Paschal and Neleh sit on the balcony, and Paschal marvels at the view; his voice cracks as he says, "This is our own boat!" Okay, he doesn't own the boat, so I don't know why he's acting like he does. He tells us that the ship is absolutely beautiful, and that he can now imagine how the wealthiest people on earth must live. Paschal's a judge, and even if he doesn't make that much money, there are still billions of people starving throughout the world. Technically, he is one of the wealthiest people on earth.
Inside, Neleh summons Paschal to look at himself in the mirror. She cackles, and Paschal looks dismayed as he exclaims, "Oh, no!" In a confessional, Neleh is horrified to have discovered that her hair is suddenly "dark brown." Because dark brown hair is gross. Well, that and the "greasy dreadlocks."
It's now time for The Shower of All Showers. The actual shower looks pretty dingy -- the camera closes up on some brown spots, and a crack in the wall. Neleh tells us that the "hot water pouring down [her] body" was a luxury. She steps out of the shower; moments later, Paschal steps out of the shower, as well. It's not the same shower. Well, it may be the same shower, but most likely they weren't in it at the same time. Neleh goes about putting her hair up in a fluffy white towel, and putting lotion all over. Her skin looks really sun-damaged here. Hee. (Is that wrong of me?) Neleh tells us that she felt like a whole new person after the shower, and not at all like she was still playing the game. The two friends stand on the balcony and hug, calling the experience "a dream come true." They agree that they're lucky to be there, and especially lucky to be there together. Aw. Except not.