At the bar, everyone does a shot. Keri sits alone at the bar. Kyle hangs out with a bunch of girls who may be friends from school, or may be girls he picked up at the bar. In an interview, Keri says that she doesn't put up with crap, and doesn't think that she should have to. Kyle flirts with other girls, whispering in their ears and dancing. Keri continues pouting at the bar. CJP asks if Keri wants to go home. Keri says she doesn't want to go home, but she also doesn't want to be there. Keri should quit pouting and either make an effort to hang out with Kyle and his friends, or go home. Pouting is so passive-aggressive, and unattractive to boot. Kyle asks Keri what's wrong, and Keri tells him not to worry about it. Kyle says that he was just having fun, and Keri tells him that they'll talk about it tomorrow. Kyle realizes that Keri is upset. I actually don't blame Keri for not wanting to get into it while Kyle is all drunk and with his friends. Keri tells Kyle to have a good time with his friends. In an interview, CJP says that Keri and Kyle are not a couple, but they sure act like one. Word, CJP.
Outside, Keri and Kyle stand on a street corner and wait for their luck to change. Keri tells Kyle to let it go. Kyle asks her not to close him off. Keri says that he did that to her. Kyle doesn't understand. Keri nods. Kyle says it's the last thing he wanted to do, and he didn't mean it. Suddenly, Keri starts swearing up a storm. Whuh? Did we miss part of that conversation or something? It went from a drunken argument to Keri going ballistic in, like, a second. Keri walks off, alone. Kyle stares after her. Keri finds CJP and drags her off, saying that it's "not cool." CJP looks back and sees Kyle staring after them.
Next time: Kyle accuses Keri of having "major 'tude," and she denies it. Theo brings home a bunch of strangers (mostly female) for a hot-tub party. Keri complains about having to clean up after them. Tonya's back, and apparently she is on the phone for a long time, so Theo unplugs it. This somehow causes Tonya to get scared and throw a glass at him, because she doesn't feel safe. I can't wait to see the "logical" explanation for that one.