They decide to show Jamie around the place and pick bedrooms. Matt says he wouldn't feel comfortable rooming with a female, and I respect that. In an interview, Matt tells us he doesn't "plan on sharing a bed with a lady or anything," so a single bed will be fine for him. I hate when people say "lady." In an interview, Julie says that Kelley took charge of the room selection process. We see Kelley getting everyone's input about who wants to be where, and she manages to tell everyone where to go, and meets everyone's requests. There's the twenty-fifth boom mike shot, like the boom mike person needs to go lift some weights or something. He or she clearly doesn't have the upper body strength to hold the mike up out of the shot. In an interview, Kelley says the room selection process was easy, and she thought there would be fights about it. As everyone goes into their rooms, Kelley turns around and says they're all going to be sleeping in the same bed anyway, so why even talk about it. I think that was a joke, but no one laughed.
They all decide to go out on the town. In an interview, Matt says, "It's New Orleans. Where do you go? Bourbon Street." I would agree, except I would insert the words "anywhere but" in front of "Bourbon Street." Melissa says she's "out of control" with "four beautiful boys." Shut up, Melissa! God! You like boys. We get it. Then Melissa screeches that she "needs to be in a manwich" and the boys actually oblige her by closing in around her. They all dance. Jamie is the worst dancer I have ever seen. In an interview, Kelley hopes they can "get down and dirty and see what happens." Jamie and Kelley are walking along and singing to each other, and at one point it looks as if they are about to smooch, but they don't. In a confessional, Julie says she doesn't "need this temptation right now." For all we know, she was talking about a chocolate bar.