Nicole says she gets that the women are traditional, and then sighs with exasperation. She sits there for a moment, and then falls out of her chair onto the floor and cries, "They're squares, you guys! They're quilts! Make it fun! Make it exciting!" Paris adds that it's boring to talk about quilts. Nicole asks if the quilters gossip about boys, and whether they have any hot sons. One woman says that they have hot grandsons. Nicole wishes she had met that lady the first day they were there. Nicole and Paris stand up to leave. Nicole commands the women, "Tell your grandsons we're in town! We're single, and we're here for five weeks." Paris adds, "And we're bored. We're very bored." Nicole caps their parting words off: "And horny." Well, after they came in and made fun of the women's hobby, and were completely disrespectful, I can't imagine why the women aren't jumping at the chance to hook up their grandsons.
Paris talks on the phone to her sister, Nicky, complaining that everything is really boring in Altus. Paris says that there are only eight hundred people in the whole town, and that it's the smallest town ever. I think Dellview, North Carolina would have something to say about that, since it has a population of ten. Paris explains that their money and credit cards have been taken away, and that she and Nicole have to make their own money, and that every day is a different job. Well, maybe if they didn't suck and get fired every day, that might change. Nicky must say something to the effect that it sounds kind of fun, because Paris says that it's not fun, and that it's hard, and she'd like to see Nicky try it. From what I've read, they did ask Nicky to try it, and Nicky was smart enough to say no. Paris hangs up the phone.