Stee: So, Bill Chad Lowe Scarface.
Kim: Every time they showed him, he looked like a different celebrity. First, Scott Wolf. Then, Jay Underwood circa The Boy Who Could Fly.
Stee: Did you see Casting Girl all mooning over him? I think he's going to have another gay David/casting girl romance. But without the hysterics.
Kim: "You don't even know!"
Stee: And the gayness, of course. I was thinking, those casting "dates" are like the perfect date. They pay, and you get to talk about yourself all night. Except no sex at the end. That part kinda sucks.
Kim: Unless you're gay David.
Stee: I don't know about Bill. He's kinda fishy.
Kim: Gay David was jealous of Bill.
Stee: He was. Very. Did you see the Mexican golfing commercial?
Kim: No. I can't believe I missed it. [I checked my tape and it must've been a local L.A. buy because it's not there.]
Stee: There were cholos from the 'hood golfing and then they got on their Low Rider Bikes, and continued down the course. I couldn't believe it. All Tejano music playing and shit. Nike can kiss my ass.
Kim: What about the MTV Movie Award commercials?
Stee: I feel bad for Sarah Jessica Parker. They call her "precocious." Isn't that the wrong usage of that word?
Kim: What are they trying to say? Isn't she too old to be precocious?
Stee: Right. Anna Chlumsky is precocious. Or was. Now she's just out of work.
Kim: The dead people kid is precocious.
Stee: Right. Billy Joel Osment or some shit. And, man, did MTV drop the Backstreet Boys when 'N Sync started racking up the sales!
Kim: BSB are played out, yo.
Stee: Poor BSB. Crying with 98 Degrees and Boyzone somewhere.
Finalist #15 is Theo, a nineteen-year-old from Mandeville, Louisiana. He says it's hard to talk about the past, because it makes him feel like crying. He left home when he was fourteen because he didn't get along with his mother, and never felt comfortable with her. He thinks black people and white people don't blend. One time, he met a cute black girl named "Haleh" who was pre-med. A pop-up tells us that he enjoys eating raw eggs. Theo says that "colored people" want to do their own thing and white people want to do their own thing, and he doesn't think the "colored people should mix with the whites."