Nicole, making more of an effort these days, starts waving her hands around, saying, "I'm very energetic. Like, I just like to get involved, and like, just be the peppiness of the crowd." Two of the sisters roll their eyes. Hee. It's so funny how not only was her speech terrible, but she was also obviously lying. Last night I heard Edward Norton on Inside the Actors Studio saying that he thought the word "like" was ruining the English language. If you somehow removed "like" from the language, all MTV shows would be about twelve minutes long. Bunim/Murray? The company would collapse.
Nikki tells Brittany, who always looks fucking high and drunk as shit, to stick her ass out the window and sing the Greek alphabet backwards. Brittany laughs, and Nikki says she's "fully" serious but then says she's "fully" joking, as Brittany goes to the window and Talia cackles. Wow. This hazing is getting fucking crazy! Erin says she'd be a good sister because she's fun to be around. She says it in the single most unfun way I can imagine, with her dead face and scratchy little voice with that horrid accent.
Julia babbles about how she and Maggie both never really had good girlfriends who didn't stab them in the back. I'm just going out on a limb, but I imagine Julia has stolen a few boyfriends in her day. Just one or ten. Maggie shows some class by telling them that she wouldn't feel comfortable if she got a bid and Julia didn't. Wow. That's very nice of her. Too bad Julia would simply shrug her shoulders and say, "You can visit any time you like!" if the opposite happened. Mackenzie tells Janel she misses the kind of "girl relationship you can only get from girls." Yeah. Totally.
Brooke, obviously not understanding the whole concept of being in a sorority, asks if this is just "girls hanging out" or if there is stuff you actually have to do. The girls tell her she'll have a set schedule every day during rush. Foolishly, because she needs to be accepted and wanted by everyone, men and women alike, she doesn't back out now. Brooke then tells us it's weird to be waiting to hear if you're still going to be allowed to hang out with someone -- if that means you're cool. No, it just means you're the type of person who has a deep need to belong.