Paris and Nicole take a break and eat some food. They're eating in what looks like the supply closet. I refuse to believe that Sonic doesn't have an actual breakroom. I'm guessing either they made them eat there because it's funnier, or because there were people in the breakroom who didn't want to be on camera. Anyway, Nicole notes that the area is "classy." Nicole can't believe they had to pay for their food. I'll bet they got a discount. Wait, I thought they didn't have any money? Another worker is sitting nearby, and Paris and Nicole make no effort to include her in their conversation at first. Nicole asks her what time they get off work. She says they work from 7 to 3. Nicole asks if it's close to 3 and the girl really bitchily says, "No, it's not even 2 yet!" Why would she say it so bitchily? They must have made her say the line over and over. The time stamp is 9:50 AM, which doesn't make sense, because why would she say it wasn't even 2 yet? She would say it wasn't even 10 yet. Stupid staged non-reality show.
Back at the Leding farm, we check out the chore board. Everyone has done their chores except Paris and Nicole. Their chores are to make their bed, feed the chickens, feed the cows, sweep the kitchen, and take out the trash. Yeah, I'll bet the Ledings trust them to feed the chickens and cows. Janet makes Paris and Nicole's bed over Tinkerbell's protests. Janet and Albert interview that the girls never do their chores. Curly sweeps the floor while Richard takes out the trash. Braxton does the dishes. Albert picks up a tiara and a feather boa from the living room. Janet says that two more people who don't pitch in add a lot of work for everyone else. Finally, someone has written on the chore board under Paris and Nicole's names, "Why write it since they never do it!" And since this is a Bunim-Murray production, there are no consequences for their inaction.