There's an edit to make us think that Ashley and Shelli slept in the same bed and had sex. This is the most un-sex-havingest house ever built. Dan proves this by beating some eggs. The only beating going on. Montage of eating, because we all care so much. Or because it's the only stuff going in their mouths. I think that's what the editors are slamming home here.
Pool table. Trevor's in a different shirt -- the one he took off when they stripped him under the blanket. Dan's "friend" is grilling Trevor on his two girls. She asks him what he's thinking. "How to hit the fourteen in," he admits. Dan laughs. "What are you thinking besides that?" she asks him. He says he wishes they could go back to the cabin, but this time he'd have a girlfriend. Dan says that Trevor's just scared because he got dumped. Trevor tells us, "That's tough coming from a friend, but I guess he's right." He says that he can get in front of twenty thousand people every night and perform, but he can't perform in front of one girl. How did Dan convince him of that? Trevor tells Dan, "I don't know. Maybe deep down I'm scared to take it." Hee. "To the next level." Oh. "Because of...I've had my heart broken...before." Dan doesn't say, "You mean what I just said to you verbatim?" but he could have. Dan's friend tries to say something smart, but it comes out, "I have no idea what love is." She says that broken hearts make us better people and teach us what kind of people we don't want to be with. Honey, broken hearts only tell you what kind of person is going to break your heart your entire life. Trevor says, "I always feel like I'm in a Meg Ryan movie." What? Dan's friend teases, "The whole You've Got Mail? The whole Sleepless in Seattle?" Trevor agrees, but I don't understand why. Trevor thinks that love will be like a Meg Ryan movie. Dan teases that Trevor and Ashley both hope that their lives will be like in a movie. You mean like where they don't realize that they've been in love with each other the entire time until the end of the film? Then, their lives are kind of like a Meg Ryan movie. Dan says that Trevor shouldn't live out someone else's dream. Does he mean that Trevor is trying to live out Nora Ephron's dream? I'm so confused. I weep for these kids.