Back from commercial, and the Battle of New Orleans is still in full effect. Julie grabs Melissa and says that they need to talk about this and get closure. Kelley beats a quick retreat, saying that she doesn't think she can help the situation. Julie pushes Melissa down onto some steps, and I mean that Julie literally grabs her and pushes her down. Melissa says she wants to leave the show, and that she hates this life, and that nothing makes her happy there. Julie says that she feels bad that she is adding to Melissa's misery, and it's killing her because Melissa is the most important person to her in the house. She would feel terrible if she contributed to Melissa leaving. In an interview, Julie says that for the first time, she saw Melissa open up and be true to her emotions. In an interview, Melissa says that she never thought that Julie would be in her life, but she now hopes to continue their friendship for a long time. I don't understand how they could be screaming at each other on the street, and then five minutes later, they are all BFF. But, as stated earlier, there are a lot of things about this show that I don't get.
Julie and Melissa are putting makeup on in the bathroom. Julie says that none of their earlier conversation made "rationale" to her until they sat down on the steps. Funny, that's about where it all fell apart for me. Julie says she can't "function in anger." Melissa says that is the only way she knows how to function, and that she works in happiness or anger, but no in between. In an interview, Melissa says it helps to know that she can talk to Julie about anything. Except God, of course. Or Mormonism. Julie comments that their makeup is symbolic because it covers up what's important. Shut up, Julie.
735Kelley is over visiting Matt. Tonight, she is wearing a black bandanna on her head and a T-shirt with a small Playboy bunny on the chest, with jeans. Matt charms her by talking about goats. He really knows how to sweet-talk a girl, eh? In an interview, Matt says he likes to get to know a girl as friends before asking her out. The two lovebirds play pool. 735Kelley says that she's an only child, so she didn't learn how to share. Matt says he has five siblings that he loves, and they are his best friends. They hug again, and 735Kelley drives away into the not. In an interview, Matt says that she's really hot but he doesn't know. So from that scene, I got that Matt likes her, but he's not sure what the potential is for long-term.