Genesis is in the bathroom preparing for another big night out on the main drag. Heh. "Drag." Geddit? Puns are cool. She brushes on her make-up just the way Adam showed her, and I feel a brief tinge of missed opportunity that, as was apparent from the last reunion special, the only element of the application process he neglected to clue her in on was reminding her to actually remove the previous layers of facial goo before applying again in subsequent weeks. Throwing both her housemates and her continuity editors off the trail of her intended destination, Genesis announces that she will be heading to "Avalon," showing up instead at Axis a mere MTV moment later. Her housemates snipe liberally in her absence, including the Calamine-addled ramblings of Sean, who says, "The only people I've seen her with is [sic] her drag queen boyfriends. I don't know where she's coming from, who she is." Yeah, Gen, I can't believe you didn't go with the flow of your roommates' plans and stay home to rub aloe on Sean's oozing sores tonight. Three words describe your participation in that house: selfish, selfish, selfish. Oh, and I forgot "damned to hell by your deviant godlessness." Chop a "selfish" off the list if you have to, and add that one.
Over at Avalon/Axis, Adam prepares for his big show as Genesis alerts us, "In a lot of ways I think drag queens are more beautiful than an actual woman because they know how to do their hair and they know how to do their make-up and wear the right clothes." Cut to the show itself, where Genesis watches Eve parade about to "Hey, Big Spender," and then to later (or earlier? Or another week entirely?), in which Eve and Genesis get it on hot and heavy on the dance floor. Genesis is heard to tell Eve, "You're turning me on," and Eve laughs knowingly in that "And you're turning ME on. If by 'you,' you mean 'men'" way and says nothing else because Genesis is very, very fragile.