Dan decides to have some fun with Renny, in the form of imitating everything she does or says. Hard to argue with her accusations that he's immature when he does that, but she doesn't help herself much by rising to it. After that, Dan goes into the bedroom with her, Memphis, and Keesha to get on her nerves some more, which he successfully does. This sends her storming out. Keesha follows, and the Renegades agree that whatever happens, Renny needs to go this week.
Looks like this week's PoV competition is one of those deals where all of the players are separated and will be called out to the backyard one at a time. Dan is first, and he DRs that while it would be good if he wins, Memphis winning would be even better because that's the only way to guarantee the safety of the Renegades.
The PoV is basically Lewis Carroll meets H.P. Lovecraft, as the yard is decorated like an outsized nursery. There's a video screen where pictures of "babies" will appear, although the images will be nightmarish digital mash-ups of two different houseguests in baby outfits, and then the player has to guess each one's "parents." There are six photos. Dan has some problems with the first couple of pictures, but seems to find the groove on the last few.
Fortunately for Dan, Jerry's even worse at this game. The first one gives him so much trouble that he probably would have done better without a picture at all, but he does better on the rest save the second to last. Memphis is next, and does a pretty good job of keeping his horrified expressions from slowing him down as he dashes between the boards and the button. When it's Renny's turn, she all but stands there cackling and scratching her head, even though in the DR she realizes she has to win to save herself. "All the babies are ugly except Jessie and I," she DRs. Okay, the hellspawn that combines their DNA is indeed the least horrifying of the six (six...six...) genetic trainwrecks displayed on the screen, but I wouldn't go that for. And then for some mysterious reason, she decides that the old, bald, wrinkled baby couldn't possiblyhave Jerry for a parent, and cycles through just about every other possible combination before finally settling on the right guess through nothing more than process of elimination. Keesha does okay at guessing, but in addition to wasting time being grossed out, she keeps walking between the boards and the button instead of running, so I don't see her winning it. Finally everyone is assembled and waiting for the results of the competition. But they'll have to wait until after the commercials.