RV. Driving. Sarah sleeps. Rachel bitches that Sarah should be up and getting to know them. Rachel says that Sarah's isolating herself and shows no interest in group activities. Darrell says that he was freaking her at the party, but she wouldn't dance. Rachel -- the great all-knowing -- says that one needs to relate and tell people "your story." She goes on, "It's what you make of it." I wish this show would be what I made of it, because it would just be naked girls and maybe some yelling, and then it would be over. Oh, yeah, they have that. It's on Cinemax every night at 2 AM.
Eric, Shane, and Kendal are sitting up front. Kendal -- looking really pretty -- tells the boys that she doesn't know why, but she called her ex-boyfriend last night. Aw, drunk-calling after dancing with Eric. You know, Eric is very much an All-American boy, in that he really wants to have a threesome. Difference is, he wants it with to be with Kendal and Shane. Eric looks bummed as Kendal says that she doesn't know why she called him. "He gets in my head," she says. (I'll leave that one alone, people. Too easy.) She tells us -- as we see a video of her standing with the least memorable boy I've ever seen -- that she doesn't know how they broke up, but she fell too hard too fast and doesn't have the energy to get involved on that level right now with anyone. Eric drives on, pissed, as Kendal secretly laughs that she's fucking with him. Shane camera-talks as much to us. We see them at dinner; Eric is flirting stupidly with Kendal and she calls him a dork. He, "hurt," moves to another seat. Then Eric's big stupid face is telling us that Kendal has fucked more people that he has (consensually, he means), and that he doesn't know what "level [he needs] to play to." Hee. I'm still having the great Tool or Douchebag debate with Eric. I'm thinking Tool, but the jury is still out. Rachel, meanwhile, sticks her nose in other people's business (sorry) and tells us that Eric will get played by Kendal -- and that she has "too many scars" for him. (Just say, "Too many dicks," Rachel. It's okay. We're all adults.)