Pedro asks Rachel whether she wants kids. Rachel says she does, but that she doesn't want to be pregnant. Pedro pulls the sympathy card and pouts into his coffee that he'd have kids if he were able to. He offers Rachel a bite of the food that was just in his mouth. Rachel tells us that she feels guilty because although she has the "most fun" with Puck, the person in the house she has the most in common with ("besides the fact that he is gay") is Pedro. She says that she can't "live like that." She doesn't want to feel guilty for talking to one or the other.
Rachel and Puck fight about Pedro. Rachel tells us that Puck doesn't respect Pedro, which is why he and Pedro fight so much. Puck says that he doesn't care if Pedro's on Oprah Winfrey. He doesn't like who Pedro is, and he doesn't want to play nice for him. Rachel says that Puck wants people to earn his respect. "I'm high-profile too, man," Puck says, showing us that this entire thing is about jealousy.
The kids all sit around playing a game. They put questions about themselves into a hat and each person has to pick a question out of the hat and...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Kill me. Puck answers his question, telling the group that if he had to change one physical thing about himself, he'd get more tattoos, and that if he had to change one thing emotionally, he'd make himself more sensitive to other people's needs. Someone harshes on Puck for not elaborating, and Puck correctly points out that he answered the question. Pedro's question is what he would change about his living arrangement. Pedro acts like the question was, "Describe in detail gay sex," and Rachel's all encouraging him to speak up; Pedro says he'd like to improve his communication with some of the people in the house. Puck asks how, and Pedro says that if he knew how, he'd just do it. Rachel has to cut in here to tell us that it was "a lot more intense than it may have appeared to be." Good. Because it looked about as intense as that moment I pour sugar into my coffee and I briefly wonder whether I'm going to put too much sugar in my coffee and then I realize that it's really hard to put too much sugar in my coffee and I start thinking about naked Johnny Depp. Puck says that he got Pedro's question. Pedro says that he's wrong. He then says that Puck is "very wrong." Puck realizes that there's no real intensity to being wrong about who wrote his question so he tells Pedro that he's not "very wrong." Cory tells us that she doesn't know how Puck and Pedro will find a common ground. Pedro's question is how he'd like to be remembered after this is all over. Why do we only get Puck's and Pedro's questions? Pedro says that he'd like people to remember his struggle, how he struggles, the struggles that he faces, and the struggles that come from his struggles with struggling. Puck doesn't want to play anymore. Thank you, Puck.