Is it cancelled yet?
After the pointless thirty-minute-mark recap (it's not like the show doesn't repeat everything endlessly anyway), we return to see Tru serving the guys drinks. Forrest's drink is yucky to remind us all that Tru isn't a bartender, because we have to take drugs to get through this show and we got confused and thought we were watching Coyote Ugly. She serves two of the other fratties, but one of them isn't interested in a drink. Tru overhears the non-drinker worrying to the other fratty that it's "wrong" for them to all be there together. The other fratty tells him to relax and not bring "it" up. Whatever "it" is, which is so obviously the reason why they're all gonna die. She heads back to the bar and pulls out a napkin. There she writes down a one- or two-word description of each of the fratties -- see, even she can't be bothered with their names -- so she can keep track of the potential suspects.
Uh oh. This hotel room has a Random Forrest Generator! Suddenly he's right behind her. She offers to get him a drink, but he wants to do it himself because it makes him look suspicious. He wants to use the bottles under the counter, but Tru spouts out some nonsense about those bottles being the cheap hotel booze, and she has better stuff for them. Forrest stands with his arms folded and repeats the blather about Tru being a "gift" from the hotel. He says to give the manager his thanks. Then he says suspiciously, "Better yet, why don't you give me his name and I'll do it myself." See, he's all suspicious because well, because it makes him look like the killer. So of course, he's not, and his confrontational attitude just looks ridiculous in retrospect. Tru blathers out some lie that the manager is home now with his family, but she promises to let him know in the morning.
They're interrupted by the other fratties watching themselves on a video getting all homoerotic with the beer and touch football in college. This goes on for a bit, and then the camera turns to pick up some young woman wandering nearby. It's the woman we saw dead at the beginning of the episode. The fratties all suddenly get silent so we can all hear the sad music on the soundtrack.
But never mind the sorrow, the stripper's here! Yay! Well, let's hope she's better than her co-worker. Incidentally, Turquoise doesn't seem to even notice Tru or recognize her from earlier in the day. And she isn't even wearing anything green. How stupid. So she strips for the guys to bad music, and the fratties all go "Woooooo!" God, she's wearing even more clothes than the woman in the strip club. She's wearing a one-piece bathing suit. Isn't the point of stripping to be wearing less clothing then you'd see at a suburban public pool?