In an interview, Dom slurs that Beth had no right to refuse to speak to David. Y'all, I think Dom might be drinking.
Back in the house, Dom asks Irene to speak to Beth. Irene does. Then Jon does. Irene informs Jon that none of the girls is going to change her mind about David leaving the house. Jon sighs.
So, Irene and Beth are dramatically sequestered in the bathroom, as David tells the boys downstairs that they all better watch their steps around the girls. Because they are vindictive bitches, doncha know? Jon voice-overs that Aaron thought they were being overly harsh to David, Dom was worried about David's career, and he, Jon, thought that while something had to be done, he didn't know if tossing David onto the street was the best solution to the problem.
Dramatically, David opines that if this incident had happened "in the old days," he would have been lynched. Dom, Aaron and Jon just stare at the floor some more.
Jon tells Irene that he and Aaron and Dom are in a difficult position with David and they don't know what to do. Irene snips that they don't have to do anything. Dom softly ventures that he doesn't think David would do anything else. Irene snips that that's what he thinks and that's fine, but "[Dom]'s not in [David]'s head."
In an interview, Jon explains that Irene feels liable, as The Law, in David's presence, and that if she's present at a crime and she doesn't stop it, er, that's, like, bad and stuff.
Irene gets specific in her one-on-one, telling us that "in the Penal Code it's 830.1 status, which means that if you carry a gun, you are a police officer twenty-four hours a day." Irene; you're a freaking bailiff. Get over yourself.