Team Orange is done prepping, and Sara N. is going to start making her milkshakes. She looks for ice, which spurs a bit of a discussion between her and Howie as to whether or not milkshakes should have ice in them. Personally, I think it's weird to have ice in them and agree with Howie that they should just be milk and ice cream. "That's really rich," Sara N. protests. "That's what a milkshake is," Howie shrugs. Plus, drunk people? Don't care about their calories in that state. They're not necessarily all, "Oh, can I have a skim milkshake?" after they've siphoned eight to ten cocktails in their system and sweated a tenth of them out. Sara N. throws up her hands and says, "They're YOUR milkshakes, so..." Howie corrects her that they are THEIR milkshakes and then tells us he didn't care if she uses ice, but that's not how he makes milkshakes.
Back over on Team Black, one of the Brians has wedged himself behind the wheel of the catering truck and is bouncing on the seat and pretending to drive. He does know they aren't moving, doesn't he? "Keep it cooking you guys, come on, let's go -- WOOHOOOOOO!" Next thing you know, he's going to be leading them all in a chorus of "The Wheels of the Bus Go Round and Round." CJ notes that "the other team" seemed loud and annoying, but he was concentrating on his team's dishes. Time ticks down, and the teams get ready for the onslaught of camera-whoring drunk people. Or is that "camera-drunken whore people"? ["Wow, that's...so true." -- Miss Alli] While CJ worries that his team isn't fully prepped, one of the Brian's dances (quite literally, I assure you) in the parking lot. There's no music, so we can only assume he's jigging to the tunes that are on a perpetual loop in his head.