Jay, God bless his heart, has a big laugh when Sean confesses that Mike always told him that Kat was excited to meet Sean. "Kat wanted to meet you?" asks Jay in disbelief. "That's what Mike said," says Sean. Jay laughs some more. Oh yeah, and Kat and Jacinda settle into bed that night and dis Sean's manhood.
Back at the racing track, the squiggly writing indicates that it's "Qualifying Day." Mike -- in an interview in which someone has actually managed to pomade his hair into a perfectly unrepulsive 'do -- explains that since it's "Qualifying Day," he has to "qualify," and therefore there must be no more "bullshit." He walks around the racing grounds and shares a couple of cheap laughs with Redgrave, the owner of his team. The battered Doris Day interview with Mike is trotted out again and Mike explains some more about how important it is to "qualify," and then informs us about some other rules about racing that I will never care about. Apparently qualifying is done while no other cars are on the track. Mike qualifies; in other words, he drives really fast around the track. He complains to the mechanic that he can't go very fast. Everyone shrugs and tells him to do his best. He voice-overs that he's having problems qualifying because he can't handle the car well anymore. The results are posted and Mike's way down on the list. Sean explains to Redgrave that Mike is a "lousy qualifier but a great racer," and that he'll see that later on at the race. In another Battered Woman interview, Mike explains that he needs to do better tomorrow. All of his teammates are shown telling him he needs to do better.
It's the morning of the big race. The grounds people at Brand's Hatch are shown getting the track ready for the big day of racing. Mike paces in the garage. His voice-over explains how "ready" he has to be for this big day. Meanwhile, the rest of the house get up, climb into a taxi, and take the train down to Brand's Hatch to see Mike race. One of the editors actually found a moment when Jacinda and Jay are smiling in the cab, so they use that footage to make it look like everyone in the house cares a whole helluva lot about Mike's big race and is stoked to go see this big race. And God bless Sharon! Where would Bunim-Murray be without Sharon and her "I'm terribly excited about..." speeches? If Sharon were trapped in a well by Jame Gumb, you just know that she'd be "terribly excited" about being made into a coat that would actually be worn. So Sharon gives an interview to explain how "terribly excited" she is about finally getting to see Mike race. And, strangely, her hair is out of that bun for the interview. Jacinda voice-overs that they'd gotten no sleep the night before in order to explain the fact that everyone is yawning on the train. The gang finds Mike in the clubhouse. Mike says in an interview that he never imagines that anyone would want to come and see him race. We see Jacinda telling Mike that she's literally pissing in her pants with excitement. Mike looks like he actually believes her. Sharon gets inside the car, which is "terribly exciting" for her. Lars asks Mike why there is a decal on the car that says "Club Duke." "Because Dad paid for the weekend," says Mike. There is a brief pause and then everyone laughs heartily.