James and Chelsia, meanwhile, are trying to figure out what this means for them and their budding relationship. It's especially difficult for James, who, as soon as he and Chelsia are finished talking, has to sit there and listen through the wall while Chelsia heads into the bedroom and flirts with first Ryan and then Matt, the latter of whom is particularly into the slap and tickle with her. "You're going to see Chelsia change," James whispers to Joshuah, who readily agrees. It's not like there's any percentage in Josh setting James's mind at ease on that score, after all. James looks like he's about to throw up as he narrates that he really likes her. Hey, James, why not try the Natalie route, and continue pushing yourself on her no matter how many rejection signals she sends you? That seems to be working for her, as far as she knows.
Natalie has a one-woman Bible study session in the living room, in which she says what so many people say in a moment of revelation: "Oh, snap." She finds the verse in the book of Joshua about how it's not what goes into a man's mouth that makes him unclean but what comes out. So Joshuah isn't a swallower? Yes, I just turned a Bible quote into a dirty joke. Now if you'll excuse me, I shall be going to Hell immediately. As Adam joins Natalie, she interprets this verse to be a reference to Joshuah's pattern of yelling at people. Deep.
Joshuah, in turn, sits in the hot tub, praying to God, apologizing for his past behavior, and asking God for His help. Anything else? "Please help me on my diet," he adds, causing the devout organ to cut off and be replaced by whimsical strings. At least until he promises to tithe ten percent, whereupon the organ rises once again. The organ music, I mean. You think I want to go to Hell twice in one weecap?