Eiffel Tower Shot Cinquante-Cinq. CT sits at the computer, and interviews that he took the tour of Versailles...online. He adds that he's sure he would have had a lot more fun if he had actually gone there. You think? I can't believe that they turned down the chance to go to Versailles because they were just too lazy. I actually checked out the website he was looking at, and it was pretty lame, compared to what I know of the actual place, which is not much.
Ace makes some mixed drinks in a Snapple bottle. He interviews that they are going to "one of [his] favorite places in all the world, and that is the strip club." Mallory gets ready to go. Ace laughs with Adam that they are going to a strip club with four girls, a gay guy, and no money. Ace says that it's like going to the fair without any tickets. Leah hurries down the stairs as Ace hurries everyone out the door. Simon asks Christina if she has her drink, money, and condoms. I don't think she's going to need the condoms at the strip club. I don't think Simon will, either. CT stays behind to work on his article. As they walk out, Simon tells Christina that she looks like a whore, which he thinks is "so cool." She pretends to toss her drink on him.
At the strip club, there are scantily clad women. Surprise! And they dance topless. Shocker! Mallory points out Andi, Ace's friend from the other night. Mallory interviews that she didn't really know what she was getting herself into, and that she thinks "strip clubs are a little dirty." What was she expecting? Or does she mean "dirty" in the sense of "containing dirt and grime"? In which case, what was she expecting? Mallory cringes at some of the strippers' actions. Ace interviews that Mallory is pissing him off, because she's making fun of all the girls. Mallory tells Simon that the whole thing is disgusting. Ace tells her that she doesn't have to be there, and that he didn't ask her to come. Adam tries to get Ace to chill out. Ace gets up and walks away. Adam defends his boyfriend when he interviews that Ace came to have a good time, and that when other people are mocking your good time, it makes you angry. At the bar, Adam and Ace tells Christina that they're going to get their own table, and that none of the roommates should talk to them.