Matt introduces himself to Jamie, and we learn that Jamie is a twenty-two-year old from Chicago, and a Cornell University graduate. In an interview, Melissa says that Jamie is "sickeningly perfect." Yeah, a perfect replica of Frankenstein. David asks what part of Chicago Jamie is from. Jamie says he's from the "North Shore, near Northwestern." We learn that David is from the south side of Chicago, which is the baddest part of town, and if you go down there, you better just beware of a man named Leroy Brown. I'm sorry, I couldn't resist. In an interview, Jamie tells us that the north side was a great place to grow up. David tells Jamie that he grew up near Comiskey Park in the projects, and asks if Jamie gets to the south side much. Now, that was kind of mean. Clearly, Jamie has not, but now to admit that he hasn't makes him look like a snob. I mean, he probably is a snob, but it doesn't seem very kind to set someone up like that. Jamie says he only went there to go to ball games a few times. At least he didn't say he only went there to buy drugs or something. David does a mocking "white-guy" voice and says, "I stay clear of the south side." Jamie laughs and points at David's muscles and says that's why he stays clear, because of guys like David living there. In an interview, Jamie says that "the stork dropped [him] in the right place." Um, maybe he didn't get the memo, but there is no stork. Now that we've taken ten minutes to learn how David and Jamie are from different parts of the same city, David tells us in a voice-over that they are from very different worlds. Wow, thank you for telling me that.
Everyone decides to eat the food left for them in the fridge. David says they are feasting on "gumbo, collard greens and cornbread." In an interview, Kelley describes the food as "so choice." I haven't heard "choice" used as an adjective since Ferris Bueller, but I'm not exactly hip to the lingo. Everyone chows down. Jamie asks Julie about BYU. Danny asks her if she's Mormon. In a voice-over, Julie says she came into the house "on the defensive" because of her religion, and assumed that everyone would gang up on her. Danny asks if she's a "hard-core" Mormon, and avoids caffeine. Julie says she tries to, but she's not "anal about it." Melissa asks what that's about, because she just doesn't know about it. In an interview, Julie says it's "normal" to her, but some people don't know about it. Jamie the Idiot Boy asks if she's married, and when she laughs at him, he says he thought "they" got married at sixteen. You know, wouldn't it have been easier to say, "I don't know anything about your faith, but I'd love to learn more about it, and I have a lot of questions. Some of them might sound stupid, but I really am ignorant about your religion." Then, Julie wouldn't be on the defensive, and her roommates could feel free to ask away. Of course, that would also reduce the potential conflict, and the producers would hate it. In an interview, Julie goes, "Ooh, the Mormon girl, what's her deal?" which was a strange juxtaposition. Melissa changes the subject, but only to bring up Danny's secret again. Clearly, he's making a big deal about this secret to get attention, and the more she asks him about it, the more she's feeding his need. They should all just shut up about it, because they're just rewarding his immaturity.