All of the women had to take the Mole costumes, and Victoria and Kristen are wearing knee-high boots, so they looks like... well, hookers. Clay immediately announces that he's not doing it, because he needs to keep his dignity. Whuh? He's on a reality show. His dignity left a long time ago. Also, remember when Bill (who was The Mole in Season 2) refused to do a mission for the same reason? Interesting. Mark immediately jumps on the dignity bandwagon, even though he was stripping down before. Does he suspect Clay and wants to keep an eye on him? If they had a true coalition, Mark should split up from Clay so they can gather information separately. Now they are both cut off from seeing who tried to sabotage and how.
The first team, the Rejects, consists of Bobby, Craig, and Nicole. Just picture that. Skinny scrawny Bobby, big tubby Craig, and Nicole. In their underwear. Craig jokes, "Bobby and I look like a walking impersonation of the number 10." So true. They almost get one guy to give his shirt, but he changes his mind. Bobby manages to remember his Spanish, and then one woman tells Bobby that he needs food more than clothes. Heh. He really does, though.
The next team, the Hotties, consists of Victoria, Kristen, and Ali. They get catcalls, whistles, and marriage proposals. It's actually kind of uncomfortable. And then! Two busloads of Catholic schoolboys pull up, and they start freaking out over the girls. For some reason, the girls don't accept any clothing from them, and yet the boys follow them for two blocks. I guess it's supposed to be funny, but it kind of grosses me out.
Alex and Paul are the final team: the Guys. Alex's Spanish skills come in handy again as he convinces some cab drivers to give them some shirts immediately.
The Rejects met some success as Bobby gets a shirt from some guy, and then Nicole gets a blouse from some woman. Some lady in a store gives Nicole a skirt, and then she acquires an apron, so she's fully dressed now.