Paris and Nicole interview that Danny was rude to them and treated them like animals. Paris and Nicole take a nap inside Danny's house. Danny comes in and asks what they're doing and how long they've been asleep. Paris says they're just lying there and trying to sleep. Danny says he's decided to let them go, and that he thinks it would be easier to finish up by himself. Danny says that the girls have been there nine hours, and worked for six, so he has their pay -- forty-two dollars each. Danny adds, "I'm not sure exactly what it is what y'all are looking for in life, but I hope you find it." Paris and Nicole thank him, although I'm not sure that was a positive thing for him to say.
Paris and Nicole hop into Big Blue (their pick-up) and head home. Paris complains that they only got forty-two dollars for "all that work," and that they should have at least gotten fifty. Nicole complains that they only got five dollars an hour, and in defense of her math skills, maybe she's thinking that they were there nine hours, even though Danny clearly said they were only being paid for six. So she's more at fault for poor listening skills than poor math. Paris says that she hates cows.
Nicole and Paris sit somewhere and discuss their first day of work. Paris says she can't believe that they got fired on their first day. Nicole can't imagine doing that every day. Paris thinks Albert will be really upset, and Nicole says that she's scared to go home.
Back at the house, Albert tells Janet that he just got a call from Danny, and that the girls got fired. Janet asks if he's really surprised, and Albert says he sort of is, because he figured they could handle working at the dairy. He looks out the window, where Paris and Nicole are just pulling in.
Paris and Nicole walk into the house and tell Curly that it was the worst day of their lives. They repeat that sentiment to Albert. After showering, they discuss whether Albert is really mad. Paris thinks that girls shouldn't have to do that kind of hard work. I'd like to see them repeat that to Janet. Or Curly, for that matter. Nicole says that they smelled really bad, and then says that she's looking forward to the barbecue that night. She thinks Justin might bring some hot guys. Yeah, hot underaged guys.