Roxanne tells us that she didn't really like the idea, but that Tammy got really repetitive and overbearing about it. Which my ecomagination has a tough time picturing. They go shopping for crap, and Tammy asks if they should have mirrors, and they don't say anything, just look at each other, and then Allie fixes her hair in the mirror while Roxanne tells her they'll put mirrors on the "maybe" list, and that if she's a "good girl"...I dunno. I kind of blame Tammy for not outright asking what the fucking problem was, if this is how they were acting the whole time. It's Mean Girl saying-by-not-saying, and Tammy's a down girl, down enough to ask them why they're being so unsupportive, and when your employees are all but shouting their disagreement like this, it's kind of your responsibility to ask what's going on. And she doesn't, until it's too late. But you don't need a graduate degree in Why Girls Are Weird to know that this is them saying "No" in the language of passive aggression. So she's weak for that. Bill shows up, and Allie shoots him several eye-rolls and practically gives a Loser L Salute, which grosses Bill out. "I didn't like that...you should be working as a team." Of course, Bill doesn't speak Girl Bullshit, so he doesn't get that she's just doing what the most prickish person on the team does to the Viceroy every week, which is express worry and disappointment while mid-task as a misguided attempt to curry favor. Tammy leads them somewhere and they laugh and dally and say "Piso Mojado" over and over, punch drunk. Tammy thinks that their bullshit and obstructionism makes them look less professional, she tells us, over footage of them running around Wal-Mart sharing a hula hoop and laughing like idiots. Not that she listened to the signals, or anything, just that she kind of thought they were being jerks, and that somehow it had nothing to do with her. While they're running around in a hula hoop. It's kind of bleak.
Come night, Team Gold Rush is eating ice cream and fries and gazing longingly at each other, making lists about what is most lovable and sexy about each other, them as a twosome, them as a team, their concept. They call each other "mates" and Lee tells us they're in their honeymoon period and that they are very much in love with each other. Maybe now that there's just two of them, they've become each other's alpha dog. That's sweet. If it were anybody else I would really enjoy it, I guess. It's Girl Power in the grapes, basically, but they're both so lost and childish that it's kind of hard to look at. Sean tells us they are very, very different, but also similar, and that he "actually" adores Lee. They adore each other for a billion years and take loving pictures of each other with their camera phones and giggle like chicks and then go look at hardware.