In an interview, Frank explains what happens next, but of course, we don't get to see it, even though there are cameras right there. Frank claims that Alton was really drunk. One of Frank's friends, Sara, reached for a drink, and Alton drunkenly hit her hand, causing her to spill some of the drinks on the table. Sara agreed to pay for a replacement drink for Alton. Alton is all fired up about it. Frank tells Alton to lighten up, because he's drunk and it's not a big deal. Alton won't drop the chalupa. I can't believe I just used the phrase "drop the chalupa." Do you see what this show is doing to me? In an interview, Irulan says that Alton drives her up a wall, and sometimes it's due to his drinking.
Suddenly, Alton is talking to some big dude about how they could "dance." I guess he means "fight," but it's funnier to think he might really mean they could dance. Maybe they could have a dance-off like Britney and Justin did. That would be awesome. Anyway, the big dude is apparently Sara's friend, and he objects to the things Alton is saying about her. As usually happens with drunken bar fights, no one listens to what anyone else is saying and people yell over each other, and way too many people get involved. In an interview, Alton says that Trishelle and Brynn had his back, but Frank sold him out. Or, Frank was embarrassed about how much of an idiot Alton was being. In an interview, Frank says he understands being an idiot when you're drunk, but he was trying to get Alton out of the situation and Alton kept dragging Frank in, so Frank walked away. Alton and Sara's big friend walk towards the door. Alton keeps asking him to have a conversation outside. The two men keep yelling at each other, and finally Alton suggests that they go outside and talk. As they walk out, the editors insert a clip of Alton saying, "You know what? Let's dance!" but he clearly wasn't saying it at that moment and he said it with such enthusiasm that throughout the commercial break, I managed to convince myself that we were going to come back and see a musical number in the parking garage. No such luck.