Brody, of course, calls JB over for a little tit-a-tit. While Audrina is groaning about how JB will never change and how he's pointlessly trying to win her over, Brody is talking her up to JB, making it sound like she's ready to walk down the aisle. Coordinate your talking points, fools! Anyhow, JB is doing the most predictably male thing possible and getting all kinds of turned on now that Audrina is playing hard to get. He tousles her hair and gets all up in her face with his big, creepy beard and greasy Color Me Badd hair. Ick. He starts philosophizing about how short life is. Okay, he's wasted, again. This explains why Audrina's backing off again. She doesn't like fucked-up JB.
No matter, though, because she launches into the same conversation they have had in every back alley and apartment in L.A. Why they think that it will suddenly make sense and afford them some closure in a club where they have to scream in each other's ears to be halfway understood... I don't know. Audrina accuses JB of manipulating her, essentially, by turning her arguments against her and making her feel guilty, stupid, crazy. Because he's smarter than her (not a stretch) but also so very stupid that he takes pleasure in baiting her like this, he retorts, "Well you are crazy." And she bites: "Yeah, crazy in love with someone who doesn't care about me." He wasn't expecting her to go that deep, though, and he might have to engage now instead of just screw with her, so he cuts her off by leaving. Steph tells Audrina not to engage. Everyone looks on uncomfortably, especially Brody because he's the drunken meathead who basically put all these dominoes in place, knowing their only job was to fall. As JB acts like the whole conversation never happened, Audrina looks utterly irritated. On the upside, she's not trailing a single black eyeliner tear down her face. I call that improvement!
Another day. People's Rev. The phone rings... and rings... and rings. Lauren makes the buggy eyes at the inappropriately dressed Steph for not even considering the possibility that she should answer it. Steph does answer it, though, and we realize her first instinct was probably the better one. She answers the phone in a confused tone, then makes the stink eye as she hangs up abruptly, saying, "I think I just hung up on someone." The phone rings again, and Lauren has to pick it up so that the call can be properly transferred. Lesson #1: You usually have to press some buttons before hanging up when you're transferring a call. Sheesh.