With that settled, there are still five covers to divvy up, and Dilana says that she wants "Every Breath You Take." "That's the one I want," Toby claims, all wide-eyed innocence. "Run around the pool naked," he tells Dilana. "I did it for you last week." Dilana just looks back at him, trying to show some bravado by smiling. It doesn't work. And of course, even if she doesn't want the song that badly, it's not like she can back down, because Dave and Supernova will thump her for that. She's trapped. Well played, Toby.
So then Dilana's outside dashing around the pool, sporting nothing but her tattoos and a digitized blur bikini. What's funny is that looking like this, she would still set off an airport metal detector. "Payback was definitely a bitch," Dilana later interviews. Patrice says to Toby, "That's the best smile you've had all day." Toby raises his beer -- a pint glass in a can cooler, which is at least eight kinds of classy -- and confesses, "I don't actually want that song." Ha! Man, if Dilana were as bad at singing as she is at strategizing, she'd be...well, she'd be Zayra.
Later, Storm sits on her bed with her acoustic guitar, trying to figure out how she's going to sing "Cryin'" and being pissed at herself for giving in again and taking everyone else's leavings. But then, fortunately, her product-placed cell phone with music downloading capability makes it all better. Thank you, product-placed cell phone! "It's hard to sing, but it's an awesome song and I will crush it," Storm promises.
Back in the auditorium, Dave wants to mention something before they start analyzing the footage, and that is that the panel has a fifth member tonight. Butch Walker is back? No, it's Gilby's dog, Chopper. "What up, dawg?" Dave asks the black bulldog, which is less embarrassing than the fact that Chopper gets a subtitle: "CHOPPER: Supernova - Mascot." Poor puppy. Although it was nice of Gilby to wait until Zayra was gone instead of subjecting Chopper's ears to her special brand of hypersonic racket. But on to the Supernovices. Dave asks Storm why she gave in yet again. Storm says that she's just too nice. "Usually I put other people first," she says, then admits that's not so great in a competition. She also says, "You love these people and you want them to rock out, too." Good answer -- that's the kind of person you want to be in a band with. "And," Storm adds, "I'm not scared to sing anything." Dave says that's quite apparent, but I think she's exaggerating. I dare her to attempt some Rammstein the first time she's in the bottom three.