Montage of all the new HGs rushing to pack. Keith packs his bible, and a diagram of his "strategy" that looks like he drew it in occupational therapy. Lawon talks about the stuff he needs to be "handsomified." He omits a major mutation. Kalia says everyone loves sex, and Dominic says he's a virgin, so they'll get along well. Lawon says he can be either gay or straight, depending on what people want. I think he's half right, but I didn't hear him offering to be what I want, which is gone. Montage of goodbyes, some of which are more tearful than others, and they all get into cars to be driven off, except for Dominic and his motorcycle. So he won't be living with his mom for a little while, at least.
The first four to go in are Porsche, Dominic, Lawon, and Shelly. They have one minute to pick their beds, so of course they spend the first ten seconds cheering and high-fiving, before Dominic and Lawon claim what I'm calling the "library" because it has wallpaper that looks like bookshelves. Because that's where you want to spend three months in a house where no books are allowed. [Oh, like these people can read. -- Angel] Porsche and Shelly grab the brightly colored room, and Shelly Diary Rooms that Porsche sounds like a stripper name. Like there aren't at least half a dozen stripper names on this show every season, if you count some of the dudes.
Cassi, Keith, Kalia, and Adam enter next, howling and screaming. Keith is the grossest minister ever in the DR, leering about all the eye candy. Dude, get a grip. Kids are watching. Kids you minister to. Ew.
Kalia talks about how grossed out she is by shared showers, so thanks for showing up, but Dominic is with her. Not literally in the shower. Porsche boasts about her personality in the DR, "but the doctors did help a little." I didn't think doctors could help with that. When things settle down a bit, they finally notice 12 place settings at the table and ten beds, which clues in even these idiots that there must be more people coming. I'd be fine with an eight-person season myself; it would only be half as long. Moving to the living room, there are eight glasses for the champagne toast. Adam boasts in the DR about how he's going to "dominate" the game. I always enjoy when that's the first thing you hear from someone. It's generally a good sign of who's going home first.