The roommates meet with Brice at the office. Brice says that they're going to go over the latest assignment. He carefully asks whether they all went on the day trips. Do they not realize that they're being filmed all of the time, and that they can easily get busted if one person decides to rat them out? Leah says that they did. Brice says that this assignment has a lot more information than usual, and that they stepped back and got the big picture. He singles out Adam for saying that Fontainebleau is "a BYOF excursion -- Bring Your Own Fun." What does that even mean? Brice asks CT how he found out some information in his article, and CT says he got it from a brochure at Versailles. Brice tells CT to add his sources to increase the credibility of his article. CT interviews that he feels bad lying, but that he's got to eat and get paid. Brice tells Leah that she has a lot of great facts, but that she didn't give him an opinion, and usually her reviews are way too opinionated. Okay, he didn't exactly say that last part, but it was implied. Leah interviews that she feels terrible that their work was half-assed. Half-assed? Try unethical and in violation of basic copyright laws! Brice tells them to take the rest of the afternoon to write their biographies.
Mallory and Christina go to an Indian restaurant. Mallory says that Ace is "the biggest dork in the world." She adds that she's not randomly going to start a relationship with someone if she doesn't feel like there's enough there. Christina interviews that Mallory is naïve about relationships, and Christina thinks it's because she's a virgin, and inexperienced, and that she'll find out that love isn't always easy. Isn't Christina, like, twenty-four? She's talking like she's forty-two. Christina says that she sees a lot of couples in Paris, and that it makes her a little sad. Mallory says that she can go for a while without being in a couple, but eventually she feels like she needs that kind of attention. Christina says that's natural. Mallory interviews that she's not sure of her feelings for Ace, but that there might be something there. Christina tells Mallory that she's thinking straight. She laughs because Mallory is blushing, and tells her that girls have needs, too.
Ace shows Mallory and Christina that he made Drinking Jenga. I'm not going to pretend he was the first person ever to do so, but my friend Justin made Drinking Jenga back in about 1995, and we all told him he should patent it or something. He could be a millionaire now! Ace shows off some of the blocks, and they all start drinking. Mallory ends up drinking a lot of wine. Ace asks what they could all do together this week for fun. Mallory suggests that they all sleep together, and then says she's just kidding. Ace says she's being serious. Ace interviews that he knows Mallory likes him, and that he likes her, but that they've never been able to work it out.