Harrison asks Juan about it, and he says his man code is about being a gentleman, which doesn't include getting drunk and being belligerent and tugging at Jillian. Mike Steinberg sticks up for Juan by pointing out that all the rest of them were jocks who hung out in frat-houses and whatever, and Juan didn't. And then the drinking thing comes up again, the whole faking of the shot, and the guys seem to think that Juan should have just said he wasn't a big drinker. Juan says he drank half of the shot in question (David rolls his eyes), but didn't want to get all sloppy drunk. And one of the dudes is all, "then just explain that!" and Harrison, who is being mostly awesome tonight, exasperatedly says, "Why would he have to explain it? Who gives a crap?"
Robby says he was the only one who stood by David when he called Juan out, like that's something to be proud of, and he says all the other guys talked crap about Juan but are saying nice things about him now, which I don't imagine is actually true, and it goes on for a long time, and Harrison points out that David threatened violence. David says when he says he wants to beat someone's ass, that doesn't mean he actually wants to kill him or anything. Well, that's a relief. Juan says he was prepared to come on the show, prepared to try to win Jillian's heart, but he wasn't prepared to have some of the guys focus on him so much in a negative way.
And just when you think we're done with the man code nonsense, Harrison unfortunately asks David if anyone else broke the man code, and David says Tanner P did for telling Jillian that someone had a girlfriend. He didn't expect that from Tanner. Juan says, "You thought it was me," but David says he actually thought it was Jake.
Tanner babbles on about Wes revealing to him that he's got a girl back home, and David thought that Wes meant he had an ex-girlfriend back home, and David does point out that Tanner wussed out by not identifying who it was who had the girlfriend (but wouldn't that have violated your precious man code even more) and also by not immediately stepping up and confessing to being the one who told Jillian (Tanner agrees), and Robby whines again about how it cost him one-on-one time with Jillian, and says Tanner should just have outed Wes and saved them all a lot of trouble.