Back at the Leding house, Braxton is taking his babysitting job very seriously. He decides to show Tinkerbell a cow. Braxton holds Tinkerbell out and announces, "Cow, meet Tinkerbell." Then he takes Tinkerbell over to the swingset and puts her on the top of the slide. Tinkerbell doesn't seem really interested in going down the slide, so Braxton gives her a helping hand. Tinkerbell crashes to the bottom and runs off with her tail between her legs. Shouldn't someone be supervising that kid?
Danny tells Paris and Nicole that it's time to bottle some milk. Paris asks whether the milk is pasteurized, and I can't even believe that she knew that word. Danny says it's not. Paris asks who drinks it, and Danny says that people drink it. He shows the girls a hose attached to a tank, and a number of milk bottles sitting on a table. He leaves to go open the tank, and Paris murmurs to Nicole that she would never drink this. What does she think happened in the days before pasteurization? That people just didn't drink milk? Danny tells the girls that they have to fill the bottles with milk and then put them in crates. He adds that the bottles cost seventy-five cents each, and that whatever they break will come out of their paycheck, so they won't be able to go to the tanning bed. Heh. Danny tells them that they need to be done by 11:00 AM, and to make sure that the bottles are filled all the way up. I'm so sure that a dairy farm of this size hand-fills milk bottles. This smells like something the producers cooked up to create an impossible situation and then let us all watch Paris and Nicole fail.
Paris and Nicole start filling the bottles. Paris tells Nicole to make sure that she fills the bottles to the top. They start filling bottles without turning off the hose when switching to a new bottle, which makes things go faster, but which also causes milk to spill on the ground. Danny comes back to check on things, and warns them not to spill any milk. The number of bottles is just ridiculous. The girls switch to a system where Paris is holding the hose (dirty!) and Nicole switches and caps the bottles.