Vinny meets a Sicilian trick named Gina. As he tries to weasel his way onto her to-do list, he gets to know her entourage consisting -- among others -- of a person named Nicky Ducks and her uncle. Lost cause, man. Move on. Instead, he invites Gina back to the house.
Everyone rolls in merrily, except for... guess who! Upstairs, Sammi is giving Ronnie hell for talking to a girl. He is, as usual, baffled by her "I just ate a shit sandwich" demeanor. She tells him he never loved her and that he hates her. He agrees that, right now, he does hate her a little. Join the club, champ. Sammi threatens to leave the house, so Ronnie angrily dares her to follow through with her empty threats for once. She stomps downstairs to get them both some pizza, so Ronnie takes the opportunity to toss her shit all over the room. The Situation happens upon the rager in progress and wisely keeps to himself, even as Ronnie begins to laugh maniacally. Sammi returns with the pizza, and Ronnie finds it to be insufficient as olive branches go. In fact, he seems to take it as an insult. Apparently the only edible peace offering in his world is a protein shake. Figures. Ronnie points out the tornado of clothing he brought down, and Sammi notices the pile of her belongings on the floor for the first time. She wonders what she did, and all he can do is to keep laughing like a crazypants.
Sitch heads downstairs to update the roomies on the latest chapter of the SamRo 2.0 saga. Quoth Vinny, "If he's giggling, game over." Sitch again wonders whether it's worth it to be in a relationship where you fight all the time. Upstairs, Sammi sobs into her hands as Ronnie pounds his fist into his hand and tells her he could write a book with all the apologies she owes him. He walks out saying her tears mean dick to him. Pauly walks in and looks legitimately freaked out by how horrible these two have become. And that's saying something, not only because Pauly is the most relaxed person in the house, but also because Sammi and Ronnie are regularly on red alert for their belligerence.