The supersluts then join the girls for a little food and drink. While Lacey sucks up, Brandi pouts on the couch, and Sam heads up to her room, muttering something about staying true to herself. As it turns out, however, the supersluts are actually pretty cool. They even tell Jes she wouldn't look right with boobs, and say she's got the Gwen Stefani thing going on where she rocks the flat chest. For a while I thought that Gwen Stefani would be a good choice to play Jes in The Rock Of Love Story, but I think we need to go younger. Hilary Duff? You might argue that she's not cool enough, at which I will remind you that you need to put things in the perspective of the world of Lifetime.
Bret returns to the house to mix it up with the girls and the supersluts. He notices that Sam is missing, and the others have to acknowledge that the supersluts broke Sam. Bret's response? "Wassagoinon?!?" Okay, let's retitle the Lifetime movie to Wassagoinon: The Rock Of Love Story. Jes goes to find Sam, who is preparing to leave. Again. For the ninety-first time. Blah blah more of the samecakes. Jes doesn't want Sam to go. She's the only other good girl in the house, and if she leaves, Jes will have no one to talk to. Sam doesn't think it's worth feeling like shit about herself, and says that nobody deserves to be ridiculed like that. Except Lacey. Lacey deserves it. And, of course, Bret. Which reminds me -- have you seen the promo shot for Season 2? The wig is unreal. I think it might actually be feathered. Jes tells Sam that she'll support whatever Sam decides.
Meanwhile, Bret has a powwow with the supersluts. Oh, God, not another foursome. Bret -- who is sporting his supersexy black bandana and flat-ironed weave for his biggest fans -- asks about each of the girls. Brandi's answers were what everyone would want to hear, which I guess is still interpreted as fake, but the supersluts agree that she's the cutest. Jes is golden. Amy thinks that Heather is the greatest person there -- she totally DOES want to do her! -- but Allison doesn't think Heather will be able to sit home and be okay when Bret's on the road. Amy says that she loves Sam and would be her best friend, but doesn't think that Sam has what it takes mentally to date Bret. Like, in an emotional stability way, not a smarts way. Though I guess for Mr. Mediocrisy, that goes without saying. However, says Amy, she doesn't want Sam to go home. Bret, knowing that Sam is upset, asks the supersluts to go talk to her. They will, as soon as they get through telling him about Lacey. They all just go, "No." They think she's all wrong for Bret, but Bret says that he digs her.