They're at some sort of bar/restaurant place. Colin and WB are sitting in a booth and Annoying is sitting at a table like four feet away by herself. They're practically the only ones in the place. Annoying yells out, "Pretend I'm not even here!" and Colin says, "I have been." D'oh! Burn! Annoying brings up the age difference again in a voice-over, while Colin asks her to come and sit with them. They have some more inane conversation about cheerleaders and hair color, but I'll save you the agony and just tell you why BMP included this dialogue: Colin says he likes brunettes the best. Amaya's blonde. End of story.
Back at the ranch, Annoying calls her dad ("Doodle") who is in the hospital for some testing. As much as she bugs me during this call, I feel a little sad for her. It's scary when a parent is sick. Then she cries. Later, Colin asks about her dad and Annoying says he might have colon cancer, and that she'll leave the show if he's really sick. Colin says he hopes she doesn't have to leave, and in a voice-over Annoying says that Colin is being really sweet about her dad.
Colin and WB play football on the beach with a dog. Insert your own Kaia joke here. I think the whole point of this scene was to show Colin without a shirt on AGAIN! In interviews, Colin says he's glad WB is there to hang out with and talk to about stuff. WB says he isn't about talk -- he's an action kind of guy. Which is such a crock because all he does is talk to his roommates and tell them what they all said about each other and instigate problems.
In a really boring and unnecessary subplot, WB goes to a radio station and gets his own show, which will feature Colin doing surf reports, news and sports news. How unrealistic is it that a guy like WB, with no personality whatsoever and minimal radio experience, could just walk into a radio station and be handed his own show? And that he would then use it to give his friends air time?
Anyway, the guy asks him what his format would be and WB babbles about how he's been listening to the radio while driving around and never really answers the question. Later, he answers the phone at the house and finds out he got the job. Teck asks him the format and WB says it'll be free-form. Should be a ratings buster. Then he says, "I'm all about fascinating the people out here and hopping behind the microphone, getting on radio, is how I'm going to do it." Okay, first of all, I'm all about the phrase "all about" but he uses it in every sentence. Second, you are not fascinating, except in a sick, morbid kind of way. Perhaps you should build yourself a special Hawaiian stepladder out of coconuts, grass skirts and leis and use it to GET OVER YOURSELF!