So our host Dave and his wife are splitsville. I blame his aggressive flirting with Brooke.
Brooke comes out dressed like a chandelier and introduces the remaining lucky thirteen Supernovices, as well as the band they're "sucking up to" (her words, not mine -- this time), including "the man who brings some serious ho to his hum, Tommy Lee." It still doesn't make any sense, no matter how much the audience screams. She also introduces Dave, who tells her that she looks spectacular. Brooke responds a little more nervously than usual, now that Dave's single again. Once that's out of the way, Brooke wastes no time telling us that the song selection process this week "got ugly."
Flashback to the Rock Star mansion, where the Supernovices are crowded around the bulletin board with this weekâs thirteen songs hung up. Toby's in the back trying to play scoutmaster, saying that he's going to write them all down so they can be organized about this. But Josh isn't having that and immediately lays claim to this week's Nirvana song, "Come as You Are." That makes Nirvana the only band to be featured every week so far, by the way. While he's pulling it down, Dana calls "Helter Skelter," which Josh also takes down and hands off to Dana. Dana's not the only one who wants it, though, as we see when Patrice grabs it out of her hand. Voices rise, and not in song. Toby tries to regain control, telling them all to put the songs back up. Ryan warns Josh that he's setting a horrible precedent, but Josh doesn't care. He's "sick of being a nice guy," and he's out of there with the song that he'd better fucking nail after being such a jerk about it. "Helter Skelter" somehow got back on the board, so that Patrice and Dana can continue arguing about it. Meanwhile, Lukas is trying to decide what he wants from what's left. Toby hums him the opening of the Stones "Let's Spend The Night Together," but Lukas is so not down with going out in front of people and singing "Badadada bop bop badaaada," because he's so much cooler than Mick Jagger. And then for some reason, Patrice and Jill are getting into it over "All Right Now," each defending her own maturity while racing the other to the sandbox. I'm really not sure what's going on there. Perhaps I shouldn't have skipped the webisode this week.
A bit later, Patrice is outside telling Josh, "I might have 'Helter Skelter.'" Josh asks if that's what she's holding, and when she says it is, he tells her, "Then you have 'Helter Skelter.'" Someone needs to tell Josh that heâs got no future in reality TV unless he learns how to get mad at people for doing things he just did. Inside, Jill is complaining to Storm and Zayra about Patrice's attitude, and they almost care. "Are there gonna be punches for frigging songs next week?" Zayra wonders, hoping to get into a promo.