The guys cook a lovely Sunday dinner, while the girls are trying to dress as "40-year-old from the Yonkahs", but it kind just looks like what they normally dress like, expect for maybe Sammi wearing something besides a scowl. So things are awkward, as they often are after weekends of heavy drinking where everyone is terrible to one another. This conversation isn't as offensively homophobic as I would have feared, because everyone really seems to care less about Deena hooking up with another woman and way more about committing robbery. Pauly rises from his chair and screams in his theatrical voice, as he does. Vinny seems really hurt; it's lame and needlessly dramatic.
I don't think it's as lame that Deena is genuinely upset, because last year it was MVP D (or something), and now it's all, "DEENA'S A C*CKBLOCK" (apparently you can't say the words cock[block], rimjob or Guinea [tee] on this show, which is a good thing, really). So much back and forth with this. There's talk between Vinny and Pauly of moving Deena's bed, which they call a "prank," but obviously it's not one, and is just going to make Deena feel horrible. It does, and I fondly remember the days when a prank was just hiding cheese under Vinny's bed.
I can't believe there's this much fighting in the house and it isn't coming from Sam and Ron. Deena says she's having an anxiety attack, and given how fast her breathing is, it sort of actually seems like she is. Sam is an excellent Momma Bird, as is JWOWW. I wish Roger was in the house, wouldn't that be nice? JWOWW summons Deena so they can finally end this drama -- again, which is totally just Vinny acting weird and defensive, probably out of insecurity of not having shtupped enough women yet. Or maybe it's out of an entirely different sexual frustration and Vinny is upset at the double standard in our (his?) society that a girl can fool around with another girl and it's okay, but two guys -- say, roommates/reality show castmates -- would never be socially allowed to hook up on television without their reputations being forever tarnished. We're getting close to something, people. This is real.