Back at the Casa de Kvetching, Real bitches some more about Hoopz and Whiteboy. Now that he's had a chance to cogitate on the matter, he is convinced that Chance is right and Whiteboy is hot for Hoopz. Real can't believe that Whiteboy would make a play for a girl that Real likes. Total violation of the Bro Code. We, the television audience, are given evidence of this travesty via clips of Hoopz and Whiteboy canoodling under the covers and on the balcony. With all the bed time Hoopz has spent with Real and Whiteboy, I hope Hoopz's supposed back-home boyfriend is really, really open-minded about Hoopz's ho-ishness. But since I don't think he actually exists, I guess he'd be okay with his girlfriend being a skank. Real is determined to get his revenge on Whiteboy for this hos before bros farce. I would say this whole betrayal and backstabbing seems scripted, but I know this is reality television so it cannot be. Real tracks down Hoopz in the kitchen and decides that he has to tell her that Chance said Whiteboy called her a @#$*. She is shocked that Whiteboy would call her a @#$*. She doesn't believe it. A @#$*? I can't decode it. I can't figure it out. It's fun to try though.
Hoopz is pissed. So pissed that she is actually talking to Pumkin about the Whiteboy situation. Real knows that time is of the essence. If he is going to eliminate Whiteboy as a threat on the show or in the bedroom, he must act quickly. He decides to call a meeting. He asks Whiteboy and Hoopz to meet him in his room. He applies deodorant. He's prepared. He asks Whiteboy and Hoopz what's up. They deny any collusion. Whiteboy confesses that he thinks she's hot. Half the conversation is spoken in their trademarked faux gangsta parlance and the other half of the conversation is bleeped, so it is difficult to make out what exactly is being said. Suffice it to say that Hoopz calls out Whiteboy who denies saying anything. Whiteboy is pissed at Real for putting ideas in Hoopz's head. No one is looking at each other. Awkward!