Now, on a couch, John says the girls frighten him. Suddenly Natalie is making out with John, and he tells us such. John says the girls are bonding together and that’s “healthy.” Thank you, Dr. John. Danielle then tells us she’d cut Jeannie because she brings down the group. Natalie would cut Jeannie as well. Oh yeah, major connection between those two. Kim would also cut Jeannie, and we see Jeannie falling asleep at the foot of the couch, her tongue hanging actually out of her mouth. Man, that’s funny. Then Jeannie, seeming insanely drunk, her speech about as clear as Kirk Douglas, tells us that she thinks when the Locksmith comes she’ll be let go first.
Bedroom. The kids get in bed after brushing their teeth, as John tells us that he felt a good “connection” after the hot tub, and now I hate him for also contributing to that word now having no meaning whatsoever left after this stupid series. John is having a good time, and the kids turn off the lights and the infrared fast-motion cam doesn’t show any surreptitious blowjobs, so I fast forward.
Morning. Cello. Locksmith. He walks upstairs. The kids stir in bed. The Locksmith enters the room in slo-mo, holding the alarm clock. Hee. This show, man. Now they’re just totally fucking around. The kids do some acting. John’s no better than previous people were. Locksmith. House. Guitar! Commercials. Fucking show.
MM voice-overs that someone is getting cut and will get money, and we get a montage of the four girls and the first day like it’s something worth seeing again. Now the kids stand, and John says the person he’s booting is “creative” but has been manipulative and aggressive. He’s booting Danielle. She’s unchained. Then he gives her five hundred dollars. He tells her that she can take the money and join a dating service. Ooh, diss. Danielle shuts her eyes in anger as John continues that she can also buy some booze and get drunk. What? Danielle gives a tight smile and walks away.
As Danielle gets into the short bus, John says Danielle would take control if she stayed, and Danielle tells us that the other girls should watch out for John because his words are “vicious.” John tries a neck-wiggle, which doesn’t work for him at all, while he says that he was glad to get rid of her because she was “ruining everything.” Danielle then weeps, now looking Patricia Arquette-ish, and she talks, making no grammatical sense, saying that she didn’t talk over the other girls and she has no idea why other women call her a bitch. Um, maybe because you’re a bitch? “I’m extremely nice,” pouts Danielle. She’s gone. Smell you later.