The Weatherman's victory spells trouble for Fake Dean, because nobody but Girl Jessie will even pretend to like him, and his human sponge thing failed to impress the ladies, so he is worried he will be on the chopping block. He tries to make friends, but, he's gross. The Weatherman gets pointers from Gia on how to survive another day and she recommends he keep one of the outsider girls safe. Vampire Queen Gwen perhaps? Her 150 years on earth have given her a certain wisdom and disinterest in hooking up with the household bohunks for anything but plasma. The Weatherman gets his date card and he wisely chooses three ladies with no affiliation or territorial pissings marking them.
Ashley, Vampire Queen Gwen and Peyton accompany him to an art studio, where they are given the task of creating the Next Great Masterpiece. Instead they fingerpaint with their asses. The Weatherman dons his infamous Speedo for the occasion, while the girls change into their bikinis. They slop paint on each other and roll around on paper and basically make their audition tape for the next season of Work of Art.
Back at the House of Herpes, the divisions between in crowd (HOT TUB!!!) and outsiders (in bed) is becoming more evident. Krisily concocts a plan whereby one of the popular kids will get voted off. How about Kiptyn? Because he is obviously a plant. A plant with a stupid WASPy name that I want to punch in the babymaker. Out on the hot date, The Weatherman is surprisingly doing a good and admirable job balancing the needs of three needy women. The Weatherman takes some alone time with Peyton and they agree that Kiptyn needs to go because he is obviously the low-hanging fruit on the Popular Tree. He was definitely the kid who was the nerd and then paid a popular chick to be his girlfriend. Yes, he took life lessons from a Patrick Dempsey movie. He will probably ride a lawnmower into the sunset when he has to leave. This is why he needs to go.