Danielle initiates a night-vision conversation with Marcellas about the possibility of trying to create a group of five to work on ousting the couples if Amy leaves. This would mean bringing Josh and Gerry and Jason into the fold, as Danielle explains it. Marcellas is willing, and he says they need to "reconfirm Jason." Just then, as coincidence would have it, Jason walks in. Danielle puts on a marvelous show of telling Jason that she and Marcellas have been thinking about asking Jason to work with them. Isn't that swell? (Hee.) She "tells" Jason that they need to keep Gerry and Josh around as basically dead weight to throw at "the couples," as the Goobers are known now that Josh has been marginalized. Jason agrees, surprise of surprises. Ooh, Jason is definitely smooth.
Eric pumps iron in the yard. Chiara and Danielle sit in the hammock, and Chiara opines that the winner of the game in the end will be the strongest woman. She's advocating to Danielle a sort of "girl power" alliance, which of course doesn't fit into Danielle's scheme at all. Kikikins says that for strategic purposes, "the girls" are her priority, but in her underwear...er, "in her life," it's all about Roddykins. Chiara says that she and Roddy have "an understanding." Yeah, I've heard about these kinds of understandings, my dear, and I think you almost had one, right up until you started naming the children of your fantasy marriage. Lisa tells us she agrees that the girls are the alliance to watch, and that the guys won't even suspect it. Cut to the guys, suspecting it. Eric diary-rooms that girls can't work as a team because they're too emotional, or something, and they overreact, and...you know, they have all kinds of parts on the inside that he really doesn't understand, but he thinks one of them might be called something like the "accordion." Josh bitches to Roddy about the girls some more, and how you can't trust them. Inside his head, he starts humming "Can't Fight This Feeling," which was playing at the ninth-grade party where the girl he brought wound up in the closet with his best friend. He diary-rooms that the girls have now gotten themselves into a mess by making him angry and betraying the Goobers. Which Josh hasn't noticed do not exist anymore in their past form. "If they would have just done what they were told, they wouldn't be in this predicament," he spits. He also calls them "idiots" and "morons," and then he has to get out a thesaurus and look up his own name in order to locate additional synonyms.