Landon takes his mom and his sister (who looks exactly like Landon with a wig and a deeper tan) on a tour of Philadelphia. Landon interviews that he's not going to work because his mom and sister are in town, and that it's the only day he would get to see them. He explains that he cleared it with Laura first, and that she was cool with it.
The working roommates show up on the site and talk to Laura, who is pissed that Melanie and Karamo blew off work. MJ pretends to be surprised that Melanie and Karamo didn't clear it with Laura first. Willie lies that they said they did. Nice cover job, guys. MJ interviews that Laura is very disappointed, and MJ can understand that it's disrespectful. Laura sits down with the roommates who showed up and reminds them that they need to be there, every time. Which they are. Preaching to the choir, Laura.
Some other day, Shavonda answers the phone at home, and Laura tells her that the truck with the playground equipment arrived early, and they need to unload it immediately. Shavonda rallies the troops. Everyone runs around grabbing their shoes and bags, and they head out.
The roommates arrive at Northern Home and start unloading the truck. They grab boxes and plastic parts and spread them all out on the lawn. In a confessional, Willie says he's excited to start building the playground, knowing that in a few weeks the kids will have a place to play.
Once the truck is emptied, Laura calls everyone together. She says they did an awesome job unloading. Then, she points out a Nissan XTerra behind her, and says that the roommates get to use that while they are at work. They also get the use of two cell phones, but can only make work-related phone calls on them. Laura reminds everyone that they need to be there every day, and can't blow it off. Karamo interviews that Laura feels disrespected and upset. Laura tells them that if they are late or don't show up this week, they will be fired. Landon interviews that if any of them gets fired from the job, he or she has to leave the house.
Laura speaks to Karamo alone. She says that he's been late twice, and then didn't show up, and didn't call to say he wouldn't be there. She's issuing a written warning, and says that if he's even a minute late from here on out, he'll be fired. Karamo scoffs right in her face, and Laura tells him it's not funny. Karamo agrees that it's very serious, and takes the paper from her. He says patronizingly, "Thanks, Laura." As soon as she's out of earshot, he mumbles, "Give me a break." Yeah, how dare she treat this like a real job? It's not like they're getting free room and board, plus a paycheck, plus bonuses, plus free use of a car, plus national television exposure. Oh, wait. They totally are. Shut up, Karamo.