So who's left is stupid Sonyae, Melissa in her purple rabbit caveman jacket, and Johnny who is like just so above all this. Scotty chooses Melissa finally and Nick shits his own pants for no real reason.
Brian sucks on his cheeks and, given the option of choosing somebody else or sticking to his team, looks at Sonyae -- whom he'd like to choose, quote, for the "visual aspect of things" -- and complains about how she doesn't play an instrument as though that's the worst thing about her. He sticks with his team, which Nick correctly assumes means he's going to somehow end up on a team with Sonyae, which causes him to whine and spit but underneath that, to rejoice, because he is ungodly amounts of terrible.
Sonyae: "Having heard dance music before, and owning breasts, makes me powerful."
Scotty: "Fine. Nick, could you ditch the awful face for like one second and act like a human being?"
Nick: "Part of me wishes I could, but no."
Sonyae: "I'm such an asshole that playing the victim role is actually a rare treat for me. Please, keep doing tiny pointless bitchy things that I can parlay into abuse in my own mind."
Also, Brian gets to keep the track but the other two teams have to start with new tracks. Once again, Nick bitches and rolls his eyes and is disgusting. But this is all that matters, really, because the lyrics are like by definition going to be stupid. Another dumb, weird thing about this business.
E.G. "CONCRETE JUNGLE WHERE DREAMS ARE MADE OF."
The new track for Team Scotty-Sonyae-Nick-Melissa -- sounds pretty all right -- and Nick says that he's hitting pause on being an asshole long enough to write this song. For him, that's an apology, for them, it is just more noise from horrible Nick.
Nick: Uses a defamatory word for women in reference to Sonyae without even putting any english on it at all. Just straight-up calls her a bitch and keeps truckin'. He is the worst, in absolutely all the ways that there are.
Team Brian-Jackie-Jes are writing a song about sex addicts, I guess. The words are really gross and Brian's pretty gross and put those things together and you got serious grossness. Once again, though, Tohn brings it home.
Jackie: "Brian, I don't know if you comprehend how fucking ridiculous you are, or this song is, but I think we should really push that aspect of it. Sometimes when I feel so awkward about myself that I want to jump in the river, I'll take that energy and turn it into irony. I don't know if you've noticed, but I'm a little bit of a hipster."