Meanwhile, Lacey tries to dominate her team as well. There might be more to this as she is really gunning for a "dominance/submission" theme. She is sad that a friend's band already used the album title Sex Reflex, so they can't. Jes thinks that Lacey is a spewer of crackhead ideas. For real. Eventually this team settles on a "good verses evil" theme, with Lacey being perfect for the devilish part. We go back to the other team, where Heather is supposed to look sexy but, as Mia says, is maybe veering on the edge of drag queen. Girl, please. A self-respecting drag queen would have those linebacker shoulders surgically removed. Brandi suggests that one of them dress as a man. She volunteers, and says that she can be changing Heather's tire. And then we'll all want to sleep with her! The world really IS just like Bret says. Wait, nix that. We MIGHT want to sleep with her if she didn't look like a really skanky version of Joseph from a fifth-grade trailer-park nativity play. There is no doubt, however, that she knows how to rock a sock down her pants.
Mia and Heather try to hammer out an album title. Heather interviews that Mia is boring, and plus she's too weak to stop Heather anyway, so Heather's just going to bowl right over her. Lacey, Sam and Jes also try to figure out a title. Lacey suggests Angels and Devils, which Sam says is too clichéd. She tells Lacey to pretend she's a thesaurus right now. Lacey now thinks she's going to have to dress as a horse with wings. She proposes "goddess" as a synonym to "angel," and the others just look at her. Jes interviews that Lacey is definitely the weakest member on the team. Finally Jes proposes the title When Love Dances With The Devil. Nonsensical, super-queer, and vaguely lame. Nice job representing Bret, you guys! Lacey interviews that their theme and title are awesome, and everything was her idea.