MPDP appears in front of a building that says "City of O'Fallon," wearing a hot pink and black bowling shirt over a white tank top. MPDP, not the building. She's got a pink rose and sniffs it dramatically, saying "love has sprung here in O'Fallon" because each pair of homeowners is planning their wedding. MPDP informs us that they've decided to redo their "girly-girl bedrooms" into something more appropriate for couples. She takes another hit off the rose.
Bowling pins'-eye view of Vern and Gen hurling their balls down two lanes. Apparently, they're near the International Bowling Museum. Vern's is a gutter ball; Gen hits a couple of pins. I'm sure there's some technical term for that, but I can't remember it, since the last time I went bowling was probably around the time the Captain and Tennille were warbling (for reasons passing understanding) "Muskrat Love." Ty's jumping around behind the pins and setting them up. Is there a technical term for that role? Pin-boy or pin-guy...? Pinhead will do. ["Generally, bowling pins are reset by an electric pinsetting machine, but no one ever said Ty was smarter than a machine." -- Wing Chun] Gen and Vern both have bowling shirts embroidered with their names. Insert the expected jazz about "bowling over" and "time to spare" etc.
We see Tracy and Rick shooting pool in a bar. Her bedroom now is pale, powdery pink, and they want something bolder and more vibrant. It's got off-white wicker furniture that's on the yucky side, and a tired-looking wooden headboard. The trim and fabrics in the room are white and the carpet is...well, it's hard to say what colour: taupey-beige? Beigey-brown? Rosy taupe? Something like that. The closet doors are six-panel faux-Colonial. That's about all there is to the room. Rick complains about the pink and says he likes bold colours -- Tracy teases him about being a "manly man" -- and describes the room as "just nasty." Tracy wants to get rid of the white wicker, which she describes as "really awful," but then she says it goes with some of the antiques they've collected. I don't get it. Rick says he's into "tigers, medieval, a dragon..." and suddenly I'm really grateful Kia isn't doing this room (like I wasn't already). Tracy rolls her eyes and adds, "Black leather, black lacquer..." Ooh, even more grateful Kia's nowhere in site. Can you just imagine the room she'd come up with for this guy? No, don't even go there. It's too painful. Rick says that orange is his favourite colour. Tracy likes "bold colours but not necessarily bright [ones]." They agree that Rick likes to draw attention.