Stephen goes back to the car; Kelsey is driving. He explains that he was trying to figure out where he would put them so that they would be safe. The radio station? Just a thought. Stephen jokes that he knew he wanted to put them somewhere that "the girls wouldn't get to them and lose them." Yeah, because you did such a stellar job keeping track of them, dude. Rebecca and Kelsey laugh.
Back at the radio station, Stephen, Rebecca, and Kelsey discuss how they want to make the commercials. Kelsey explains that they are going to go with a "diary" format, like "Day Two on our adventure in Nepal."
Irene, looking a little fuzzy about the head, is trying to explain to Lindsay and Janet why she doesn't want to write down everything she plans to say on their radio show. Irene says that Janet and Lindsay can sound natural reading what they've already written down (which is so not true) and that they are "preparing preparers." Hee! Lindsay looks pissed. Irene says that she doesn't work that way. In an interview, Irene says, "It's not funny telling a joke thirty thousand times over." Irene explains that she thinks they should each prepare in the way they are most comfortable, which makes sense to me. In an interview, Irene says that she knows she was "saying some funny things," but "they were not listening." Also, I don't think Janet has much of a sense of humor. Lindsay likes the dick and fart jokes, probably, and Janet only laughs if Lindsay laughs first. Irene explains that her stories sound better the first time, rather than being over-rehearsed. In an interview, Janet disparages Irene's desire to be funny at all times. Which, granted, would get annoying. Also, this one scene has had probably twenty cuts already, and Irene's speech is so chopped up that it's difficult to follow her conversation. Because, you see, she's crazy. This is the beginning of the "Irene is crazy" plot. And you must believe it to be so, or the editors will hit you over the head. Oh, they're doing that already. With an anvil. Sorry. Lindsay explains that Irene's spontaneous remarks cut into their time. In an interview, Lindsay says that Irene's "personality" is "on and off lately." Then she accepts the fifty that the producers slipped her for setting up their "Irene is crazy" plot, along with their promise that they won't film her running into the hotel next door to use the facilities, because she was unable to defecate with the cameras around. Hey, I read about it in the book about this season.