Everyone comes home. Melinda heads right to Danny's bed and shows off how even really skinny girls can have love handles if they're wearing low-rise jeans that are too small. Go up a size, Melinda! She hops into bed with Danny and apologizes for being so aggressive, because she knows it's unattractive. Danny says it's not, but that it is different from what he's used to.
Leo, Johanna, Lacey, and Wes hang out. Wes admits that he kissed Melinda, but says that he was thinking of Danny the whole time. I don't think he meant that how it sounds. Or maybe he did! Lacey asks if Wes is going to tell Danny about it, and Leo thinks he should. Wes agrees, but says that if Danny saw it, he would understand. Lacey wonders why the idea of kissing even came up. I'm going to guess that the alcohol had something to do with it. Lacey is really concerned about Danny and Melinda's relationship for no apparent reason. Well, except that she's worried that if Danny and Melinda break up, the vibe in the house will be "awkward and horrible."
In the morning, Rachel goes around and tells everyone that they have to leave for work soon. The roommates are sleepy and moving slowly, and Rachel keeps nagging everyone. Rachel interviews that, in the army, everyone is punctual. Well, these people aren't in the army, are they? Maybe she missed that part. And this happens every season, and every season I wonder why they all have to travel in a pack. I would just leave so that I would be on time and fuck the rest of them. Johanna interviews that Rachel is annoying and controlling.
The roommates meet with Jenn and PJ, two of their trainers in the film world. After some plugs for Sony for providing the equipment, the roommates practice using cameras and audio equipment, especially the logistics of how to get various angles and work with two camera crews without getting the crew in the shot. Jenn and PJ say that the roommates made a lot of progress today.
While walking home, Johanna tells Rachel that while Rachel is used to barking out orders in the army, civilians see that as bossy and loud and blunt. Rachel says that she feels like a bitch, but that's how things are done in the army. Johanna points out that there are other ways to approach it, and Rachel says that she didn't know that the army affected her life this much.