Speidi's real estate parade carries on in Hollywood. They enter a sleek, modern, celeb-style pad. Heidi thinks it's too much of a party house. Which is totally them. She compares it to the last place, saying it's not the suburban starter home she sees herself in. Spencer thinks it's "suburban with an attitude," whatever that means. Heidi dismisses it as a "porno pad." Spencer stays quiet on that one because it would clearly be a case of The Gayface Doth Protest Too Much if he picked that battle. Heidi wanders out onto the deck -- the one thing she likes about the place -- and says the nature elements remind her of home. Spencer tells her it's a good thing she likes the view because she'll be seeing it for a long time moving forward. He put a deposit down without talking to her first. Classic Spencer. Heidi is not impressed.
Audrina's house. Lo and ShePratt say they've been going out without her and encountering some crazy bitches. As usual, it's ShePratt who races to the point: Kristin was a major hussy at Frankie's birthday. Audrina thinks if they give Kristin enough rope, she'll hang herself with it. It's a fair point, but Lo remains bothered that Kristin won't even act cordial with them. She says you don't act that way with your girlfriends. Again, a fair point. Doesn't apply here. Audrina says that Kristin shouldn't just traipse in and start messing with people's lives because they have feelings and hearts. Of course, I read this on the meta level, talking about how Kristin basically took over their show. Though I suspect Audrina, as much as she claims to be an actress, may mean it literally. Which is just kind of sad. And funny. These aren't real people or real relationships, silly girl. ShePratt takes that as her in to talk about JB and Kristin flirting at Frankie's party. She sticks the knife in real good, saying they probably went home together. Audrina squeezes a tear from the bag of saline strapped in her eyelid. Adele starts crooning "Hometown Glory." At last, some authentic emotion!