The roommates are getting ready for their dress rehearsal. During a break, Keri and Lara walk outside the tent and discuss whether they should do "Bloody Mary." Lara says that they all need to talk about it. The funniest part is that Keri is in full ghoul makeup, smoking a cigarette. Lara says that some of the roommates have told her that CJP made the decision to cut it on her own, which isn't fair. Later, Lara talks to the group, and says that she doesn't want to throw out "Bloody Mary." In an interview, Keri says that she knew they would have to do "Bloody Mary" because they were asked to do three stories. Lara thinks that doing the same skit twice will disappoint the customers. In an interview, Chris says that CJP's decision was "a cop-out and complete bullshit." Chris! Having an opinion! Being in an episode! Crazy. CJP bullshits that she wanted them to concentrate their energy on two skits, but it's still "totally doable" to do three. I don't know how, but I blame Kyle for this whole thing.
Kyle talks to Lara outside. Kyle explains that everyone is passing the buck about Keri's skit, because none of them is comfortable being in it. Suddenly, Keri is there, too. Lara says that they all thought the skit was really good, but that it needed to be shorter, and that there were too many long monologues. Keri asks what they are talking about, and Kyle explains. In an interview, Kyle says that he never told Keri how he felt about her skit, because he felt "a little bit of vindictiveness," because of "how standoffish she was during the writing." And dude was an English major at Princeton? I don't even understand what he's saying. Somewhere, Sars weeps. Kyle talks about how they decided not to do it. Lara asks whose decision it was, and Kyle admits that it was mostly CJP's, not getting into how he factored into that decision, because he's a pussy. Lara doesn't think it's fair that one person made the decision. Keri says she gets the feeling that CJP doesn't like that Keri wrote the script.
Keri talks to CJP about it. CJP lies that she didn't like Keri's script at first, but now she does. So she's cutting it...why, exactly? Keri says she feels like CJP has been against the script the whole time. In an interview, Keri says that she wishes CJP had been honest with her from the start, and that CJP could have been tactful instead of lying. CJP spins some more bullshit. CJP admits that she made the wrong choice in pulling it, and thanks Keri for being so understanding throughout.