The kids receive their job assignment. Tyler and Jose bitch about rich Svet and hope that she pulls her weight -- since they need money, and the Russian Princess doesn't. The kids go on a "Ghost Tour" of haunted spots in Key West and learn about a scary doll. The boys then decide to scare the sleeping girls by wrapping Jose in TP, like the doll, and scaring them, or something. Sigh. They show up for their new job at an art gallery. Svet whines and pulls a pouty face; she doesn't "get" art. But their job turns out to be running and setting up a spray tanning salon franchise at the art gallery space. Paula agrees to work on the business...so she can ignore her eating disorder. Good plan. The kids have lunch and all babble about what they hope to do with the job. (In other words, we get to sit in on a business meeting...and it's about that interesting.) Tyler insults Svet by telling her that she annoys him. "Tough love," he calls it. Janelle gets in on picking on Svet. Svet is sad. Zach tries to defend her. Job. The kids paint the walls. Tyler and Svet make up and then play in a bubble bath together. She feels "his junk."
Previously. Svet wanted friends. Paula was jealous of John's pizza. Tyler was mean to Svet's giant boobs. Why would anyone name a child "John" anymore? It's just like saying, "Here. I'll put absolutely no thought into your name. Whatever. John. There, we named him. I'ma go watch some TV."
Credits. Kids. Key West. Water. Many little islands that will soon be underwater. (Oooh. Message-y, this week!)
Water. Water. Key West. Houses. Houses. The house. Montage of Paula hammocking, while inside, Svet does internet research on eating disorders and makes up, like, a cheat sheet or something. The fuck? Janelle and Tyler dis her, Tyler saying that they're not supposed to be doing a research paper, and that they should find Paula a psychologist. Svet snots, sarcastically, "Yeah. Cuz it's that simple." And Tyler threateningly points an envelope at her and warns her not to speak like that to him. Uh, you mean condescendingly? Like, exactly the way you constantly speak to her? Wait, why the hell am I defending Svetlana on The Real World? I don't give a fuck. Be hypocritical all you want, Tyler. I'm going to go make me a bowl of Cheerios-and-bourbon. Svet is wearing thick drag makeup, for some reason, as Tyler continues to dis her plan to hand Paula a piece of paper with facts about anorexia on it. The only way that piece of paper could possibly help Paula is if Svet put peanut butter on it and made Paula eat it. Svet camera-nasals that Tyler is always saying mean things to her to try to hurt her. Yes, and for God's sake don't stop, Tyler. It's funny.
The doorbell rings. Faceless Blonde at the door (not literally faceless; that would be terrifying!). She gives them a piece of paper announcing that they will be starting their new job the next day. Man, I wish employment really worked like that -- that you'd be sitting at your house in your underwear doing nothing and someone would just show up or call to say that you have a job the next day. Oh, yeah, they do have that. It's called "temping." Jose camera-gays that he's excited to work, and that he's tired of sitting on his ass all day. The kids look up something on the internet that leads them to believe they'll be doing something with art. Zach -- his hippie eyes thick-lidded not from pot but from his missing chromosomes -- camera-naps that he always thought they'd be doing something with deep-sea diving, or sharks. Uh, okay.