Leeza says that you felt that the Ledings worried out of love, and she asks what they wanted for the girls. Albert says that they wanted to teach Nicole and Paris the Ledings' values and their sense of family. Leeza asks if the girls took anything away from that. Paris and Nicole nod. Leeza asks what they took, specifically. Nicole says that her parents are divorced, so she had a very different household than the Ledings', and she admires how three generations of the family live together under one roof. Nicole tells about how, when the curfew was discussed, Justin told her that his parents wait up for them. Is that so unusual? My parents (well, my mom) always waited up for me, at least when I was in high school. Nicole immediately wondered how to lie and sneak out, and Justin says that he doesn't. Nicole concludes that they're honest with each other, and she admires that. Paris says that her parents are still together, and that she really loves how close the Ledings are.
Leeza says she can understand why the Ledings worried, for a lot of reasons, but that one reason was that the truck was never working. Paris thinks the problem was with the truck, and Janet peanut-galleries, "I think it was the driver." Albert dies laughing. Janet says she thinks that if Paris had babied it a little more, it would have lasted longer. Nicole says that Paris only knows how to floor it, and then brake. Leeza introduces a clip package featuring Paris and Nicole driving. This is new footage, but most of it features the truck smoking and Paris complaining about the car. Hello! If the truck starts overheating, turn on the heat until you can get home. My first car used to overheat on a daily basis in the summertime, and that trick always worked for me! Leeza asks Paris if she thinks they trashed it. Paris thinks they made it prettier. Oh, so the truck they drove onto the stage is that same truck? And it's now pink? Albert says that it will catch everyone's attention.
Leeza says that she and her daughter watched the show for the clothes. She let her daughter watch this show? Leeza seeks Janet's help in describing the girls' outfits, and Janet says that most of them weren't "much bigger than washcloths." Janet has a little bit of a crazy giggle, but maybe she's just nervous. At Leeza's prompting, Richard says that the girls looked very good. And, the dirty old man meter goes up another notch. Leeza points out that Richard has granddaughters, and asks how he would feel if they dressed like Paris and Nicole do. Richard says that it's "strictly up to them," and why is dirty old man Richard more open-minded about this issue than Leeza is? Because Leeza sucks. Leeza says that Albert seemed embarrassed by some of what the girls wore. Albert blushes and says he doesn't know. Leeza says that Justin didn't seem to have a problem with them. Justin thinks they were fine. Because he's a boy! And boys like half-naked girls! Even if they are supposed to think of them as sisters! This whole thing just took a very Flowers In The Attic turn. Janet says that Justin liked the fashion shows Paris put on.