Marc asks what they think of Rain, the nightclub in the casino. They all enjoy it. ["It didn't really get the most auspicious product placement on C.S.I. last night, I have to say." -- Wing Chun] Marc tried to set up tension or something, but it totally didn't work, so he just kind of lamely announces that they'll be working at Rain. There's a totally staged shot of everyone cheering. Marc explains that they'll be working with Jean to throw parties at Rain, and if they do well, they'll be allowed to throw their own parties "from the ground up." Frank looks confused because they don't have parties in central Pennsylvania. In an interview, Arissa says that she's twenty-two years old and she gets to throw parties, so it's awesome. J-Dawg wanders in during this scene and says, "She's twenty-two?" I thought he meant she looked like she is fourteen, since she's so tiny. But he went on to say, "Damn. She must have done some hard living. She looks about forty." And then he walked out of the room. Ladies and gentlemen -- J-Dawg, my soon-to-be husband. In an interview, Brynn says that the only thing she's looking forward to about the job is dancing, and she doesn't even know if she gets to do that. Because if there's nothing in the job that might draw attention to her, and her alone, she's not interested. God forbid she just take pleasure in a job well done or something. I swear, sometimes I think they give the roommates jobs every year just to make anyone with an actual work ethic crazy.
Back in the suite, Arissa talks to a friend on the phone and explains about their job. Arissa also says that she thinks "one of the white little boys is kind of cute." In an interview, Arissa says that she thinks Steven is cute, and that if she didn't have a boyfriend, she'd be all over that. On the phone, Arissa talks about how Steven has the same mouth as a guy she used to like. Seriously, I don't see the Steven cute thing. He looks plastic. And even if he were cute, he's an asshole. His personality is also plastic. Oh, Arissa. Don't go there.
Arissa talks to Steven about her boyfriend, Dario, and how before she left home, everyone told her she had to break up with him. Wow, he must be a winner. In an interview, Arissa says that she and Dario have been together for five and a half years. So since she was like sixteen or seventeen? Yeah, break up with him. It's time. Not to say that people who meet that young can't work it out -- one of my best friends started dating her husband when we were all in the tenth grade, and they have a great relationship. But I think that's the exception rather than the rule, and if Arissa is having doubts and such, she should just break up with him now. In an interview, Arissa says that she wants to stay faithful, but she doesn't know how easy that will be. Arissa tells Steven that she doesn't want to say now that she'll cheat on Dario, but that you never know what might happen in the heat of the moment. Arissa didn't think a long-distance relationship would be difficult. Steven says that it's a huge challenge. How in the hell would he know? He doesn't seem like the long-distance relationship type.