We then see Dilana sitting out by the pool, as Lukas sits and watches her cry. Magni comes out to join them, and as she looks up, she spots the camera shooting her from across the pool. Angrily, she flips us a double bird (although it's spelled "blurred" on network TV), spits a bleeped curse, and storms off, deliberately smashing one of those fancy red goblets on the stone pool deck as she goes. Pieces of it fly everywhere as Magni flinches. "She hit my face," Magni tells Lukas, who then plays it up in an interview that Magni could have been blinded. Yeah, but what could have been a bigger edge in this competition than an eye patch? So rock & roll. Lukas also doesn't mention that Dilana was barefoot at the time. Lukas goes back inside and announces to the three still at the table that "Magni's head is cut open." This triggers the low-grade pandemonium Lukas was shooting for, and Ryan immediately dashes up to Magni's room, knocks on the door, and asks to see the wound. The Iceman himself is trying to downplay it, even though the bright trickle of blood on his big bald head is a bit startling. He says that he's going to wash it off, and Ryan says that he's going to wait in the hallway. Thanks, dad.
Out by the pool, Toby and Lukas are discussing the moment. "All this drama, man, this is crazy," Lukas mumbles around his cigarette.
Dilana's up in one of the bedrooms, ugly-sobbing an apology to Magni (who's still telling her it's no big) while wrapped up in Storm's arms. Not that we see Magni in the room. The camera guys are probably being careful to stay out of sight so as to avoid being maimed themselves.
Out on the pool deck, Toby finishes sweeping up the broken glass as he comments, "I don't get it. She's probably had one of the sweetest rides out of anyone." "Some people can't handle being on top," Ryan speculates, because he'll never know. And then we see Dilana, perched on the sill of her second-floor window, like some cameraman is trying to find the angle that makes it seem most likely that she's going to jump. Over this footage, she voice-overs about all of her hard work and the "amazing opportunity" that she can't screw up. She expresses her need to "get out of this hole" and wonders how to fix it.
The clip ends, and we're tight on Dilana, devastated from watching this. For once, we don't come back from the clip with cheers or moans, but dead, uncomfortable silence. Now that's rock & roll, right, Sinead? Brooke basically shoves Dave into the yawning chasm, and he does his best. He calls it a "heavy week," but he wants to get past this and move on. He starts by asking how Magni is. "It's a flesh wound, it's nothing," Magni scoffs. "I've cut myself worse shaving." Nice of him. He gets plenty of applause, and some very heartfelt gratitude from Dilana. Dave asks her, "How are you feeling going into tonight's performance?" Dilana takes a long moment, stares at her feet, and mumbles, "I feel like...I'm gonna rock the shit out of this place." Oh, the people love that. Dilana gives a big speech to the effect that nobody's perfect; she screwed up, but she loves her friends (by which she means the other Supernovices, and thanks, Dilana, for making me wonder if you have any in the outside world), and promises to never hurt them again. Through the ensuing applause, Lukas looks a little bummed that it ended without Dilana getting another reaming from somebody. Maybe he'll do it himself during the commercial.