The roommates try to walk home, but they're all over the place. Lacey tries to corral them, but it's like herding cats. Lacey interviews that sometimes she feels like the house mother, and girl, I have been there. The roommates get home safely, and Johanna, Wes, and Rachel sit around and stuff food in their faces and gossip. Rachel laments that Wes won't make out with her, and claims that no guy has ever refused to make out with her before. Wes realizes he's about to get into some trouble -- and also, probably, about to puke -- so he stumbles out of the room. And when I say "stumbles," I really mean it -- he walks like someone who just spun around about twenty-seven times and misses the doorway entirely.
Once Wes is gone, Johanna keeps claiming that Wes doesn't like her either, and just thinks of her as a sister. Rachel starts on a whiny "But what's wrong with meeeeeeee?" kick. Johanna is drunk enough to give it to her straight: "You throw yourself at guys. I love you to death, but you're throwing yourself way too much at people. You need to let them want you. And every single one you meet, you don't need to make out with them." Man, do I wish someone had given me that speech when I was nineteen. Rachel whines that she doesn't know how else to attract guys.
In the kitchen, Wes talks to Nehemiah, who I kind of forgot was on the show. Wes confesses that he was trying to hit on Johanna and confessed his love for her. Nehemiah guesses that Johanna laughed and brushed it off. Wes interviews that he was shot down. Nehemiah advises Wes that he doesn't want to get involved with someone he lives with.
Nehemiah finds Danny in the bathroom. Danny says that they just called and moved his surgery up to right now. Nehemiah is shocked, but then realizes that Danny is using Nehemiah's toothbrush. Danny claims he's not, but then realizes that he totally is. Are they trying to say that Danny's all doped up on Vicodin? Or what was the point of that scene?