Spencer apologizes for disrespecting Holly, explaining that he's "very emotional these days. Very." He adds that he says what he's feels, which is a direct contradiction to the preceding tirade, but is it really worth my time to parse at this point? No. Moving on, Holly tries to find common ground with Spencer based on her own murderous instincts against people who talk shit about Heidi. She adds, however, that that instinct extends to her mother. She suggests they should all be backing each other up instead of tearing each other down.
Spencer returns to the "just a vagina" statement. Apparently his beef is that Darlene acted like "Jesus or God" in taking offense to Heidi changing her body so radically. Never mind the fact that this is some nut bar reason to be angry he made up in his own head. Holly says as much, claiming that no one ever tried to put Darlene up on the pedestal with deities. He screams at her why he can't then voice his opinion. She screams back about disrespect, though never just hits the nail on the head by calling him a fruitcake and a dickhead.
Holly starts finger waving in her anger as Spencer blusters on about speaking his opinion. Offering yet more proof that he has lost all self-awareness, he yells out, "Hey preacher, preacher, this isn't bible study, this is Earth!" Wait, aren't you the one flying off the handle on behalf of God? Also, what the frak are you talking about? Heidi tries to diffuse the situation once again with the "take a breath" refrain. All it does it to signal Spencer to call Holly a liar and a poseur on his way out the door. Heidi even tells him that was out of line, but he's already slamming the door behind him like a petulant child. No elephant at Spencer's party this year!
Left in the wake of that mess, Heidi apologizes to Holly, who is now weeping. She tries to assure her sister that it doesn't matter what Spencer thinks. She tells Holly her to call her so they can spend time together. Holly croaks that she doesn't even have Heidi's number, and even if she did it wouldn't matter because Spencer is omnipresent. "He scares me!" she cries. Heidi insists that Spencer doesn't really scare Holly, but he does. He's loony tunes, lady. Heidi says she's sick of all the drama and doesn't want to do it any more. Mainly because she can't open her mouth loud enough to yell and her chin no longer trembles when she tears up. Crying is no fun without facial movement!