Shavonda tells Sarah about the money situation, and says that she wouldn't have spent the last of her money yesterday if she'd known her father was going to bail on her. Sarah responds that Shavonda is practical, which Sarah admires. Sarah says that when they invite Shavonda to dinner, they don't mind covering her, because they want her company. That's really nice of Sarah, who clearly has money to burn. Sarah interviews that it's friendship, not charity. Sarah says that the cost is minimal for the experience they have. Sarah and Shavonda hug.
Colleen calls and tells Shavonda that she and her boyfriend are going to put money in her account. Shavonda interviews that she's never met Colleen's boyfriend, and that she needs to thank him...someday. Try a thank-you note. Works like a charm. Colleen says it should hold Shavonda over, and Shavonda thanks her and hangs up. Well, that storyline is wrapped up.
MJ, Landon, and Karamo decide to go out and have some drinks. MJ talks about an after-school tutoring program he did, and how the first time he had to go to the Projects, and some guys knocked on his car window and asked why he was there, so he left. I guess the point of that story was that MJ can imagine how uncomfortable it is for Karamo in the house? I don't know. Karamo says that he doesn't want to be angry, and brings up Landon's use of the n-word, admitting that it was said jokingly. Landon doesn't get why that would be upsetting to Karamo, and interviews that Karamo thinks he's a hick, and doesn't respect him. MJ says that no one in the house is a racist, and Karamo says that he used to be. Karamo interviews that his distrust for white people has many grounds, and that he's working on changing.