Pumkin chooses to spend her five minutes in heaven with Megan. Chance was being such a dick to the girls during the outing that Pumkin is warming to Megan's dastardly plan. Megan seizes the opportunity to point out the obvious: Chance is an ass. The Stallionaires don't care about Pumkin. Pumkin will never win against The Stallionaires. Pumkin is wary about losing the next challenge and getting voted off, but Megan tells her that she is going to be the next Green Team captain. Megan then promises that if she is not team captain, she will throw the challenge. You scratch my back, I scratch yours. It's worked so well in the past on this show. Pumkin tentatively agrees. Or at least she agrees to Megan's face. Or one of her two faces.
Back at the Casa, Chance, Whiteboy, Hoopz, and Toastee recap the Outing. Chance is freaking out. He calls Megan a bitch and a whole bunch of other names. While I'm not opposed to tossing around the b-word, and Megan certainly has worked hard for such a title, the way Chance talks about her reeks of a widespread misogyny that extends far beyond a mere hatred of Megan. It's icky. Hoopz is sure that one of the girls is going home because she has control over Toastee and Pumkin. They will do whatever she says. Hoopz knows Pumkin is going to pick Megan. Um, okay, Hoopz. Whatever you say. Whiteboy tells us that whatever strategy Pumkin is working, if it involves sending Chance home, "It's time to go smash some Pumkins." They then beat up a football and pretend it's Pumkin's head while Toastee laughs. What I said about Chance being a misogynist? It's not just Chance. I am starting to feel queasy whenever The Stallionaires pop up on screen. They are really, really repulsive individuals. And I really wish I didn't have to watch them anymore.