Brynn asks Irulan what she thinks of the other roommates. Irulan says she doesn't know yet, but that she really likes Alton and thinks he is polite. Not exactly a ringing endorsement. Alton comes over and puts his arm around Irulan. In an interview, Irulan says that she thinks Alton is great and she has a good time with him, so she's excited to get to know more about him. The roommates walk into the restaurant and sit down at a table. Steven says it's weird that no one is "a racist jerk-off." Irulan and Arissa both grimace and say that none of them knows that yet. Trishelle insists that she's not racist, y'all, and that she's always wanted to know black folks but never got the chance. In an interview, Trishelle says she's afraid that her roommates will think that she's just "a dumb girl from the South." Well, if the blacked-out front tooth and hayseed in your mouth fit. Trishelle says a bunch of times that she's excited to learn about other people. In an interview, Frank says that Trishelle is gorgeous and has a great personality. He can tell all this from spending like two hours with her? Oh, Frank. He stares at her across the table, and they suddenly cut to a shot of Steven, sighing. It's almost like they're trying to make us think these three will get into a love triangle.
The roommates go to the salon. The women all get naked and drink champagne in the hot tub. Yeah, that's what I like to do with people I've known for three hours. I usually meet people, find out their names, ask where they're from, what they do for a living, and then say, "Hey! Let's take our clothes off and jump into the hot tub!" Again, what is wrong with these people? Brynn asks to see Irulan's tattoos, so Irulan stands up, fully naked, and shows them off. Man, these girls are so skinny. They've got more visible ribs than a barbecue joint. In an interview, Trishelle says that Brynn is an attractive girl who gives off a lot of sexual energy. In an interview, Brynn says that she's had sex with a girl before and it was fun. Wow, thank you for telling me that. Brynn tells the others that she's going to get in trouble in the house and kiss someone. Trishelle asks whom Brynn will kiss, and Brynn answers, "Probably you." In an interview, Trishelle says she was thinking that Brynn was conceited, but she was also thinking that she was right. Again. What. Is wrong. With these people? Am I that old? Or that uptight? I just don't get it. I mean, yay, explore your sexuality, blah blah blah. But really. On national television? With people you've known for half a day?