It doesn't take long for the guys to realize that the signed t-shirt is missing. Paul says the guys shouldn't worry; he gave the shirt to Steve. Or, as he's known throughout the rest of America who are stupid enough to watch this crap, "Unreliable, Ignorant Steve." They go to ask Steve where the shirt is, and he says he doesn't know where it's at, but that it's somewhere in the house. Steve's too busy looking up internet porn to really give a shit where the t-shirt is. Alex is upset and says that the fact that the girls stole the t-shirt back means that they've won. Tim corrects him to say in his best George W. Bush impersonation that the war has just started.
Over at the frat house, a meeting is going on when George interupts to say he just received a text message from Alex to inform them that the pledge house has been trashed by the DZO girls. The look of seriousness on his face would suggest that the house has been burned to the ground, when in fact it's just covered in shaving-cream smiley faces. Brad is concerned with the media representation of the fraternity, since they're going back and forth with their little pranks with the chicks on television. Brad wants to know if they're all little girls there. And if so, would the little girls mind showing him their sweet, sweet, little-girl asses? He says that the pranks need to stop; they need to just clean up their house and "eat it," by which I guess he means his withered penis. In the next scene, the brothers are sneaking over to the sisters' house to trash it. Four of the boys go and egg the house, throwing flour all over their porch and dumping a garbage bag full of leaves in front of their door! I gasp in horror at each prank pulled. These are exactly the reasons that this country is at war right now! A total lack of respect for each other's properties and the utter disrespect of each other's Greek heritage! Not to mention the need to fill up valuable air time on MTV. One of these pompous dicks is trying to get the ugliest sister of the sorority to flash her boobies at them. Yeah pal, throw neatly raked piles of leaves on their porch and THEN ask them to show the goods. I've seen roadkill with more common sense than this guy. The brothers have instructed their pledges to sign the apology letter to the DZO sisters, return all of their stolen goods, and clean up their house. So the guys craft an apology letter and read over it. Alex is telling Earl that he knows Earl's pissed about what the girls did to the house, but that it all has to stop because as they both know, girls always want to play games and they always want to win. Earl says, "You know all about that, don't you?" and Alex retorts, "Yeah, don't I? Fuck you!" You've gotta love Alex. For no other reason than the fact that he hasn't brought up that braindrain Lindsey for thirty whole minutes.