They all yell over one another in discussing who should get which rooms. Lindsay suggests that they all go look at the rooms one more time, and they do. Lindsay thinks the back room (which every other roommate has already confessed to wanting) looks like "a king and queen's room." Janet says they should take it. Lindsay points out that someone's stuff is already on the bed, but she doesn't care, and she picks it up and puts it on the floor. Janet's all "Take charge!" like clearly she is just going to be Lindsay's lapdog this season. She never actually does anything. She just waits until Lindsay does something and then cheers her on. As much as Lindsay annoys me, at least she has the balls to actually take action most of the time. David asks Rebecca if she wants the back room and Rebecca waffles. David offers to arm wrestle her for it, like that would be fair. Rebecca points out the unfairness of it. Lindsay says she and Janet will take the back room "if no one else wants it." David yells out, "Who's trying to dig on my room?" and says Lindsay and Janet are "so overpowering." David says they already took the room and they need to get out, and he pretends to throw Janet out. He laughs, as if he is joking around, but you know he's totally serious. Lindsay gets all passive-aggressive and says they will take the other room, and walks out. Stephen is worried about the closet space. Rebecca ends up getting the back room, which pleases me because she was the only person who wasn't an asshole about it.
Lindsay says they'll take the front room. In an interview, David says, "Girls have a funny way of making you say yes, like the waitresses at a strip joint will always make you buy a drink." Do you think David has issues with women? The action switches to everyone unpacking in their respective rooms. Lindsay and Janet share the front room. The three guys share another room. Rebecca asks if she and Irene are going to share a room, and apparently they are. Stephen and Nathan flip a coin to see who gets the "zebra bed." I don't see why that bed is better than the others in the room, but I'm not there. Nathan wins. Irene crawls on her bed and says it feels "like velvet." Nathan tells Stephen he doesn't want there to be "tension" over the bed issue, and Stephen says that's why they flipped a coin. Janet is unpacking, and says she wants to show everyone her "binky." She says she can't leave home without it. Irene lies on her bed, and says to Rebecca, "Lindsay, I'm hoping I'll get motivated watching you unpack." I guess Rebecca didn't notice Irene's slip-up.