Afterwards, Regis asks if they all get along. They say they do. "Five women that just met each other living in a house together? Is that your final answer?" Come on, you know he almost said that. Maile reiterates that they do all get along. Maile says there are moments when everyone says, "Okay, give us our space." Regis gets excited and says, "No kidding! When did that happen?" Ha! Thanks, Reeg, for telling these girls that their show is more boring than the first five questions in Millionaire. Maile says they're like sisters. Regis plays the dirty old man and asks how many bathrooms their house has. They say three. Then they say two. Counting was not a required skill. Regis points out that this is their first talk show. The girls give the required cooing and flirting responses. The audience applauds for as long as the sign is lit.
We watch a van drive down the street. The narrator tells us that the media tour is almost over. Thank God, because I can't take the passion and drama a minute longer. My nipples can finally soften. The girls' last stop is an interview and photo shoot for Twist Magazine. They are getting interviewed by a teen girl who won an essay contest to meet them. They hug the young girl who looks like she thought she was entering a contest to meet Dream and got stuck with Eden's Crush instead. I bet she actually entered a contest to meet Destiny's Child and this is third place. Shoshana Schwartz (oh, they made her graphic say "Eden's Crush Fan") says that she's nervous to meet the girls.
The girls sit in a semi-circle to the left of Shoshana. Some woman sits at the end of the row but we don't get to know who she is. This is hard because poor Shoshana is just a kid and is probably our youngest reality show subject and I don't want to hurt the girl in case she reads this but... must...keep...snarking. I'm going to teach you how to talk like Shoshana before I tell you her first question. We'll use her name to learn how she talks. Pretend you're Carol Channing. Now pretend you're Carol Channing with your mouth wired shut. Now, pretend you're five. And you just learned how to read. Ready? Shhhhooowww-SHHHHAAAAHH-Naaaaaaahhhh. Good. Okay, here's her first question. Do it in singsong or you're missing out on the fun. And kind of like you're a kid on Reading Rainbow. "How did you feel when the judges told you that you made the group?" Hee.