Lauren and Brody are hanging out in the tiny pool in Lauren's yard. Brody asks her: "Why you banging Justin Bobby?" Hee! Sometimes I enjoy Brody. I know he's the prototype for a certain kind of douchebag, but there's something so... ridiculous about him and he almost seems like he gets it sometimes. SOMETIMES! I don't love him or anything. Lauren says the whole thing is disgusting and embarrassing. Brody thinks she might just need to let it go, and let Audrina go. Brody counsels her to not waste her energy hating Audrina, and to let the drama go. Lauren can't see why this is a good thing, and Brody explains to her that she'll be better off without Audrina in her life, since Audrina has obviously changed for the worse. Lauren claims that she's already let Audrina go, but Brody knows that she really hasn't. I'm feeling very strange that I'm mostly agreeing with Spencer and Brody so far in this episode. I miss the days when I mostly agreed with Lo.
Audrina's house. Her sister Casey and her horrible tattoos are hanging out on the couch. They're going over decorating ideas, but of course Audrina brings the conversation around to JB again. She's distressed that he hasn't called her back or tried to contact her, and then she starts detailing all of the reasons why he sucks. To wit: he's manipulative, he's cheated on her before (she doesn't say this but she alludes to it), and he seems to enjoy seeing her hurt. So why does she want him to call exactly? Audrina claims to understand why Lauren is upset. Casey is too nice to say that Audrina should apologize, but when she says, "[Lauren] won't forgive you for being the victim until you apologize to her." How is Audrina the victim here? Ugh. You know who Audrina should be mad at? Stupid Dino who started the rumor in the first place. Audrina is scared to apologize, which is probably a sign that she knows she's wrong.