Back in the auditorium, Dave exaggerates that that was "interesting viewing" and gives Storm a chance to back down from her bold statement in her interview. She doesn't, of course. Dave asks her what makes her so sure that Gilby knows Storm can share the stage with him. For once, Storm doesn't have an answer. "Good question," she stalls. She finally punts, saying that Gilby knows her history and background. Plus, she adds, "I wouldn't hump you; I'd probably break your back." Unlike Gilby, Jill looks unamused. Gilby says that it's a question of chemistry, and that Dilana showed some guts. Storm doesn't disagree, even though you can tell she'd like to say more. Not that that's ever not true of Storm, as far as I've seen.
Dave turns it over to Tommy, who calls everyone "my little pretties" and comments that Ryan is coming out of his shell. "It's still all me," Ryan asserts. Tommy says that Ryan still seems kind of uncomfortable, which Ryan shrewdly turns around: "Hey, I made Tommy Lee uncomfortable!" And that's the end of that. Ryan's not dressed or made-up the way he was last night, so he's clearly at peace with the possibility that he won't get the encore again this week. That's good.