But Rachel's not done. She runs back into the room, cursing that she's not going to leave the room like a fucking coward, and refers to Nehemiah as "a weak little film student." Nehemiah interviews that he finds Rachel's ridiculous outburst very funny. Rachel starts screaming more nonsense at Nehemiah, and ends up calling him a slut. This somehow finally gets Nehemiah's goat, and he tells Rachel that she's the slut, and stands up. Rachel begs him to hit her, and everyone gets in between them. Rachel starts to walk away, and Wes and Danny try to calm her down, and Rachel starts screaming that she hopes Nehemiah gets shot in the street one day, and she plans to tell her friends about him, and he'll get shot in the street. Danny finally catches up with Rachel and drags her off. He interviews that he's holding Rachel back because she's completely lost it and is acting like a little girl. Rachel collapses into Danny's arms, sobbing. He hugs her. Nehemiah is still smirky. Danny picks Rachel up and carries her out of the room.
Back in the kitchen, Nehemiah says it's "soap-opera shit." Nehemiah interviews that Rachel makes herself a target. He tells Danny and Wes that Rachel is emotionally fucked up from her childhood, and that she could never cut it in his family, because her outburst tonight was like a daily occurrence for him growing up. I think that explains the smirky behavior. Nehemiah obviously learned at a young age to ignore people who are acting in a ridiculous manner, yelling their fool heads off. And then he probably learned that the one thing you can do without getting into it is to laugh at them. I'm not saying it's a mature response, but I can understand where he's coming from.