Ding dong! It's a brand-new day at The Real World house when the door bell rings. It's a delivery from travel agency Contiki, informing the roommates that it's time to get working on a project together. As the girls excitedly squeal over the...... Read Full Episode Summary »
Parisa becomes frustrated when she discovers that Trisha and Dunbar have been talking behind her back.
Ding dong! It's a brand-new day at The Real World house when the door bell rings. It's a delivery from travel agency Contiki, informing the roommates that it's time to get working on a project together.
As the girls excitedly squeal over the gear in the box, the boys ponder exactly what the job might entail. Cohutta thinks the girls' "real" jobs have consisted of writing sex stories and being professional students, making them quite spoiled when it comes to knowing what hard work really is.
On their first day of work, Parisa skips through the house yelling for everyone to get up, and Dunbar is visibly ticked that she woke him up before he was ready. Once everyone is up, Parisa thinks it's the perfect time to give her gift of song to the household. She belts out "Amazing Grace" in the shower while Dunbar and Trisha comment on how it's "like living with Christina Aguilera gone bad."
After Parisa serves up a scrumptious breakfast, the Real Worlders head off to their new job. In a van with just the boys, Dunbar says he thinks Parisa is feeling a little too "at home" with them. He swears that if she fixes any more midnight snacks to get the boys' attention or wakes him up early in the morning, he's going to go berserk. Isaac thinks Dunbar's taking things too far and he should politely ask Parisa not to wake him up so early in the morning. Isaac and Cohutta agree that they both love Parisa's cooking.
At Contiki, The Real World gang's new boss informs them that they must prepare a two-day trip itinerary of Sydney. That means they'll be visiting fun locations and sampling yummy food -- yes, Christmas has come early! But wait, it's not all fun and games. Once they've created their itinerary, they'll be tour managers that take real clients around Sydney to show them the package they've created. As their boss reads them the company guidelines, Dunbar admits that it's not going to be easy working with one another.
During their first day on the job, the Real Worlders check out a local market and are treated to lunch, complete with a fabulous wine selection. They all want to have a drink, but they need a designated driver. When Trisha says she wasn't going to drink anyway, the gang immediately decides she's the best person for the job -- even though Trisha tells them she has eight tickets and has been in multiple car wrecks. Scared by Trisha's description of her driving skills, Isaac, Cohutta and KellyAnne decide to cab it when they're done. The rest of the gang white-knuckles it home with Trisha at the wheel.
Later, Dunbar can't stop talking about the terrifying car ride home. She warned ya'll! But the boys blame Trisha's lack of driving skills on the fact that she's female, saying all women are bad drivers. Meanwhile, on the other side of the house, the girls complain about the guys' fickleness and how two-faced they've become. Looks like we've got a full-blown battle of the sexes going on!
But, later, instead of it being boys vs. girls, it looks like it's Parisa vs. Dunbar. After talking to Trisha and KellyAnne, Parisa confronts Dunbar about the fact that he was talking smack about her singing and homemade treats. Dunbar is pissed that Trisha is trying to turn Parisa against him and tells Parisa that Trisha makes fun of her all the time, making Parisa question her alliances. It looks like things are about to come to a head in The Real World house!