More Yukon. In an interview, Julie says that David is going to have a bunch of strippers over. He is? Since when? Julie goes on to call their house "the Belfort Brothel." In the Yukon, Julie is mad that she was the last to know about the party. Melissa says she just found out the night before. Julie thinks the whole "having sex in the hot tub" thing should be an issue, too. Jamie helpfully informs her that "spermies cannot live in the water." Melissa says, "Herpes does." Jamie guesses that there's going to be "so much bootizzy juice" in the hot tub. Everyone groans and cringes, including your intrepid recapper. But it was funny.
The all-TRL edition of The Real World continues as Destiny's Child starts singing "Jumpin' Jumpin'" on the soundtrack. David checks out the hot tub. Various shots of David talking to ladies out on the sidewalk. David voice-overs that he's got strippers coming "from three different places." It's like a stripper variety pack. Some of the strippers enter the house, as David tells us that we're "not going to want to miss this." Okay, so I figure the promised roommate confrontation is going to happen during or after the party, right? I mean, this is only the first commercial break.
"Where My Girls At" by 702 starts up. Danny looks out the window at the assembled strippers out front. Some ladies in bathing suits hang out in the bathroom. Melissa spies on them and looks disgusted. David hugs a stripper in a leopard-print bikini. Okay, I don't know if all of these women are strippers, but David said that they were, and until someone tells me differently, I'm just going with that. Melissa walks out of the house with a bunch of stuff. Melissa, Kelley, Danny, and some random girl leave the house. In a confessional, Melissa says that this is going to turn into a "sleazy, dirty rap video." Some of the partygoers get into the hot tub. In an interview, Danny says that he's up for a party, but if it's going to be all about hanging out with a bunch of strippers to make yourself look cooler, he wants nothing to do with it. David is hanging out in the hot tub with a bunch of people -- there are two other guys and about twelve women, and various other people assembled around the outside. In a confessional, Melissa says, "I just don't understand this necessity to be Mr. Bling Bling." If I didn't know this was recorded months ago, I would totally say that was a shout-out to our forum posters, who were doing some hilarious variations on that phrase this week. Okay, now that the party is over, I'm sure the big confrontation will happen. Come on! I've been waiting for this all week!