MTV Plays Lou Pearlman
Swoop tells the boys that they are through with dance class for the day. I notice, in the background, a guitar half out of its case and a large rolling suitcase. Jesus, I'm glad we didn't end up with FakeJake singing "Meant For You" or some shit. In the background, we can see that it's four in the afternoon. Oh, man. Did it take them eight hours to learn how to mimic five boys standing still and bopping their heads to music? How dumb could these kids be? Swoop says, "So look. You guys are through for the day. Tomorrow we'll be meeting up and catching on to each other. Things are looking great today and I'll see you tomorrow." When you guys talk, do you string words together that form a complete opinion and go in an order that people can understand even if they aren't you? Why doesn't anybody on any reality show ever do that?
So they sent these kids to some salon in a strip mall to get their hair done. The hairdresser's name is Vered. Her friends in the back are amazed that something so stupid is happening at their salon.
FakeAshley's getting his hair bleached. It sounds like Vered's putting some product in there so that it looks longer.
Unfortunately, FakeJake isn't getting fitted with dreadlocks. I think that's cheating. He's wearing a bandana and only getting a tiny bit on the bottom dreaded.
FakeDan's only getting a trim.
FakeTrevor has to get his highlights dyed, since Trevor doesn't have any in the video. It's so sad that they have to take highlights out of a fourteen-year-old's hair.
FakeErik's getting his head shaved. He almost cries.
FakeJake explains that with every step, they get closer to becoming O-Town. First they had to learn how to dance. Now they've changed their hair. They shouldn't let FakeJake talk any more than they let the real Jake.
Vered backs away from the five boys as quickly as she can and tells them that they look great. She tells them that they're staying at the Argyle Hotel. Ugh, these boys were just outside my apartment. If only I'd known. I would have been more careful. And wait, does that mean O-Town stays at the Argyle when they're in town? I have to move.