The other girls don't take to Hannah's shove lightly. Brittany interviews that putting hands on other girls on the house is not appreciated. Analeigh notes that the mood in the hot tub has turned a bit awkward. Isis gives sort of a resigned "Fuck her" look from under her bedraggled weave. Hannah interviews that she doesn't think she pushes people around, but she has her space. She thinks what's important is that Isis is learning her boundaries. I think what's important is that Hannah is about to get her ass beat. She knows this, and gets out of the pool. Nikeysha tells everyone to simmer down and Clark smirks gleefully. Isis notes that the claws aren't out yet, but the cat might be scratching at the door a little bit. I'm not sure that works as a metaphor, but you know what she's saying.
Inside, Sheena and Brittany have a couple of words with Hannah. Sheena says that originally her impression was that Hannah was sweet and friendly, however she deliberately pushed someone and it was rude. Hannah then says that she doesn't appreciate when people come and start dancing on her. Wait, who was dancing on her? It's not like Isis waltzed over and was about to start humping her like Akon. Well, no matter, because bigger things are about to happen. Hannah calls herself "the stereotypical white person." Girl, we crackers have a hard enough time without you telling the rest of the world that we're even lamer than they think. Brittany asks what a stereotypical white person is, and Hannah says that she doesn't really like rap music, and she's not loud. For example, she doesn't go into a room and scream, "HEY!" with her boom box behind her ear playing someone with the prefix "Li'l" in front of their name, and drinking a Colt 45. I mean, seriously. Sheena and Brittany are not amused. Brittany interviews that she does not appreciate the ignorance, and just because she's black she doesn't go around snapping her fingers all day and saying, "Heeeeyyyyy!" There is no certain way to act black, she says. One certain way to act white for sure, though, is to start crying when called out on the fact that you're being offensive, and this is exactly what Hannah does when Brittany and Sheena tell her that she needs to be more conscious and aware of what she's putting out there. Hannah interviews that she was frustrated because she was being honest with Brittany and Sheena, and they were trying to get a reaction out of her. She whitey-bucktooth-sobs to the two of them that she really wasn't trying to offend anyone. Brittany tells her, quite correctly, that she has to be careful of how she comes across. As teary Hannah looks evermore like an albino rat, we head to commercials.