On the bus, Julie tells Rebecca that their team didn't come together. Rebecca says that she wants to win, but it's okay not to do so. Julie says that she doesn't want to have a strong start and then fail. Kameelah agrees. Julie says that she doesn't care about the other team's feelings because "they deserved it." Huh? What did they deserve? Losing? I don't get where that came from. Kameelah agrees with Julie. Rebecca says that she does care how the other team feels. Julie looks disgusted and puts her head down on the table.
Laterrian and Ayanna talk to Christian. Laterrian tells Christian that he is "the bright spot on the trip." Christian looks pleased. In an interview, Laterrian says that he has learned to let Christian's comments slide off his back, because Christian doesn't know any better, and Laterrian has learned to accept that. Laterrian says that Christian is teaching him Norwegian, and in return, Laterrian is teaching Christian "slang and jive." I have to comment that this is the first time I have heard the word "jive" used non-jokingly since I saw Airplane. Laterrian finishes up by saying that he may have made some judgments too soon. Christian says that he feels lucky to be with them, and he learns from them every day, just by who they are.
Some text informs us that this is three months later, on the set of the movie. We see Christian with some weird black eye-makeup on, and then we see him (presumably, although it's hard to tell with the helmet) skating around the set. Christian bids the camera goodbye and starts to skate away, and takes a huge digger on the floor. Ha! People falling down never stops being funny to me.
Next week: Christian uses a racial slur when talking to Laterrian, and Ayanna loses it. Ayanna says, "I pushed him off of me." Christian looks sad. Whoo, doggie. The episode that we've all been waiting for, to try to find out what the hell happened between them. I can't wait.