The kids park and get out to sightsee. They walk down busy streets with tons of pedestrians. Little kids follow them, asking for autographs. Someone, they guess, thinks they're *NSYNC. Well, obviously no one took them for the Backstreet Boys, because none of them are drunk. Ellen, who is wearing short shorts, floats that as she walked with the girls, she felt a rock whiz by her head. We see this happening, and then see kids on a building throwing rocks. Ellen brats, "Do you see this?!" She then floats that she got scared when one actually hit her. Jisela tries to get the guys to go back to the RV with the girls, but they want to go look at some building. They're trying to make it seem much more dangerous than it clearly is, but I guess that's their job.
Terrible sound edits take us back to the RV, where we get a long discussion/fight about the incident. Ellen says that she felt really unsafe and would expect her friends to respect that. Blair says he didn't think she felt unsafe, but was just angry. She says she used anger to cover it or some shit. Jisela agrees that Ellen was scared, and Steve says he just heard Jisela asking where they wanted to go, not expressing that this was a bad situation and the argument goes on and blah blah blah minutiaecakes. Blair then uses circular logic to prove that he didn't hear, claiming that if he'd heard, he would have done something. It. Continues. Jisela says that everyone was looking at Ellen's legs and Steve tries to explain to the morons that men are dominant in this society and that they should expect that to happen if Ellen dresses like she does. Adam then floats that Ellen should know this and then goes on that Ellen doesn't feel like she's part of the group.
It's night and they're sleeping somewhere, I guess, and Ellen is outside smoking and stupid B/M makes a weird logic leap where Ellen now says that she knew she'd feel apart from the group (after telling us she "knows" they'll all get along). She says it's hard for her to relate to them and respect their opinions. I have no idea what she's talking about. But then again, good money says that she doesn't either.
Back in the Tioga, Sophia says that people stared because of Ellen's shorts. Ellen thought it was "more boobs than legs." Steve, tired of everyone, offers that Ellen was "naked in that culture." Adam tries to tell her to learn something from the experience. Sophia then tells Ellen that though she doesn't condone the rock-throwing (I do!), they might have felt Ellen was being culturally disrespectful by showing her legs. Blair then steps up and says that since Ellen blows everything out of proportion, naturally he was under the impression that maybe she's been doing the same thing here. Ellen then says there is a reason, but they don't know...and Blair interrupts, "Don't preach to me. I won't listen." Hee. Go Blair. Ellen continues, saying that there are things she can't share that they don't know, and then Adam says that she can't just say that and not explain, so then Ellen says the longest sentence in the word about having a reason why she hates being ogled by guys. It ends: "I was raped." Immediately, The Music of Feel Bad For Ellen, Everyone begins as we get out-of-context shots of the kids looking stern and upset. I feel bad for Ellen, but this really feels like a bullshit trump card she's pulling out to try to make drama she started just because she likes to start drama, end the way she needs it to. Commercials. Lovely.