Camille is out on a date with Dan, the guy from the previouslies. Camille knows that Dan is a flirtatious "player" and she wants to see how he'll act on their date. She interviews that she's looking for a guy who will allow her to focus on school and academics, which is an admirable goal. But it's not much of a relationship. I mean, it's nice to hear someone mention school in passing (fascinating fact: the "Prep" in the phrase "NYC Prep" stands for "University-Prepatory School", meaning that all these kids are theoretically in high school expressly for the purpose of going to a university. Well, except Public School Taylor. My point is that there's not much studying going on.) but ... wait, where was I? Oh, right. Camille's goal of staying focused on school is at odds with her new goal of getting a boyfriend. It's also at odds with being on television, really. Everyone knows that Hermione loses screen time as the movies go on.
Okay, anyway! Dan asks Camille how her evening is going, which she thinks is weird, since all she's done is sit down and receive a glass of water and a menu. Dan bops his head back and forth several times in a way that he presumably thinks looks cool. Dan is going to George Washington next year, which Camille describes in an interview as a party school, as opposed to Harvard, which is Number One. Well, you're not in Harvard yet. Dan also applied to University of Miami and Penn State, and now Camille cannot stop herself from mocking him to his face, describing all his choices as huge party schools. Luckily, Dan agrees enthusiastically. Whoo party schools! When Dan says that he hasn't selected a major yet, that's about it for him in Camille's eyes. Dan asks again if she's having a good time. It's not going well, and I don't think Dan has any idea. Dan asks what Camille's hobbies are, and she claims she hasn't selected any. Dan's hobby is "hanging out". Camille is now barely tolerating him, but it doesn't appear that he recognizes sarcasm, so it works out fine. He thinks her smile is friendliness, not her openly laughing at him. In an interview, Camille mocks Dan's hair-flipping. She describes the date as "just kind of a hook-up for me" and they get in the same cab. Shocking! Or maybe not! Hey, if one of you on this show read this, could you put in your blog (on BravoTV.com -- plug!) what you think "hook-up" means?