Meanwhile, Robin and Mike are having another innocent arm-in-arm date. They walk out on the beach, and Mike lays his shirt down so that Robin can sit on it. Mike asks if she's worried about how it will look when she gets arrested, and tries to assure her that it's no big deal. Robin interviews that Mike has completely changed her impression of the Marine. Mike says that Marines are stereotyped as fighting a lot, which is partly true. Robin interviews that she's glad that Mike is in her life right now.
The limo arrives at the house. Cameran asks Ryan what's wrong with him, and he feigns ignorance. Ryan tries to persuade Cameran to come inside. Cameran interviews that there's something shady about the whole crowd, but that she agreed to go in the house anyway. Everyone walks into the house, which seems really empty for a place that was allegedly hosting a party. The girls dance around and drink. There's one guy who is so sketchy-looking. He looks just like Alfred Molina in Boogie Nights, but about ten years younger and five inches taller. Frankie busts in on Adam in the bathroom and says she's just looking at the room. What was that about? Cameran tells Jamie that she feels uncomfortable. Cameran interviews that Ryan was missing in action, and that it was fascinating to see how people acted. Frankie interviews that it's a big city and that "Cameran is naïve to what I would call a faster lifestyle." See, I don't get what that means. Drugs? Orgies? Porn? Souped-up race cars?
Someone comes into the room and announces that everyone has to leave because someone's car got wrecked. In a confessional, Jamie says that they were shoved out the back door like they weren't wanted anymore. Cameran walks outside and looks pissed. The camera zooms in on Ryan arguing with an older blur-faced man. The older man shoves Ryan, and then swats him on the ass like he's spanking him. Wuh? What the hell was that? In a confessional, Jamie says that Ryan got bitch-slapped by [bleep], and that they were all ordered to leave. Cameran tells Frankie and Jamie that the whole thing is shady and she wants to leave. Alfred Molina is all, "Let's go!" and Cameran yells that she doesn't trust him or anyone in the house. Cameran stalks off and calls them all "shady-ass people." Alfred Molina and Jamie laugh at her. Cameran says that she may be from a small town, but that she knows that she wants out.