Three housemates remain. Included: Ray and Jake make a pact and take extreme measures to get rid of Chi Chi, but when the plot fails, they resort to a more traditional plan of keeping friends close and enemies closer.
Claude is gone, and Bobbie becomes host, deciding that everyone needs pointers on how to be a real reality star; Minou thinks she has learned enough, but soon makes the painful discovery that you're never too old to learn new shtick.
It's a free for all on “Life's a Zoo.tv” when the housemates take over the show and decide they can make better TV themselves. What sounds like a good idea soon turns into a hospital drama when one of Ray's pranks goes rogue.
Life's a Zoo.tv blows its budget on a new opening; and cost-cutting measures reduce the contestants to cartoon characters. After a sponsor comes to the rescue, a renovation disaster ensues and Rico fails to deliver on what should be a slam dunk.
The contestants awake to find their most-prized possessions missing, and they get nasty as they attempt to live without them for 24 hours straight. Meanwhile, Ray finds God and Jake almost meets the Almighty.
After going six days without sleep during a no-sleep contest, Jake finally wins the almighty prize of papaya. Paranoia, rage and pure insanity ensue as Jake protects his papaya from his housemates and their greedy stares.
Reality unravels when it's revealed there's a fortune hidden in the Life's a Zoo.tv mansion and a psycho is on the loose. Meanwhile, Morreski has a psychotic episode of his own when he's told he can't drink for a week.
After a harrowing fake flight to the Life's a Zoo.tv mansion, the contestants begin living in "reality" surrounded by cameras 24/7. As they race to find their rooms, friendships and enemies are quickly made.