For some reason, the subject gets changed to Lars. "In ten years, Lars will be thirty-four years old," says Mike in an interview. "And he'll still be chasing the the the the beat heh heh." Some shots of Lars DJing and explaining how he will be in the music or club scene for the next few years, either as a "DJ or a club promotor or a producer."
Then there's a shot of Jay doing his spastic Jay dance at a club, and the pub conversation turns to the subject of Jay. "What do you think of Jay?" says Mike. "He has got some talent," says Neil diplomatically. Then, I kid you not, we see Jay shown tapdancing with a private teacher. He does a whole tap routine with faggy musical theater spins and everything. "Jay will be doing something with acting and dancing," says Lars, guessing at Jay's future. Wait! Go back! When the hell did this happen? They just drop this tap thing on our laps nonchalantly like, "Oh yeah, Jay's always been into tap!" But I never saw Jay do tap before. Like I would have remembered tap, okay? And you know how I know I'd remember something like that? Because I'd remember laughing as hard as I'm laughing right now at Jay's "flat ball change." This is insane! I mean, we sat through Kat's fencing matches, and meanwhile Jay was tapping his ass off and we had no idea? Dude, we even had to watch Sharon sell tents! I wonder if Bunim-Murray deliberately hid the tapdancing from us until the end of the show because they knew that if Jay's tap lessons got given any airtime early on, it would have derailed the entire show. It would have been impossible to watch an episode of The Real World London without soiling your pants. Hell, it wouldn't even matter if Jay were actually tapping or he was even on screen; it would be impossible to watch The Real World London without laughing about Jay's tapdancing. Jay gives an interview in which he asserts his commitment to "entertain" no matter what.
The pub discussion drifts back to Jacinda, prompting a barrage of recycled shots of Jacinda in model mode. Mike talks in an interview about how "nice" it would be if Jacinda had a family and a white picket fence. Nice for whom? I don't envy those kids. We are then see shots from Jacinda's flying days. Jacinda comments on her own future in an interview, saying that she doesn't have any long-term goals. But at present, we the viewers have the luxury of knowing exactly what Jacinda's future holds: lots of failed American television series. ["We've covered one of them so far." -- Wing Chun]