We hear giggling and Julie says, "I can't believe us talking about this." Jamie claims to be a good kisser, and they flirtatiously discuss what it means to be a good kisser. In an interview, Jamie says that out of the seven roommates, "Julie, the virgin, has the strongest sex drive in the whole house." Julie asks Jamie if he's a biter, and he clarifies that he is a nibbler. I can't believe I just typed that sentence. Julie plays with a hair clip as the music says, "I just want to get down in the house." What could the editors be trying to say here? Julie tells Jamie she can't kiss him because they are roommates. Jamie implies that he's a really good kisser, again. In an interview, Melissa says that Julie wants a challenge. Whoa! Melissa's hair is really long in this interview. Like, it was either before she got her haircut or the day before they moved out. Julie says that she thinks Melissa would have a problem with Julie and Jamie kissing. In an interview, Julie says that she "honestly thinks [Melissa] has feelings for Jamie," and she doesn't want anything to come between her and Melissa as friends. We see a shot of Melissa looking at Julie and Jamie with a sour expression, and it so conveniently fits in with what Julie just said in her interview. It's like they planned it or something. Then they reuse two clips from earlier -- Julie playing with the hair clip, and saying, "I can't believe us talking about this." Like, clearly, the "Julie and Jamie" flirting thing didn't last long enough for an entire scene, so they had to use a couple of things twice. Whatever.
Coming back from commercial, they show a human statue dressed as some sort of Virgin Mary/angel, and I rewound the tape five times because it looked really cool. I totally thought it was a statue and then some guy put money in front of her and she bowed to him.