So then, this happens. The girls go to a fashion showroom where Stanton is waiting for them, along with Kate Nobelius, the Founder and Co-President of Couch Nobelius. If your business partner is a couch, do you think that you still have to split the profits down the middle? Couch Nobelius's biggest event is their Billion Dollar Babes sample sale. In the room is over $10,000 worth of clothes, handbags, and jewelry. Stanton says that today, they will partake in a shopping spree. Each girl will have thirty seconds to go to the showroom and put on as many clothes as she can. Everyone has to be back by the thirty second mark or they are disqualified. The person with the most clothes wins everybody's clothes. At this, all the girls (except, tellingly, for Melrose, who has what can only be classified as a shit-eating grin), are like, "Whatchu talking 'bout, Stanton Barrett?"
The girls rush in and start grabbing jewelry and piling clothes on themselves. Jaeda, Eugena, and Anchal are forced to stand there and watch, which Jaeda notes is pretty cruel. All of the girls make it back in time, and Kate starts counting their items. Caridee has seven. Michelle has eleven. Amanda has ten. So Michelle is in the lead so far, which is as it should be. And then, there's Melrose. She has thirteen and yells out in glee. Stanton tells everyone to give Melrose their clothes. She does a happy dance of greed. Michelle interviews that she didn't know there was a challenge within her challenge prize, and says that she gets nothing unless Melrose chooses to give her something. This, of course, sucks. All the girls hand over their stuff to Melrose, who says that it's like a dream. Eugena notes that she, Anchal and Jaeda were all laughing, because Melrose understood the rules and the other girls didn't, and so she grabbed everything. Melrose interviews that it was great to get all the clothes, but she's feeling like all the other girls are wanting to kill her right now. Wow, that Melrose is perceptive.
Back at the house, the girls are in the kitchen. Michelle says that she's closest to her sister and Caridee, and that she and Anchal have a love-hate relationship. Anchal is sitting right there, so I'm not sure what exactly is going on in this conversation. Anchal interviews that the girls were all talking about who they liked and didn't like in the beginning. I guess she is not on many people's "like" list, because she says again that she feels like she has no friends in the house. Suddenly, Melrose says that Anchal acts like a child. Anchal says that Melrose doesn't even know her to say that. Melrose says that Anchal has no respect for other people's space. She's walked into Melrose ten times in the house and never thought twice about it. Maybe she was hoping that Melrose had a concussion and would shut up for once. Anchal is an optimist. Anchal interviews that she can't talk to these girls. She just wants to get away from it, because it's affecting her, which is bad. Well, the Democrats are running Congress now. I'm sure they'll take care of it. Commercials.