Commercials. I can't figure out whether "x = (George Clooney) + (Coen Brothers) - (Catherine Zeta-Jones)" yields a negative or positive value for x. I know the absolute value is very small.
Back in Bargaintown, Tijuana and Osten are comparing notes. They've got water and knives; she suggests that flint and steel might be the next target. (I guess matches are too obvious.) Osten wants fishing stuff. He interviews that their approach to supplies at the village was "chaotic," which is becoming pretty clear. Osten barters some of his stuff -- namely his belt and his shoes -- to get more supplies. Next, going for that Gallant Gentleman of the Year award, he gathers Darrah, Nicole, and Lillian together in a huddle and tells them that when dealing with the horny old men, they'll want to flash their breasts around as much as possible in order to get better deals. I understand about using your wiles and stuff, but as a guy, you just don't give that command. Particularly, you don't give it to women you don't know. Nicole feels similarly, saying that it squicked her out that Osten did this without even knowing their names yet. "I was just like, 'This guy's a jerk,'" she says.