Rozlyn, speaking VERY quickly, says her friendship started with the producer when he came to her hometown for interviews, and nothing inappropriate happened. In fact, she says nothing physical happened between them, and they were always just friends. She's acting a little too ingÃ©nue to be believable, like she has no idea where this question about her relationship with the producer is going.
Harrison's all, so when I told you that a "line was crossed," why didn't you tell me I was out of my mind? And Rozlyn babbles about how she thought Harrison was talking about using the producer's phone to call her kid. And she intimates she didn't get to do that, and Ella calls bullshit on that (but given that this show clearly manipulates some of the drama, I don't find it that hard to believe), with Rozlyn snippily saying Ella's ex-husband signed the release so he could be on the show, and Valishia, who apparently has kids? Plural? Says this is a totally different thing. My theory? When Harrison confronted her about it, she had no idea that show didn't have any video of a physical relationship. By this point, she knows they apparently don't, or it would have surfaced by now. I mean, Rozlyn is a hundred times more outraged and surprised by these allegations of an inappropriate relationship tonight than she was when she was booted off the show. You're telling me that if someone accused you of an "inappropriate relationship" and "crossing a line," you'd think, "Yeah, the guy did let me use his phone"?
Rozyln outright denies that anything physical happened, and rather ridiculously looks surprised at the question, in a protesting-too-much kind of way. "I'm sorry you're having such a hard time understanding," she says. God, what a piece of work. Harrison says sometimes when his kids are talking about unicorns and magicians, he points out that the simplest story is usually the correct one. Which sounds kind of buzz-killing with his kids' imaginations, but you take his point. Rozlyn's story is all over the place.
"The only thing this has to do with was your inappropriate physical relationship with our producer," says Harrison, and an increasingly combative Rozlyn says she has no idea what this inappropriate relationship is that he's speaking of, and Harrison, visibly getting more annoyed, says we're going to be getting into it.
After the commercial break, Jake asks the women what it was that they saw, since Rozlyn has accused them of being vague. Christina says they all saw her cuddling 24/7, touching his thighs. "You guys are so silly," says Rozlyn, trying hard not to turn into a raging she-demon. Jessie tells her about seeing Rozlyn making out, swearing on her dog's life. Rozlyn swears on her child's life, that it never happened, drawing gasps from the audience. I gotta say, I don't think that's cool to do, innocent or guilty.