Back in the house, The Law explains that if she lets anything possibly criminal go down in the house, she can get in deep shit. As an example, she brings up the Great Styrofoam War of '93, in which David jumped Jon for not picking up his packing materials, and again, we are treated to the Sepia-Toned Flashback of Dramatic Convenience.
In an interview, David admits that choking Jon was "crossing the line." Thanks for the newflash, Punchy McViolence.
Dom, in his interview, reminds us that David was also mean to Beth, in the Great Hairy-Ass Pimple Incident of '93...Sepia-Toned Flashback of Dramatic Convenience, Part the Forth.
Blah, blah, blah, David is mean and violent; this is the last straw. Sepia-Toned...oh, you get it. Replay of the Great Bowling Alley Tantrum of '93.
Aaron says that he can understand the girls' feelings, now that he thinks about David's actions over the course of the last few weeks, rather than this one isolated incident.
Dom says that he thinks David and girls could have worked this out without banishment, but that the situation was really none of his beeswax.
David apologizes to the freaking camera one more time, and pleads for the girls to talk to him one on one. It's over, dude. Give it up.
David makes one last attempt to talk to Beth, but Dom has to step in before Beth agrees. She tells David for the millionth time not to harass her, and he gets all defensive again. Dom, yet again, has to step in and tell David to calm down. As David and Beth start talking at once, Dom, the Diplomat, gives up and turns his back on them, and takes a big gulp from his drink. Man, I would be driven to drink, living with these chuckleheads and yahoos, too. They're driving me to drink RIGHT NOW.
David demands that Beth "take back" the accusation of rape. She does, but says the situation was akin to "sexual battery." It's like she's knocking the charge from first-degree murder to man one. David and Beth go back and forth about whether or not Beth did the same thing to Dom that David did to Tami for like TWENTY MINUTES.
In an interview, Beth explains that what she did to Dom was not the same thing as what David did to Tami, because she's on the cheerleading squad, and she's the most popular girl in school, and she has a different date every night of the week, and how do you like the Fiat Spider she shares with her identical twin sister, Elizabeth?