When we get back from the commercials, Tana is welcoming some guests with gift packs including little amenities they might have forgotten, and she also reminds them that breakfast will be on in the morning from...8:00 to 10:00. If that's the only time they're having coffee, it should start earlier. I'm just saying. If I roll out of bed and can't have coffee right then, I will put a hole through the wall with my fist. Figuratively speaking. Sort of. Tana says that the check-in was working really well.
And guess what? Elsewhere, as guests are walking by, Brian and Kristen are still fighting. Yes, they are still fighting. She's still on the lack of a budget, he insists that they never did it. Angie comes by and tells them that she's headed out to eat, and also points out that it's 11:00 at night, and there are guests who are watching this entire loud argument progress. Angie interviews that this turned into a fight, which stopped the attempt to go out and get food. Audrey also tells Brian to knock it the hell off while the customers are around. She tells them they're both acting like five-year-olds (word), to which Kristen takes offense, because she's at least six. Possibly six-and-a-half. A frustrated Angie says that she needs some money from the project manager to go and get food.
Instead, Kristen decides to come along, but once they're in the van, she can't stop whining about Brian and how much she hates him. "None of us want to hear her bitch," Audrey interviews sharply. "It's the worst, annoying, irritating, teeth-crunching...AAUUGH!" Hee. In the van, Audrey continues to try to get Kristen to shut the hell up and stop griping, especially while the doors to the van are open and there are people around. Kristen protests that no one can hear her. "Can we give it a rest?" Angie moans. "You know what?" Kristen says. "We have a shit team leader that gets in everyone's face." Angie begins flat-out begging Kristen to shut up for just a second, but apparently, this is not possible. And this is where it starts to get kind of funny. "You can't just sit here and be quiet for five minutes?" Angie asks, her voice developing a growl. "Angie," Kristen lectures, "it doesn't work when you talk to me this way." In my favorite moment of the season thus far, Angie leans over the seat into Kristen's face. "Honey, SHUT THE FUCK UP. How about if I talk to you THAT way?" she demands, pointing her finger at Kristen. I loved that. She probably scared all the guests, too, but they're probably all collecting from each other on the bets they have that somebody would scream at the obnoxious dark-haired girl before midnight. Kristen's all, "You know what?", but Angie is done. "Give us some money and get the fuck out of the car," she says. Kristen gets out, but gives no money. When she's gone, Angie sighs. "At least it's quiet," she says. "That's what we wanted," Audrey adds. Heh.