Somewhere, three hours away, Tasha affirms that her new parents just wanted a babysitter, and she and Lux reminisce about another set of horrible foster parents she once had. Tasha moves the conversation along to Jones. Lux admits that Bug never would have done anything as thoughtful as this. Tasha says Bug would have driven her here... in a stolen car. She tells Lux that Bug called and left his number for Lux. But Lux hesitates at taking it. Tasha urges her to take it just in case she changes her mind.
We return to the Nearly Dead Game, and I was sadly mistaken about Math. He hasn't gotten a single question right. Ryan's gotten two right. Baze has somehow managed three. Next question: What is Cate's favorite song? Math takes a stab in the dark, guessing it is Vanessa Williams' timeless "Save the Best for Last," which Cate sang in a high school talent show sophomore year. Baze claims it's "Bitchin' Camaro," which is apparently an actual song by the Dead Milkmen (I prefer "Punk Rock Girl"). It's also a self-made opportunity for Baze to announce that his father bought him a bitchin' Camaro, then snarl under his breath that Ryan is some "freak fake step-father figure" who had no right to offer to buy Lux a car. Cate sees the tension rising and tells her producer to move things along. Ryan guesses "The Luckiest" by Ben Folds. And we have a winner! Or so says Cate, who has clearly scratched off her original answer and written in Ryan's so that she can be done with this shit show. She starts walking off the stage, making her best attempt to look dignified in marabou. It's a losing game, girl.