Keri brings Tyler back to their apartment and introduces him around. Kyle shakes Tyler's hand. In an interview, Aneesa says that Keri brought Tyler home to prove a point to Kyle. Keri and Tyler kiss goodbye. In an interview, Keri says that Kyle doesn't like Tyler being there. She doesn't know if it's "the protective big brother thing" or if he's jealous.
Tonya arrives at the airport. Meanwhile, Theo is brushing his teeth. Why are these two things cut together? I have no idea. Kyle and CJP greet Tonya at the airport with big hugs. In an interview, Kyle says it's cool that Tonya is back because their roommate situation feels complete with all seven of them. They pick up Tonya's gigantic suitcase. Tonya tells Kyle and CJP that she thinks that Justin found her birth certificate, because he told her that there was "something really big in the mail" that had to do with her past. Enough about the birth certificate, please! It is so not difficult to obtain a birth certificate for yourself or someone else.
Theo hangs up the phone. Tonya unpacks. In an interview, Tonya says that she opened up her suitcase and found that Justin had given her a birth certificate. She hugs CJP. In a confessional, Tonya cries about her stupid birth certificate. Tonya runs around the house showing off her prize. It's not the Holy Grail, for crying out loud. In a confessional, Tonya says that she saw that she writes like her mother. Didn't she live with her mother until she was twelve? It's not like she was taken away at birth. I don't mean to downplay the difficulties of Tonya's life, but come on. She's such a drama queen. Tonya reads the letter Justin wrote to CJP and Kyle. It's so gay. I refuse to recap any more about the birth certificate business, because it's all so stupid, and I don't want to give Tonya any more attention on this issue. Tonya calls Justin and thanks him, and says that she's going to marry him. Good. I wish she would marry him right now and move out of the apartment.
In an interview, Aneesa says that Theo was screaming at Tonya to get the fuck off the phone. Cut to Tonya in Theo and Aneesa's room, picking something off the floor and complaining that Theo was yelling at her. Aneesa explains to Chris that Theo demanded that Tonya get off the phone. In a confessional, Theo says that he needed to make a call that would take fifteen seconds, and Tonya was on the phone with Justin. Tonya cries and whines to CJP that Theo told her to get off the phone, and she wouldn't, so he got all up in her grill and told her to get off. In a confessional, Theo admits that he disconnected the line. Tonya tells CJP that she turned around and threw Theo's glass, because she thought it would get him out of her face. In a confessional, Theo says that Tonya threw the glass on the floor. So she didn't throw it at him, but it was in his room, and it was his glass. There was some debate about that on the forums. Anyway, Tonya tells CJP and Kyle that she was raised in a family where she got the shit beat out of her by men, so she's not going to deal with it. So she throws a glass? In what world is that a way to calm the situation down? Plus, she doesn't say it, but since she admitted that she's scared of black people, I'm sure that Theo's race had something to do with it. Not everything, but I'm sure that it came into play. Tonya tells the other roommates that they're supposed to be safe, and that she doesn't feel safe with Theo. Chris and Aneesa just stare at her, probably still trying to figure out why the hell she threw the glass. I still don't get why it's Theo's problem that Tonya has issues with men. Yes, he could have handled the situation better. Yes, Theo is a jerk when it comes to interacting with his roommates. But I still think that Tonya loves all of the attention that she's getting right now, and -- as with the birth certificate situation -- using her background as an excuse why she acted like a jerk. I know someone who grew up in foster care (and I really do -- I'm not making this up to make the point), and she is one of the most peaceful, non-violent, well-adjusted people I know. So her background is no excuse.