Nicole camera-talks that she knows one of her pledge-sisters ratted. The sisters are gone, and Maggie immediately says it wasn't her. Brooke claims to believe her. Brooke goes off on how ratting is third grade. "Frickin' grow up!" she says. She goes on about ass-kissing and third grade some more. Brooke camera-talks this same thing. "They're not going to want to know me when I find out," says Brooke. The camera keeps going to Maggie. Rat. She even has the beady Anthony Rapp eyes of a rat.
Brooke and Nicole are now talking to Sister Laura. Laura says they're trying to be very "precautious" and give them a good pledge program. Brooke is again thinking of quitting. Ha. Nicole babbles that she would never say anything against something she's trying to be a part of. Lying. Everyone is lying. Laura camera-talks that she's disappointed that someone is ratting on their pledge sisters -- that this should bring them all together, not split them apart. I hope the rat ends up getting fucking shanked with a shiv in the kitchen. Oh, wait. That's Oz.
Night. House. Brooke runs to the door and asks the knocking Maggie and Mackenzie who was tattling. Maggie looks worried. Brooke holds a pledge meeting, because she wants to find out who was ratting. Mackenzie says she didn't do it, but if someone did it, she wouldn't be mad at them. Okay. I don't think it was Mackenzie, but she knows who it was (Maggie). Nicole and Brooke lay out all the specifics the sisters knew and how someone had to have ratted. They go on to say that they were just kidding about the hazing stuff. Maggie is once again licking her fingers. God. She's going to get a social disease. Brooke says that if someone was ballsy enough to rat, they should be ballsy enough to admit it. Julia does the perfect liar's speech of "if it were me, I would tell you," which proves nothing. (Regardless, it was still Maggie's rat-fink ass.) Brooke camera-talks that she thought someone would come forward, but of course no one did.