Okay, this is the part where I think Irene was on either speed or coke or something, because the way she is acting is so out of character. Or, she could be bipolar, I guess, but since this is the one time she acts this way, I doubt it. Anyway, Irene cleans the kitchen, wearing a gray t-shirt. In a confessional (wearing the same gray t-shirt), Irene stutters, "Rebecca? She said I, I, I was terminally messy. I live in fear th...th...that that's the truth. Perhaps, perhaps I am terminally messy." Then there's a shot of a totally different day where Irene is wearing a green t-shirt and wiping down the kitchen counter with a sponge. Back in the confessional, Irene tearily says, "I just have a fear that...I mean I'm organ...it's not like I'm just organi...organizationally challenged. If I'm going to be neat, that's all I can do. That's all I can do. I mean, I just fall into this abyss of cleaning all the time or..." Then she's cut off. Meanwhile, while we see Irene wiping off the counter with a sponge, we see shots of Janet standing there watching her. Well, you never see Janet and Irene in the same shot, so for all we know, Janet was just standing there looking at the mouse living in their cupboard. In an interview, Janet says that Irene "went on and on and on" that she didn't want to be a messy person, and that she needed to clean up. Janet continues, saying that she knew it wasn't just about cleaning up, but she wasn't sure whether it was about cleaning up her life or needing to feel stable. Why, thanks, Janet Freud.
More shots of the statues. What is with those statues? Crazy panning shot of the roof of the shelter over the statues. Car headlights. A homeless man in a wheelchair shakes his change cup. Back at Pier 70, the footage is really grainy, like it was taken with a security camera or something. Okay, this is the footage where I really think Irene was on something. That's just my opinion, of course. Irene talks very quickly throughout, and can't seem to stand still. She tells Janet (who is laughing) that she hasn't been "fully honest," and that she thinks Janet should return her pants to Nordstrom's. In a confessional, Janet tells us what Irene just said. As Irene continues to talk, the camera zooms in on her face unsteadily, enhancing the manic feel of the footage.