Julie and Melissa. Outside. Julie still likes Matt. She likes the feeling of having a crush on someone, but she also hates it. Melissa says it's because it gives Matt power. Actually, she says, "That bitch has power." Julie is "still nuts about that kid." In an interview, Julie screams and shrieks and says ultimately it's Matt's loss because she's an amazing person and could give him anything he wanted. Yeah, except Catholic babies. Which is what he really wants.
Airport. Peter and Kelley. They are kissing. In an interview, Kelley says that Peter is going to Indonesia to go surfing for two weeks.
Melissa and Kelley. Kitchen. Melissa voice-overs that with Peter gone, Kelley is thrown back into the house. In an interview, Kelley says that she didn't realize how hard it was to be in the house, and that they don't click. Melissa tells Kelley that they don't hang out, and Kelley's not there, so now they aren't going to be the best of friends. In an interview, Melissa says that Kelley is with Peter "every single day" and that has "tainted the potential of [Kelley and Melissa] having a relationship." Angry music plays. This whole fight is so out of left field. It's like the editors realized that the David confrontation didn't really go anywhere exciting, so they dug through the archives to find another fight, when we have never seen these two have any problems with one another before. Anyway, Kelley thinks that they should be able to have a friendship, and Melissa says that it's too little, too late, and the best they can hope for is to be cordial to one another. In an interview, Melissa says, "None of this candy-coating, none of this sugar." Does anyone else get the feeling that she was talking about David and not Kelley? The scene ends with Kelley saying, "Can I talk now?" Ooh, such a fight. Not.
Back from commercial, Melissa tells Kelley that she needs to acknowledge that she gives off "an abrasive vibe." Kelley sighs and Melissa says she can't take criticism. In a confessional, Kelley says that people in the house feel she is unapproachable and irritable, and that's true. Kelley tells Melissa that she feels fragile inside, but she tries to be strong on the outside. In an interview, Melissa says that she and Kelley are alike in a lot of ways, and have a hard time accepting criticism. Kelley says their problem is not big, and Melissa agrees. They also agree that their problem is that they don't communicate well. Blah bling blah. Who cares? They're leaving! Kelley wants to leave the house on a good note and "move up from cordial." Melissa barely nods. Oh good, that issue is wrapped up in a neat and tidy package. Let's move on and never speak of it again.