The serfs take to the streets and have three hours to pick a cake and other party accoutrements. Guess who forgot her money. Hint: It rhymes with "Fate." Eternity Cologne is nice enough to buy her a cupcake with some of her $50. Danielle worries that Eternity may be too nice for her own good, while Megan takes the chance to pride herself on how bitchy she would have been if given the chance.
Next, the underlings head to the party shop. Ashlie raves over the decorations she found to go with her "Erin and the City" theme. Eternity gets up to the register, and, lo and behold!, she's short on cash. Dyshaun bitchily wonders why anyone would compromise herself to help another... especially Kate. For her part, Kate stands in front of the cashier making puppy dog eyes. I think that she, too, becomes increasingly adorable when cornered.
The minions return to the office and make their presentations. Megan goes first with a pink balloon animal under her chin that looks exactly like a penis. She is also wearing a pirate hat and an eye patch -- on her forehead. What an asshole. Anne introduces the other judge, Erin's little sister, also named Megan. Li'l Megan, bless her, has a terrible boy-style bowl cut for which no amount or size hair bow can compensate. Minion Megan, the a-hole pirate, introduces her costume ball theme and hands Erin the balloon penis, which is actually a butterfly wing costume. William makes an unmemorable "Secret Garden" presentation.
Next comes Eternity, who brings in a lame-ass cupcake and an incomplete presentation, thanks to her generosity toward Kate. Though, as a matter of fact, didn't she give Kate only, like, $3 for a cupcake? I suspect Eternity will be in the bottom two. She give the Eloise spiel to dead eyes and emotionless faces. She interviews presenting before a 10-year-old was surprisingly hard.
Danielle goes next, offering up a rock star theme. For all his bitching about how lame Kate is, Dyshaun has also chosen a fairy tale theme. Except his involves a psychic-slash-tarot card reader? Ashlie mentions some of her "Erin and the City" party features -- California sushi rolls, mini cheeseburgers, and mocktinis. Even Erin shudders at the idea of indoctrinating kids to alcohol so early. Whatever happened to roller skating and cookie cakes?