That night, Sammi and Ronnie get ready for a dinner date, where I'm sure the night will be filled with sparkling conversation. Sammi and Ronnie agree they're not sick of each other -- never a better basis for a long-term relationship (that and infidelity!) -- and make a plan to smush later. Ronnie thinks all the trials they've face, all of which were of his own making I should add, have only brought them closer together.
Back at the house, JWOWW and Snooki head out for a relaxing night together as Vinny and Sitch chill in the hot tub together. Sammi and Ronnie return home, so Vinny checks with Sammi to make sure she's not mad at him. He wonders why he's the only person that can see the whole picture and recognize that Angelina's a double-crossing skank. Well, for starters Vinny because you're the only one with half a brain. These people were not cast from the Mensa applicant pool is all I'm saying. Sammi insists that she refuses to hang out with JWOWW and Snooki anymore because they're not "real." Vinny says Angelina's not "real" either, and Sammi's all, "Exactly." What? Vinny breaks it down that, while Angelina may not have physically written the note, she told the other girls what to put in it. Sammi walks inside processing that piece of information. With any luck and some serious advances in science, she might actually understand what just happened at some point in the next several decades. And then she'd still end up with Ronnie.
Inside, Angelina shows of her piddling gift to Pauly and brags about her cheesebag boyfriend stopping by work. Pauly lays down the rules of the game wherein gifts are presented in exchange for sexual services. Angelina says she doesn't want to let Jose "hit that," and the guys agree that he's getting played.
While they go out to dinner, the others head to a pool hall/game center. Sammi continues to brag about her whack fighting skills when in walk JWOWW and Snooki. Sammi seeks solace in Sitch's sister. JWOWW and Snooki ignore the shit out of her, which they should have been doing their entire lives. And then nothing happens. Well that was worth my time!