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Xenu seizes the moment to make an announcement: "Dude, I had sex with my first black girl last night!"
THE DON JUANS move on to Brothers, where Travis approaches three tiny girls who look just over 21.
"He-ee-ey!" he calls out, his arms wide. "What are you girls up to? Out being social? Celebrating something?"
Two of the girls look bored and tired, but the one closest to him, in tight jeans and a tiny leather jacket, lights up like a candle.
"We're just having fun, bar-hopping," she says, smiling up at him.
Travis keeps the conversation going for a few minutes, but the girls are decidedly on their way out. When they leave, Travis instantly shifts into analyzing his errors.
"I should have talked to all of them equally," he says. "That's a bad habit I have."
Meanwhile, Franz is at the bar chatting up two girls who say they're sisters. Eventually they lose interest, but Franz is adamant that it's not his fault.
"I didn't approach those girls," he says. "They started talking to me."
Travis and Xenu haven't scored either. Still, as the night comes to a close, Travis is feeling good.
"Hey, do you guys like to do a post-game debrief?" he asks. "We have a hookah in my apartment. We sit on my couch and smoke, my roommates and I, and talk about our man feelings."