Okay, in the montage of Chicago street scenes before this scene began, there was a furry blue guy doing a little dance. Actually, a guy dressed in a furry blue costume. What the hell was that? Can any Chicagoans enlighten me? Because it scared me, and it was totally random. Kyle talks to his dad on the phone. In an interview, Kyle explains that he's very "buddy-buddy" with his dad. He explains about the lifeguarding thing to his dad, and says that he, Chris, and Keri all passed the test. His dad asks how things are going with Keri, and Kyle laughs and says that he doesn't know what his father is talking about. His dad's all, "All right, Kyle!" Ew. In an interview, Kyle says that it's pretty obvious that he and Keri want to be more than just friends. Kyle tells his dad that Tonya went home because she has "some sort of kidney disorder."
Nice segue. In an interview, Tonya says that she was sick from the moment she arrived in Chicago, but she panicked and covered it up. I like how she changes her story in each interview. Tonya goes to the doctor in Walla Walla, and Justin accompanies her. In the doctor's office, she sits on Justin's lap. Oh, sweet Lord. I could understand if there were only one chair, and they were going to be in there a long time, but Tonya could sit on, you know, the examining table. Or she could stand when the doctor walks in. Justin says something about Tonya being on medication. The doctor suggests that they do another x-ray. I really wanted the doctor to tell her that it was all in her head. In an interview, Tonya says that kidney stones aren't common in people her age, and she's still trying to find out why she has them. And yet, according to the National Institute of Health, "kidney stones strike most typically between the ages of 20 and 40." Which would mean that they are most common in people exactly her age. And to prevent them, you're supposed to drink a lot of liquids. And possibly not sit in a hot tub for long periods of time and get dehydrated. I'm sure they just skipped the part where Tonya's doctor told her that.