Back in Chicago, the rest of the roommates go out to eat together. In an interview, Aneesa says that life without Tonya has been very peaceful, and that they've all gotten a lot closer while she's been gone. Aneesa tells the others that Tonya needs a lot of attention. Aneesa says she has a thing in the back of her mind that says, "I need attention." It's unclear to me whether she's talking about herself or Tonya. But if Aneesa is accusing Tonya of being an attention whore, that's pretty ironic. CJP agrees that Tonya is needy (and again, irony), but she still thinks that Tonya is physically ill. Aneesa suggests that Tonya "got the ding-dong a little too hard in the cooter." Heh. Okay, Aneesa gets points for saying "cooter," because that's a funny word. I'm very confused, because I swear that there is a dude in a turtle costume sitting next to Aneesa at the table. What is up with people in costumes in this episode? In an interview, Aneesa says that she thinks it will be difficult when Tonya returns, because the six of them are used to being together, without Tonya.
Kyle's friend is coming to visit. Keri puts lip liner on. Kyle goes downstairs to greet his friend, Jason. Kyle says that Keri is going out with them. Jason asks if Keri is the Jewish black lesbian, and Kyle clarifies that Aneesa is the Jewish black lesbian. Kyle introduces Jason to Keri. Kyle gets a drink for Jason, who wants a Jim Beam and Coke. Clearly, no one prepped Jason on product placement, since they are only allowed to drink Dr Pepper. Kyle tells Jason that there is a conflict between his relationship with Nicole and being able to act like he's twenty-two. So break up with her! Ugh. Keri is sitting nearby and may be listening to the conversation. Kyle tells Jason that there are people in his living situation who push his buttons. Keri stands near the door. Kyle asks what's going on, and Keri says that she's getting antsy and wants to go out. In an interview, Keri says that Kyle is acting differently around her now that his friends are in town. In an interview, CJP says that she thinks Kyle feels uncomfortable being around his school friends and his roommates. Well, anyone who ever had friends from home visit you at college can sympathize with that George Costanza worlds-colliding feeling.
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.