That conflict established, we move onto the Dom Hates Beth portion of our show. Which is fun, really, because who doesn't hate Beth? Dom, basically, is irritated that Beth brought her cat into the house without checking to make sure it was okay with the rest of the roommates, and is also annoyed because this basically forces his beloved German shepherd, George, into permanent exile. I'd like to point out, again, how very rude it was of Beth to bring that cat with her. I like cats, but being around one for more than an hour makes my airways close and my face swell to five times its normal size. Hence, with a cat I cannot live. I would be real pissed if a roommate assumed it was all right to bring a pet without checking first. Anyhow, George, who's visiting Dom, chases the cat right into Beth's room, as Dominic lopes after him, and Beth squeals like a banshee and jumps around. I hate her. Just so you know. Beth, if you're reading this: I hate you.
Beth tells us that "there's no way [she's] giving up that cat. We're just going to have to work it out." Selfish. Did I mention the hatred?
Dom says that he doesn't want to leave George in the house when he's not there, and that it's clear that the cat "is here to stay until something happens to it." He waits a beat and, very deadpan, adds, "That's not a threat."
In the kitchen, Dom complains that the cat is always on his bed. Beth says that they just need to move the feline if she isn't there to do it, and then comments, "I'm going to get castrated for this cat." And there you have it, folks, the biggest Real World revelation of all: Beth is a man. Dom wonders if Beth even "considered everyone else's feelings" when she brought the cat into the house. Beth just giggles and flips her layered hair.
Near the pool table, Dom explains to Aaron, "Cats remind me of women. And women have been pissing me off lately." Aaron laughs, pulls his baseball cap down farther over his eyes and prays that none of his professors are watching.