Other girls come over and start pawing at Bret, and Brandi C. continues to be mad that she and her man haven't gotten any alone time. She squeaks that he promised her he'd teach her how to play pool. Mia doesn't want to let Bret go. And then everyone's kind of pulling at him and womanhandling him. I can imagine an It's A Wonderful Life scenario where an angel shows Bret what life would be like had he never been born, and Brandi C. is a nuclear physicist while Tiffany won the Nobel Prize in literature. Actually, I feel like Doris Lessing is secretly Tiffany in fifty years. In any case, Bret has to call upon all his inner strength to get through all this.
Bret finally goes to spend some time with Brandi C. and Kristia, and who should come over and straddle Bret's lap (in her skirt, because she's a slut, according to Brandi C.)? Yes, it's Tiffany! I feel like every time Tiffany enters she should yell, "Tiffannnayyyyyy!" like Timmy on South Park. Wearing a helmet might not be such a bad idea, either. Tiffany starts grinding on Bret a little. Bret says that Tiffany was kind of turning him on, yet he also had a feeling that she might try to kill him. In short order, she tries to at least kill his balls by bouncing up and down. Bret interviews that he couldn't get Tiffany off him, and it actually became kind of brutal. Bret has to get up and kind of push Tiffany off, and her dress gets all hiked up and the others point and laugh. Bret goes to find Big John, but gets waylaid by Mia and Lacey. Brandi C. gets more and more pissed, and is worried that Bret isn't getting to know her. She squeaks that he doesn't love her. But he's seen her gigantic knockers. I think she'll be fine for a little while.
Meanwhile, the adventures of Tiffany continue. She approaches a group of girls sitting outside, and they're pretty mean to her. And I mean, she was slurring around calling people cuntwads and all. I just think they've all had enough. Tiffany asks Jes, "You're acting like you don't know me?" Dallas helpfully points out that she doesn't actually know her. Tiffany calls Jes "Jen," which doesn't help matters. Tiffany's reply when Jes calls her on it? "Fo sho. Fo sho," with a "Later haterade" chaser.
Elsewhere, Bret is getting to know Lacey and Mia. He says that he needs a girl who understands that every night is a party, and who won't freak out when she hears other girls squealing on the bus. Huh. Lacey says that she's been a touring musician, and knows what goes on. The way she looks at it, there's fun to be had on the road, and she has no reason to be upset if another chick is on her man's lap or flirting with him. Bret likes that Lacey understands him and his lifestyle. What he doesn't like, however, are the girls who separated themselves from the party. We see a couple sitting alone and/or silently nibbling at random food, and know they're goners.