Andy then asks a question "from a viewer" (you know he makes these up himself) about why Danielle, a grown woman, would get in a Facebook war with a teenager. Danielle denies ever responding. Jacqueline claims she saw responses. Then Jacqueline claims Danielle wished some Twitter fool that all his birthday wishes come true, but it happened that his wish was that Ashley Holmes commit suicide. Danielle denies this, too, so Jacqueline pulls out proof. But it's not very good proof in that it could be very easily doctored and so Danielle denies it some more. Everyone is pretty calm about this charade right now because this is what happens when your spirit is crushed and the light has gone out of your eyes. Danielle denies more vehemently that she responded, Caroline calls her out about her denials, but no one's heart is really in it anymore. Danielle denies some more and then apologizes if she happened to reply to the twitard without reading his entire 140-character tweet. What? That's a lot of letters, spaces, and symbols.
We come back from the break and Bravo Andy is looking rather haggard. And can you blame him? He sighs realizing that he has no choice but to run the clips of The Fight. He rolls the clips and we see Teresa stake out a hallway and pounce when Danielle walks by. Then we see Teresa call Danielle "honey" and then "bitch" and then flip the fuck out when Danielle claims her house is in foreclosure. Then we see Jacqueline screaming at Danielle, then we see Danielle running, Teresa knocking over old ladies, Danielle crying, Ashley pulling her hair, Danielle crying, and then Danielle pressing charges. Wasn't it a gay old time? Bravo Andy asks the big question: Who started the fight? Teresa claims she just wanted to say hi to an old pal. It is mind boggling how unaware Teresa is. Also, how deluded. Also how Andy doesn't call her on it AT ALL. He is probably scared of her.