We rejoin Johnny and Courteney in Melbourne for part two of their dating competition, where it seems she has the distinct advantage of not being half dead.
"We went out for wines last night," she explains.
While she went home at the respectable time of 2am, Johnny apparently stayed out drinking until five and consequently has had one hour of sleep, and now looks like this:
She might be hangover-free, but Courteney isn't exactly rocking this dating competition either. Two of her dates have cancelled via text message, probably because they woke up on Sunday morning looking like Johnny and realised they didn't actually want to be on TV.
Speaking of looking like Johnny, he looks amazing for someone with one hour's sleep and more wine in their bloodstream than actual blood:
Unfortunately though when his date arrives he removes his sunglasses, revealing his bloodshot eyes and shattering the illusion.
While Johnny tries not to vomit on his date, Courteney attempts to make up for her two cancellations by cracking onto an entire table of five blokes via a handwritten note that begins "Dear table of cute boys".
With the promise of a mid-morning leg-over within reach, one of the blokes heads inside to meet Courteney and suddenly finds himself starring in a film noir.
Sadly, this film noir appears to have been written by a first year creative writing student at Cootamundra TAFE, as the dialogue is about as scintillating as an episode of Play School.
Bloke: I'm an engineer.
Courteney: How'd you get into engineering?
Bloke: I dunno, really.
Courteney: Is that something you have to be good at maths for?
Courteney: Are you on Tinder?
Courteney: Isn't it weird?
Meanwhile, Johnny's date with a packet of Berocca is going as well as expected:
Suddenly Courteney's next date arrives, a cute Italian boy who speaks mangled English with a charming accent.
"What is your favourite situation to met mens?" he asks her, which is the most adorable sentence of all time and should obviously be rewarded with an instant pash.
"If all girls are as beautiful as you, I definitely going to Adelaide," he says.
Except if you're Courteney, then apparently you can totally resist it.
The United Nations of dating continues with Johnny's next date, a Brazilian guy who isn't much of a conversationalist but does wait patiently while he runs to the toilet to chuck up. So that's something.
Moving on to Courteney's next date, who looks like the illustration for the Urban Dictionary entry for "Melbourne hipster".
She was apparently impressed by his pick up line on Tinder: "If you were the president, you'd be Babraham Lincoln".
Courteney does not realise this line comes from the film Wayne's World, probably because she was ONE when that came out.
Their tallies equal at three dates all, Courteney and Johnny decide on a tiebreaker - whoever can get their date to go on a ride with them at Luna Park.
Courtney's hipster is good to go, because Luna Park is like, totes ironic and you can take really sick Instagrams there.
Johnny's date, not so much.
"Did you know that one in four people die on rides in Luna Park? That place is a death trap," he says.
So with that, Courteney wins the dating war and heads off to Luna Park to make sure the ABC fulfils its contractual agreement with Tourism Victoria.
But as Johnny slinks home to die quietly in bed, it's clear who the real winner in all this was:
Now go on and READ EPISODE 17 when we have a look at all our daters two months on, and note how little has changed for everyone except Sooz. Or go back in time and READ EPISODE 15 again.