After a long, rainy afternoon, the GTL 6 arrive home and decide to stay in for a family meal. Deena offers her questionable cooking prowess as the guys watch and snicker. They wonder if they should set places for Sammi and Ronnie, who are elsewhere eating dinner. The fact that they've been gone all day without a word to the others causes no small amount of irritation, and the rift grows. MVPJDS sits down for the First Annual Cool Kids Dinner and speculate where Sammi and Ronnie might be. Unbeknownst to the crappy couple, the others make a decision that SamRo 2.0's decision not to show up to dinner means they're unwilling to resolve their differences with the roommates. It's arbitrary, yes, but not entirely off-base. While Sammi and Ronnie have yet another miserable, silent dinner, the rest of the housemates decide to have the most fun summer eva!
Sammi and Ronnie finally arrive home wordlessly and with a huge, stuffed banana, no less! Offers Pauly, "You can't walk in here with a big banana and expect everything to be peaches." Truer words... The misfits decide to head downstairs and get a cold reception from the roommates. Pauly ultimately calls them out for bailing on the first Sunday dinner, and Vinny interviews that Sammi is acting like a spoiled brat. For her part, Sammi maintains her stance of, "I don't give a fuuuuuck." Deena says Sammi might as well be furniture at this point, because she's boring and adds nothing to the house.
After dinner, the gang heads to the T-shirt shop to reacquaint themselves with Angelina-hater Danny and his many iron-ons. The stupid, immature conflict continues as the kids write down their work schedule, and Sammi insists on writing her own. In an interview, Snooki flips her hair and mocks Sammi for being prissy, which is a pretty strong indictment coming from Snooki.
Back at the house, SamRo 2.0 sequester themselves to their room (why again didn't they pick the twofer?) while the others head up to the roof to bitch about them. Though Snooki still has some hope for a friendship with Sammi and hopes for an apology, JWOWW admits she's given up on her entirely. Thus begins another sad, lonely night for Ronnie, who pines to have fun with his boys but is hamstrung by Sammi's inability to play well with others. He admits that he feels stuck under Sammi's thumb and held back by her misery. So the storm brews...