It's a "My Name Is Earl" reunion as the Chances throw a birthday party for Hope. Jason Lee reprises his guest-star role as ex-rock star Smokey Floyd.
As pressure builds for her big solo performance, Aubrey looks to ex-Danity Kane member Aundrea for support. Aubrey finally tells Diddy how she really feels.
After getting publicly fired by Diddy from multiplatinum pop group Danity Kane, Aubrey O'Day returns to the spotlight and attempts a comeback as a solo artist.
In week five of the competition, 50 Cent tells campers that it's time to, "see things for what they really are," not only in business, but in each other. And what the campers see isn't too pretty. As campers assume the roles of one another, hurtful truths are on display for all to see. Later, 50 Cent, along with guest star, Aubrey O'Day, of Danity Kane, puts the campers through a test that requires both brains and brawn - assembling 30 foot 'billboard' puzzles. The losing team's punishment will be remembered for a long time. Musso, thus far a strong competitor, begins to feel the pressure from his fellow campers as well as 50 and threatens to leave camp for good. Assuming the role of Public Enemy #1, will he survive another week at camp?
Nine G's remain in the Club. After Mr. Bentley chose not to send anyone home at the last chapter meeting, a few G's have some serious making up to do. The G's are in for a surprise when they take a field trip to the other kind of "Gentlemen’s Club" and realize it's less about lap dances than about the lessons of chivalry. The guys are put to the test when they must throw a party for the smoking hot girl band Danity Kane. Who steps up as Gent and who goes down in flames and body shots? Later two G's get physical, the house nearly explodes, and one G's journey ends abruptly.
Nine G's remain in the Club. After Mr. Bentley chose not to send anyone home at the last chapter meeting, a few G's have some serious making up to do.
The lead singer in "Danity Kane," one of the hottest all-girl bands with multi-platinum albums, Aubrey O'Day had it all -- fame, glamour, talent and an entourage. But her sassiness got the best of her and she was ultimately fired in the most shocking way -- on national TV during an episode of "Making the Band" -- by her demanding boss, Diddy. Now O'Day is ready to make a comeback and stake her claim in the industry.
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