Lars is still floundering over the party. He can't find a "major major DJ" and can't expect much of a turnout if he doesn't have a big name to advertise. "I have run out of time," says Lars in an interview amidst shots of him working the phones from Attention Deficit Manor. Despite the fact that no one asked him to, Neil tells Lars that he can't help him. "It's not my scene at all," says Neil. Not that I know anything about party planning, but I would think that when someone as anti-social as Neil feels compelled to help you, you're on the wrong career path. Once again, Lars explains that not having a DJ will ruin his party. It looks like he'll have to cancel. He mopes around the house to the ruminations of Soundgarden.
Sharon's band is rehearsing their new material at some pretty professional-looking recording studio. Okay, remember that scene in Mommie Dearest when Joan Crawford is retired from acting and is in bed watching some award show given in her honor and her hair is in this tremendously stiff do that goes really wide just below her ears? That's what Sharon looks like in this interview. She's even wearing what looks to be a nightgown. There are tensions among the bandmates. They don't have enough material to rehearse. Sharon starts bossing everyone around, and no one is having any of it. "We don't get to rehearse as much as we need to," says Sharon in her Joan Crawford interview. They start to rehearse a song that Sharon's never seen before.
Meanwhile, Neil and Lars are chilling at home. Neil asks Lars how the party is shaping up. Lars laments the fact that he's had four months to put something together and that he only started working on his party a couple of weeks ago. Lars can't find a suitable DJ. Yeah, we know. All of a sudden out of the blue, some record label calls a meeting with Lars. Fresh Squeeze Records is having a party at The Ministry of Sound, and they want Lars to DJ. Lars explains in an interview that Ministry is a "massive" club in London. "The first exclusive London appearance at The Ministry of Sound by a German DJ," says a Fresh Squeeze bigwig trying to pretend that Lars's appearance on The Real World has nothing to do with their decision. They give him the 11 PM - 1:30 AM slot, which they assure him is "prime time." "You're on the spot, buddy!" says the Fresh Squeeze bigwig. Everyone laughs heartily and shakes hands. "It's very very prestigious if you can say that you played at The Ministry," says Lars in an interview. "So I'm quite happy about that."