Anyway, there are camels, and the music on the soundtrack includes chanting, so they must be in Morocco now. In an interview, Kevin says, "You're on the other side of the world, and this has been going on forever, and this is their life, and they know nothing about my life, back home." Thus begins the crux of this episode for me: people saying stuff that makes no sense. Seriously, everyone on the show turned into Monica from Big Brother this week. Did Kevin really think that Morocco didn't exist until he set foot on Moroccan soil? I don't know.
The roommates arrive at Darzina Estate, which to me looks a lot like the resort where the Casting Special took place. Everyone is excited about it. In an interview, Mike says that Kevin's attitude did "a total turnaround" when they arrived, because the place was so nice. Also, it's big. There are a lot of rooms. We know this because the roommates keep walking around going, "It's so big!" and "Look, it's another room!" Mike wants to sleep in the pool house. Someone else wants the same room. They flip a coin for it and Mike wins, so the guys get the pool house. In a confessional, Mike explains that the boys always try to separate themselves from the girls and "get away from the petty arguments." Mike goes into the bathroom, and marvels that it has "one of those French things." That would be a bidet, and frankly, I'm surprised that Mike knew what it was.
Rachel and Lori decide to room together. Quarrel and Nicole get singles, I guess. In an interview, Rachel says that she's purposely staying away from Quarrel and Nicole so that they won't make fun of her. To their faces, Rachel says that she and Lori should room together, because they are "less maintenance-y" than Quarrel and Nicole. I thought that would spark an argument, but Quarrel and Nicole agree and head to their rooms to get settled in.