It's time for the Rumor Mill game. Mike Richards explains that some of the classmates will be called up to sit in a chair and answer the questions about them. Jeff is first in the "hot seat." Right off he says, "I was young and I needed the money." He'll be saying something like that about this show in about twenty years: he was young and he needed the trip to Hawaii. Mike Richards asks Jeff if it's true he's never dated -- ever. Everyone laughs. He says it's not true. "Why would someone say that?" asks Mike Richards. "The chicks don't dig me," he says. Clearly it's a whole Jeff Don't Get No Respect From The Ladies routine, and he launches into it while everyone else cracks up. In an interview, he confesses that he lost his virginity to a foreign exchange student. Didn't something like that happen in Better Off Dead? Somehow I get the idea that there's a John Cusack movie for every Jeff coming-of-age moment.
Holly's next on the "hot seat" and has to answer whether it's true that she was a virgin when she graduated from high school. "Yes, it is -- very true," she says. Everyone claps. What, for her virginity? Do they think she's Jessica Simpson or something? Whatever. Next it's Dan B.'s turn. The question is: "Is it true that you've fallen head over heels for Natasha on this trip?" Everyone "oooohs." Barbato says that he wouldn't use the term "head over heels," but he's had a fantastic time with Natasha. Natasha giggles that she's had a fantastic time, too. The next rumor is that he kissed Summer on her Hall Pass date. "That is absolutely not true," says Dan B. "Why would somebody start a rumor like that?" says Mike Richards, with his best guidance-counselor indignant tone. "Somebody's trying to get something going on somebody's shoveling some dirt," says Dan B. The camera focuses on Nicole. Now Nicole's very authoritative take on the whole situation is that "Dan's more into Natasha than Natasha's into Dan." She is continuing her very important research in Dan-ology.
Last to take the "hot seat" is Ben. Mike Richards reads the question: "Are you really a millionaire?" Cut to Ben rubbing his chin thoughtfully. Cut to the other classmates watching Ben rubbing his chin thoughtfully. Cut to Maya sitting among the other classmates and watching on her own while the other classmates continue to collectively watch Ben rub his chin thoughtfully. Cut to the part of Ben rubbing his chin thoughtfully that we initially missed while watching the footage of Maya singled out watching among the rest of the classmates, who, as a whole, watch Ben rub his chin thoughtfully. The techno music builds up. Have we seen the same two-second moment from fifteen different angles yet? You know? That moment? When Ben was rubbing his chin thoughtfully? Have we? Yes? YES? "Yes, I really am a millionaire," says Ben. Everyone applauds. Ben gives a "right on" hand signal while rolling his eyes a little. Maya says it's attractive how humble Ben is about his millionaire status. Natasha says in an interview, "Wow, Ben's a millionaire -- I should pay more attention, try to grab hold of him or something." She's kidding. At least, we think she's kidding. It's hard to tell. Let's hope she's kidding, but using her acting skills to make it seem like she's serious.