Dave wants to revisit his discussion from last night with Patrice. He's claiming that what he said to her last night was directed at all the Supernovices. Over thirteen weeks, they need to show different sides of themselves, "otherwise it gets a little boring and tedious." Patrice says that she gets it. She also tells him that she's seen him with Jane's Addiction, the Chili Peppers, and Panic Channel, and that all she was saying last night is that he's "consistent." Right. Now that she's had a day to figure out how to turn sass into sucking up. They now even claim to be fans of one another, and Dave says once again that he and the guys are just trying to help.
Speaking of which, Dave now turns to Zayra and asks where she got last night's outfit. "I got it out of your wardrobe," Zayra cracks. Oh, whatever. You just know that Dave's is purple. Gilby lies that Zayra is "entertaining" (and I agree, in the sense that the Star Wars Kid was entertaining), but he wants to know when the pop stops and the rock starts with her. She says that music is anything you want it to be, and maybe it's a good thing that she's different. Applause. Gilby's down with that, and asks when Zayra's going to pick an actual rock song and show what she can do with that. Clearly, Gilby has not been having the same nightmares about week two that I have. Zayra says that she plans to do just that next week. Instead of remarking on the slim chances of Zayra being here next week, Gilby claps happily. Dammit, is he turning on me, too?
Jason wants to talk to Phil: "What should we do about you, man? Is that all there is?" Wow, that's direct. Phil takes the question at face value and says that they should let him hang out a while longer. And then he says that he gets "frustrated" that two-thirds of each week's list is basically wuss rock. This is Jason's chance to say that the band doesn't pick the songs for the competition, if they don't, and if he cares to point that out, but he doesn't. Instead, Jason says that they're more worried about Phil's stage presence. Dave remarks that last night, Dana and Dilana did totally stripped-back but still intense performances. Phil lets it go, even though he doesn't want to, and resolves to invest in some eye makeup. Dave exaggerates that all the Supernovices can sing, or they wouldn't be here. What they're looking for now is "presentation" and "intensity." At this point, I'd be satisfied if all the Supernovices could bring more "lack of migraine-causing."