In a cab, ADDam and Danielle do a bit where he asks her favorite movie and then whispers what it should be ("say Top Gun") and she says it and they marvel at how weird it is and how they should run and get married right away. Those moves: had them in eleventh grade. Thought they went out of style. Who knew? Meanwhile, Sophia and Kelly stand on the street and flirt. "It's been a good night" goes another terrible B/M song choice as the kids hug their dates at their respective doors. Blair's date says goodnight, without his even getting any pie. Adam furiously knocks on Danielle's door as she laughs. Yeah, he didn't take his meds today. Erik and Ellen walk to a taxi stand. Ellen almost gets run over. Like, seriously, within inches of not dying. Erik jokes that he did actually want to kill her at points on the date, but didn't. I'm sure he's only half-joking since it's becoming more and more apparent he ain't getting none, after all that. After listening to all that crap come out of her mouth. Poor actor-slash- model-slash-temp. Katie tells Michael, "You're home," in as unfriendly a manner as possible. Sophia and Kelly hug -- genuinely hug. The boys all stand on the street comparing photos from their dates on their digital cameras. Blair is saying his girl was very cool, but we didn't get to see that. Sophia comes up and they tease her when she says how awesome her date was; she doesn't say that she didn't get some, so maybe she did and they just didn't show it, which would really be just about the cruelest thing B/M has ever fucking done to me. Sophia says "dog" eighteen times in the scene. That's how you know she had a really good time. Just count the "dog"s.
Steve floats, "I pride myself on being sexy, but the really [sic] player out of everyone, by far, is Sophia." Hee. Meanwhile, Ellen and Erik walk up her stairs and hug and Erik now hates her. Someone behind the camera (Katie?) asks Ellen how they got along and Ellen tries to talk but trips and just spazzes out drunk, not making sense and laughing and taking off her shoes. Katie and Ellen walk down the street and Ellen drunks around and swears and walks in her stockings. She sees the others and starts running. Blair says, "Someone is sloppy." Ellen approaches the others and laughs and no one is amused. In a lame and half-hearted effort to create some type of drama, B/M pays Blair forty lire and a Twinkee to float, "If we don't get paid because Ellen is drunk, I'm going to be pissed off." Commercials.