Benihana is a great place to take vegans. Seriously. It's just animals and butter and Jo crying over tortured souls getting sauteed right in front of her on a giant skillet for a plate. Jo is so pissed that she can't eat anything that everyone gets pissed that Jo's ruining their fun by calling their food "corpses." "That was the vegan straw that broke the carnivore's back," Judd tells us. Cut to everyone silently watching the food get prepared. Judd says, "I wish we had a bigger table that was less intimate." Everyone stops playing with their food to stare at Judd. "Sarcasm," he states. Nobody is amused.
Everyone goes drinking afterwards, so they have fun. We don't see that. We just get a quick montage as Judd tells us that they did things together that were fun and then they did things that were annoying. Great. Can we just end the season now?
Cut to more Enya, making me want to rip my ears off. You know, she just makes albums that sound like jokes about Enya. You know her new album is called The Sound of Trees or some shit? I could say that as a joke about Enya, and it'd be cut for being too obvious, when in reality, it's the name of her album. Does she know we're all laughing at her? Is this the most that's been written about Enya in ten years? Thought so.
The kids get a helicopter ride over the ocean. Luckily, nothing can make these kids complain here. It's really cool to ride in a helicopter. Cory warbles that they were stuck together this entire trip, so they had to become better friends. The boys take one helicopter, the girls are in another. Judd says that things might be different now that they're closer. He says the "casual politeness" will probably be thrown out the window when they get back to San Francisco. Sure. Don't try and tease me with tension, plot, or interesting television now, Judd. I know there ain't any coming.