Albert interviews that the ladies might think they are just being fashionably late. Janet interviews that she told them that the girls are representing the Leding family, and that their actions reflect on everyone in the family. Oh, that's bad news. Albert asks the girls if they can speed it up a little bit, because their workday is supposed to start at 6:00 AM. Paris agrees, but she's still in her pajamas. Nicole brushes on even more makeup. The girls interview that they're "really excited about [their] first day of work," and that no one thinks they can do it, but they will.
The ladies start getting dressed in coveralls and mud boots. Albert glances at the clock, which says that it's 6:00 AM right now. Nicole and Paris head outside in their outfits. They've added orange camouflage Von Dutch trucker hats. Didn't we already have the trucker-hat discussion in the last recap? Although I guess this was filmed earlier this year, so maybe I will cut them some slack. Nicole says that it isn't even cute to have to wake up that early. So they plan their days around what might be cute? That explains a lot, actually.
Paris and Nicole hop in their truck and yawn their way to the dairy farm. While Paris drives, Nicole naps. Or she's nodded off. Not sure which. They arrive at Danny's dairy farm, and Paris is grossed out by a real dog nearby. Maybe she doesn't recognize that Tinkerbell and that dog are the same species. I don't think Tinkerbell would recognize that he's the same species as that dog, which appears to be something like a chocolate Lab. Paris thinks the whole place stinks.
Danny drives up in some sort of farm machinery and notes that Nicole and Paris are running a little bit late. He tells the girls to follow him so that they can get punched in. Paris and Nicole have brought their purses for their day of working on the farm. Paris asks if you ever get used to the smell. Not only can you get used to it, but I had a college roommate who loved the smell of manure. Like, she would get all nostalgic about it. But she's kind of weird. Danny promises that you do get used to it, and also that the spot where they will be working won't smell nearly as bad. He tells the girls to punch in using an old-fashioned time clock, like the kind I had at my first real job as a grocery-store cashier. When I was sixteen. Nicole and Paris can't figure out the machine, and Danny chuckles because they've never had to clock in at or even had a real job. Danny asks if they've ever been on a dairy farm before, and they say no. He asks if they like the odor, and they say they don't. Danny tells them that it's not nearly as bad as the perfume they're wearing, and Nicole lets out a startled cackle. I like Danny already.