But even that gets rescinded because in the very next scene, Kelsey has a short one-on-one with Emilie to tell her that she's not invited to sleep over that night after all, since it's their last night together. "We just really want to have a night to ourselves," Kelsey babbles. "You understand, right?" Emilie does, in fact, understand. She understands that Taylor had second thoughts about letting Emilie in, and then sent her Taylgunner Kelsey to shoot Emilie down. And she's pissed about it. "I can't trust you guys any more." Kelsey yells at Emilie that this is their last night together, and Emile tells her not to raise her voice. Which isn't really fair, because this is Kelsey we're talking about and her normal speaking voice is that of talk radio host who moonlights as an auctioneer. But Emilie storms off, and Kelsey trots along next to her, protesting, "I've been trying to talk to you really, really quietly and really calmly." Except Kelsey kind of has a really higher baseline than most people on both of those axes. If she weren't such an accomplished pianist I'd wonder if she's half deaf. Random shot of Migle, her spidey-sense tingling, and then Emilie is confronting Taylor and Leila in the Saloon for making Kelsey do their dirty work. They're a lot meaner than Kelsey was. The fight spills out onto the street, and there's yelling and grabbing and lots of random people showing up to try to put a stop to it. But it's Migle who wades in the furthest, grabbing Emilie by her shoulders and keeping her from ripping Taylor's bitchface right off her skull. DK interviews about how awesome Migle is, and then Migle mediates a solution where in Emilie can return to her Blue bunk for the night (with Migle, remember) and then hang with the Taylpipes tomorrow. Hugs all around! Emilie interviews that Migle is like a big sister to her. I wonder if the real reason for Emilie's hurt feelings is that she doesn't get to sleep with the chickens.
Day 40. That's the last one, in case you're keeping count. Jonathan summons the kids to the middle of the town, where they all stand in a tight, artfully arranged crescent as Jonathan pulls something out to show them: it's a Gold Star that looks to be about two and a half times the size of the others. That's just a rough estimate on my part, mind you. And then there's a second, and a third, and a lot of oohing and aahing from the kids. Jonathan summons Alex up to lift one, and as Alex holds it up so we can see it's the size of his head, Jonathan tells him he's holding $50,000 worth of gold. It's not just a Gold Star; it's a GOLD STAR. And any one of them can take one of the three home. Well, except Taylor, obviously.