The roommates arrive at the radio station, and gather in the conference room. Lindsay gets a fortune cookie that says, "You will meet an important person who will help you advance professionally." In an interview, Rebecca says that in a perfect world, the people who got the on-air spots would be the people that invested the most. Rebecca's fortune cookie says, "Honor is the reward of virtue." In an interview, Janet says that sometimes the people who work hardest don't get what they deserve. Stephen says, in an interview, that the girls aren't working harder, because he's been "working [his] ass off." Yeah, working hard at sleeping and missing deadlines, apparently. Stephen also feels that the girls are "more visible" and "need more work than the guys do." Phil starts the meeting, and goes through the whole "tough decision" bullshit. He reveals that the on-air personalities will be Lindsay, Irene and Janet. Stephen looks pissed. Phil wants Rebecca to work the board. David says that the girls deserved it, because they put so much time in it. Phil tells Stephen that he senses "a little disappointment in [his] body language." Stephen looks extremely pissed, but says that he doesn't "have body language." In an interview, Janet says that Stephen is really obvious about showing how upset he is, regardless of the situation. As the roommates file out, Irene asks Stephen to come out for a drink with them. Stephen says no and pouts out of the station.
In the elevator, Janet and Irene are surprised that it's an all-girl show. Irene thinks that if any of the guys had done any work, it wouldn't be all girls. Over in Loserville, Population 4, Stephen bitches to Rebecca. The station's music director tells him to put a positive spin on it, and look at it as an experience they get that most people don't. Stephen says that he's just "a guy with a big ego that wanted to do something big that didn't get to do it."
Irene and Janet discuss the decision over drinks. Irene doesn't think Phil wanted to pick three girls. Janet says that the competition wasn't about being on the air, it was personal. Irene says, "Oh my God, Janet. We're going to be deejays!" I'm glad someone realizes what an opportunity has been handed to them. Ingrates. The Space Needle is the only one who understands me. The only one.