Lava is all around for Dave and Holly. They're making a lava connection, those two. Hot love lava! Well, actually, it's not hot at all; they're having to hike over hundreds of yards of nothing but lava rock and they keep getting lost and Dave admits in an interview that the hike "was a little disappointing." Though for once it's kind of nice to have the people on this show do something where they're not ooh-ing and aah-ing and blathering about how wonderful it is. They stop for a picnic and Dave complains that the rock "is close to the most uncomfortable ground that I've ever sat on." Holly asks him what was the most uncomfortable. "I don't know, but I think I'd rather be on street pavement!" says Dave. This seems to completely crack Holly's shit up.
JS: Oh, bless her heart, she thinks that's funny.
KK: What does she do again? She's a lawyer?
Wendola: She's a corporate attorney, I think.
JS: Well there you go, then.
"He's funny," says Holly, "which is really important. And most importantly I think he's really -- "
Everyone: [in unison with Holly] SWEET.
Back, once again at the house, They Who Would Have Been Voted Out Of The House Had The Premise Of The Show Allowed It sit around and chant one of our school cheers. Sarah: "O-P!" Chris: "R-F!" Sarah: "O-P!" Chris: "Ooooooaaaaak Park!" Really, that was how it went. Shut up, I never went to the games. In an interview, Chris talks about the "anti-Twenty-Four-Hour Hall Pass sentiment," and how they decided to try and do something fun instead of being upset. What, so do they finally manage to drug the production crew guy who guards the front gate? Because suddenly they can just waltz out and commandeer a couple of those mini-vans. The classmates get to go to the top of Haleakala National Park. They're given these bright yellow jumpsuits, and for a minute it looks like maybe they were so bored they agreed to work as a hazmat crew, but it turns out they get to bicycle down through the park. We were all wondering what was up with the yellow suits, and JS's husband guessed -- correctly, I think -- that it's so they can find your body in case your bicycle careens off a cliff or something. Anyway: they bike down. "We had a great time," says Maurice. More footage of them biking. "We were literally flying through clouds," says Sarah. Still more biking. "The group that went biking maybe had more fun than the couples that went on the overnight trip," says Sarah, sort of hopefully.