Rosanna, even though she wasn't there, has to put in her opinion here. "We are a group. We always stress that we get along. And the reason why we get along is because we work through stuff." She laughs and says this is how friendships work.
Ana Maria weighs in. "I just think that you know, if you need to let off some steam you need to do it, you need to get out, get it over with. I think they worked it out because they were talking outside for a while and they came back in and everything seemed to be pretty cool." Man. Why isn't that in the episode? Why? SHOW. Don't TELL. God.
The narrator again: "The fight seems to have opened up other wounds. Because of the hardships of living together and being completely sequestered from the public, the isolation hits home and the girls begin to reflect on what they've left behind." Through this we see the girls walking, sleeping, shooting their videos, and posing for pictures. I don't know. Rosanna walks by drinking coffee. We watch her sit and stare at something. Ana Maria poses for a picture.
Ana Maria tells us that it was really hard leaving her family because she always thought she'd be in a group with her sister and now she's separated from her. It takes a long time and lots of tears for her to say this. Well, we don't really see tears, but she tries really hard to kinda cry.
Maile sits and stares and then tells us that her whole life has changed and this is hard. She's given up her life and it's changed her relationships. In a split screen we see her talking to people we've never met before and that I guess are supposed to be her family.
Rosanna tells us that her brother's been watching the show and told her he understands her more. We see a picture of him. He's young, and she says he's also like her son. She cries and says it's hard to be away from him.