Back at Belfort, Julie puts some ice in a cloth. She says she was fine with "joking around boxing," but that girl wanted to kill her. Melissa quips, "Well, her name was Squirrel. So what the hell did you expect?" Once again, we like occasional-quip Melissa much more than needing-attention-all-the-time Melissa, but I guess that the former is the product of the latter. In an interview, Danny says that Julie's face had swelled up (and the catty part of me wonders, "How could you tell?") Julie applies the ice to her face and says, "Damn! Darn, I mean." Ha! She tells Danny that she had better not get a "purple eye." Is that anything like a black eye? Danny says to no one, "C'mon, Baxter. What are you doing hanging out with those brats?" In an interview, Julie says that Baxter is cute, and she's not lowering her standards, but she just wants someone nice. Conveniently, Julie chooses that moment to tell Danny that she doesn't think Baxter is nice, and when Danny protests, she says that you are "only as nice as the company you keep, sometimes." In an interview, Danny says there will be "no more Baxter." Julie walks into the kitchen, and Melissa is in there talking to some random person who was never properly introduced. The hell?
Apparently, the show isn't on next week. Oh, they couldn't have skipped this week. It was my birthday, and they just couldn't do it. Bastards. Anyway, in two weeks, Julie's parents come to visit, and she tries to shock them. Her dad isn't happy. Danny isn't happy, because Julie's parents appear to be less than tolerant of the gays.
Over the credits, Julie talks to David. Remember David? The lumpy one? Who got his ass beat by Laterrian on Road Rules this week? Yeah, him. Anyway, Julie asks David to help her with her "game." Then she lists off about a million things she requires of a potential mate. What is she, Kameelah? Julie finishes by saying that "good things come to those who...keep their pants on." David retorts, "Good things come to those who take their pants off." Oh, okay. Heh.