Snooki heads out for a smoke break with Sitch and proceeds to ream him out for hooking up with an ugly chick (her judgment, not mine, BTW). Sitch tries to sweet talk Snooki, telling her he would have gone home with her but that she "just not somebody to take home." They agree that they're really close and care about each other more than friends. He says he's grown to love her personality and love her as a person. She puts the brakes on: "You know that we're just really good friends, right? And that's it." He thinks she isn't telling the truth and that there's a spark between them, but she sticks to her guns. Is this really an appropriate conversation to be having, like, five minutes after you just got all the goods from another chick?
The next day, everyone but Ronnie and Snooki head out for laundry and food. Vinny tells Sammi he won't have any more of her Ronnie drama. In her own defense, Sammi says she's avoided the fight and went to bed. Vinny congratulates her on that. The group consensus is that Sammi and Ronnie need to stop sticking their noses in each other's business. Sammi says she's doing the best she can. Everyone is ready to move on to the next topic, so of course The Situation starts talking about how Ronnie claimed he was going to bring five girls home. Sammi looks at him with a look of pure hatred before she realizes she needs to rein it in and act nonchalant.
They head back home as night falls, and Ronnie and Vinny decide to take a romantic dip in the hot tub. That hot tub that lights up in the colors of the rainbow, if you know what I'm saying. A bit later, it's bed time. Sitch weirdly piles into Deena's bed and attempts to cuddle with her for about 13 seconds before she gets uncomfortable and rolls out, claiming she needs to go smoke.
The next evening as they get ready to head out, Deena relates the weirdness to her roommates. They leave the house and head to a rooftop bar where Snooki shouts, "I love Rome! I mean Italy!" And the roommates admire "The Vatican" some more, wherein Ronnie claims that Leonardo da Vinci painted the Sistine Chapel. Vinny: "I'm pretty sure it was Michelangelo." Once they've teased Ronnie a little, Pauly moves on to Sitch, using Deena's story as ammunition. Things get awkward, and Sitch is all, "Just so you know, I don't want you." Say it again kid: Sbruffone. That comment might even get an upgrade to stronzo. Deena feels especially betrayed by Pauly for selling her out. Snooki thinks Pauly should be smart enough to realize that it'll hurt a little extra if Pauly turns on her like that. For his part, Pauly thinks it's no big deal. The gang decides to do a shot and move on.