Lou says it's humbling to think about all the things you have that you don't need. He then says that civilization can be judged on how it values its art, and that his charity, the Art Has Heart Foundation raises money for scholarships for underprivileged kids, many of them minorities. Janice says she's putting up with this experience, "All. For. AIDS." Or, you know, to help people with AIDS, since her charity is the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. She says she's always willing to roll up her sleeves and do whatever she can for people with AIDS. Unless that requires, like, washing dishes or emptying the latrine, of course. Sanjaya says he reminds himself every day he's doing this for the kids. His charity is Shriners Hospital. And he is covered in bug bites, as you can see while he's talking about this, which is sort of cool.
Patti says that, as a parent, there's nothing worse to think of than having a sick child. That's why her charity is Children's Cancer Center (it was her second choice, of course, but still... it means so much to her). Stephen's charity is Love 146, which goes into Southeast Asia and rescues girls from sexual slavery. He gives this impassioned, "What would you do, how far would you go, how hard would you try, if you had to rescue one of your own children?" And I'm sort of sold, Stephen. Good choice. I like when the "celebrities" choose smallish charities that people might not know about otherwise. Sort of like Joan choosing Gods Love We Deliver on The Celebrity Apprentice. In the camp, Stephen actually brings Torrie to tears talking about his charity. Lou talks about how this is why they're suffering like this. They all agree. Myleene and Damien ask us to donate to the charity fund at NBC's number. Or you can just donate to the charity you'd like. Commercials, followed by less charity and more drama.