisily is everyone's biggest enemy. Says Natalie: "She's straight up just a bitch!" Elizabeth and Krisily split the vote for most shallow and Gwen gets labeled most stupid. She doesn't take that lying down, knowing Natalie is probably the taker of that title.
At this point, Tenley takes it home for the girls, getting a rose for the week. Then it's the guys' turn and the questions get nasty. Dave is who everyone has a crush on, and Natalie is deemed the girl who will always be a bridesmaid, never a bride. Wes gets the prize for biggest jerk (that one's a shocker), but nothing could prepare us for this, the best tiebreaker possibly in all of reality TV history: who has the worst boob job? Kovacs refuses to write down Elizabeth because he can feel her invisible vice tightening on his manhood, so he puts down Krisily, giving Jesse B. the win (since he could write down Elizabeth's name).
Of course, the game leaves Gwen, Elizabeth and Natalie all bruised. Elizabeth says she just tries to be beautiful, then leaves Kovacs to cheer her up. Gwen tries to use the insults against her to get close to Natalie, consoling her while she cries in the shower.
The dates get switched up this week and the winners can only bring one person on their date instead of three. That's a no brainer for Tenley, who picks Kiptyn as they're whisked off to Catalina Island (which is far from the various locations the show has been to before, believe me) for some ziplining, lip locking and a night in the Fantasy Suite. According to Tenley, she's ready to open up her heart again.
Not so fast, though. Before they return the next day, Kiptyn tells Tenley they need to cool it, and game faces need to be on when they're in the house. Burned again, Tenley. Burned again. Maybe Jesse B. will have more luck with Peyton, who go flying in a biplane and then eat a romantic dinner in an airplane hangar. Of course, Jesse B. makes a drunken bumble and insults Peyton, so no Fantasy Suite for him.
Elimination day has come again and the targets are roving around the house. Krisily is being eyed by several of the guys fresh off being labeled as everyone's biggest enemy, while Kovacs is dangling from Elizabeth's pinky on a very fine string. Meanwhile, Wes is trying so hard to make sure that he's staying that he's actually giving people the idea to vote him off.
So it comes down to the plain fact that the women want Wes out and, sans Nikki's vote, they send him home. Meanwhile, the guys are deadlocked. Dave doesn't want Krisily to go home because he thinks they can manipulate her, while Kiptyn doesn't want to get rid of Gwen. And Kiptyn doesn't give in to the pressure, either, giving Krisily the boot along with our favorite F-list country artist.