Now they go on to "dyeing," and they are to do the same thing as before, we learn. Another cat. Working montage. Working montage. Abdellah watches them from above, drinking. Amrani yells, "Work!" Now on to "drying." They hang up the skins and blow them dry as Steve voice-overs a lame joke to the effect that they discovered that pigeon crap worked well. They now carry the skins into a hut for "stretching." They lean the skins over something and rub a tool on it. They do it. It's tiring. It takes a long time, and hurts the booby, someone says. Everyone looks beat and they marvel over someone having to do this all day every day. Yes, it's called "the rest of the world works," and many of us have no idea how hard their lives are. I guess by that I really shouldn't complain about recapping this show, should I? Ah, fuck it. I'm gonna anyway. Ellen voice-overs that this is so difficult and she's tired and her back aches and she wants to go home and we see her doing a back bend for some reason and Amrani licks his lips and now it's night and they carry their skins to the store area.
The kids show their skins one by one to Abdellah and he inspects them, stopping on Katie's two skins. That sounds dirty. He announces that everyone gets a full day's pay, except Katie, who gets half. ADDam speaks up for her, saying it's a little rough. Abdellah smiles, then repeats that she gets half pay. They all put their shoes on, and Katie hysterically blames her getting half pay on women being treated badly in Morocco. Hee. She then camera-talks about how unfair it is. Ellen then caps it off perfectly when she camera-talks that next time she buys a leather belt or a purse or shoes that she's going to have a greater appreciation for whoever made it. No, she won't.
Guess where they go? Yes. Western Union! to get their Western Union! pay. They get $1,320. Each? No, together, I guess. Oddly enough, the Toothless Man only made sixty cents for the same day's work. They have the Western Union! guy retardedly announce that Katie only gets half, and she says, "Thanks," all bummed and they count their money.