Darrell is twenty-two. He's The Black Dude. He's from Oakland (whoo-whoo) and at first understandably thinks he has to play The Black Dude role for B/M, telling us that you ain't seen no black dudes out here chasing mountain lions and shit. I trust he'll relax soon. He's an amateur boxer who hopes to go to the Olympics. He meets Rachel.
As the two dogs try to rip each other's throats out, Kendal asks Eric if he's gay. No. (It's not like blowing a couple guys drunk in your frat one night makes you gay or anything.) Neither is she. He says that it's "a good thing." She agrees. Eric voice-overs shit about Kendal and her coat being straight out of Hollywood and he's psyched and she's blonde. Kendal camera-talks that she never plans to fuck anyone, but she usually just ends up doing it anyway. A school bus comes. Ah, I see. The theme with the schools and the...I hate you B/M.
Shane is twenty and gay, from North Carolina. He tells that he just came out to his mom and he knew his whole life was going to change. In a casting tape, he says he likes girls, but guys much more.
Sarah is nineteen from Oklahoma. She's afraid no one will like her. No one will like her. She and Shane find each other. They make small talk.
The bus picks up Rachel and Darrell. Rachel tells us that it looks like they put her in a "freaking fraternity." Kendal, because she needs to categorize the world immediately into people she will and won't fuck, asks if they're straight or gay. Darrell is straight. Rachel lies that she's straight too. (I would make a joke about her nose growing even longer at this point, but I'll resist.) The bus picks up Sarah and Shane. Shane camera-talks that he doesn't want to enter into this as "The Gay One" before they get to know him. Of course, immediately, they ask him if he's gay. Shane says he is. Kendal says that makes sense. They all laugh uncomfortably as they say something about the gay ones always being cute. Shane wants to run. He says things aren't clear cut. Rachel finally takes the out to...well, come out. She says she's bi. Someone responds, "Sweet." She and Shane shake gay hands. Eric tells us the trip has officially begun.
Intro. Stunts. Stunts. The graphic theme is some weird blueprinty thing happening, interspersed with the kids and their vitals on the blueprint. Falling. Falling. Naked. Falling. Surfing a car. There is a song that goes something like, "Leave out your rules. These are the Road Rules!" Someone should seriously be shot for that. And title. Logo. Fuck off.