Kyle tells CJP that they will be performing "Bloody Mary" in fourteen hours, and wonders if it will be adequate. CJP cracks up over how ridiculous it is. God, these two are annoying. I love how Kyle plants all these doubts in CJP's mind and then lets her take the fall for pulling Keri's skit. Like he didn't basically tell her to do that, and she's so in love with him that she just did it. Kyle lists off all of the things they need to do to make it work. CJP says that it won't take long to figure out, and Kyle says that he's glad he's not in it. So are we, Kyle. So are we.
The roommates deliver props and costumes to the tent. In an interview, Theo says that he and Chris did their job and worked together well on the backdrops and props. Tonya arrives and apologizes for being late. CJP assures her that she's not late. Tonya apologizes further for appearing to be mad at her roommates when she's actually just nervous about going to the doctor. Tonya hugs CJP, who accepts the apology. In an interview, CJP says that she has a "sisterly relationship" with Tonya where they can bicker and fight and then be fine a few hours later. Tonya explains that she has to go back to the doctor first thing in the morning, so it won't affect their performance schedule.
The roommates set up the stage and put on makeup and costumes. Keri says that the kids in the audience are going to look at her and start crying, and then Kyle will come out, and they will shit themselves. I guess I should mention that Kyle is wearing the scary red mask they bought in New England, but it was probably funnier when you imagined Kyle just walking out in his Princeton t-shirt with his giant square head, and that causing the kids to shit themselves.
The audience members enter the tent and sit down. In an interview, Kyle says that he's excited about the audience, and that he's excited to see which of his roommates thrive on the atmosphere. Whatever that means. The first skit -- "The Midnight Ghost" -- begins with Keri reading a story about a little boy, played by Theo. Keri voice-overs that she's having a good time. In an interview, Aneesa says that she underestimated the importance of costumes and makeup. The makeup is pretty good, for an amateur production. The little kids in the audience seem kind of scared, but not in a bad way. In an interview, Kyle says that this skit is everyone's favorite, because it works. Some kids in the audience cry, but others seem to be enjoying it.