It turns out her opponent is none other than Squirrel, the waitress from earlier. Julie asks Squirrel if she's going to beat her up, and doesn't get an answer. Melissa is there too, suddenly, looking pissed off. In an interview, Julie says that she wants Squirrel to go easy, because she's not a fighting woman. In an interview, Danny says that he has no clue why Julie decided to box this girl. Julie and Squirrel put on boxing gloves. In an interview, Danny says that this girl has "definite intentions to beat the hell out of Julie." Round one begins, and Julie gets her ass beat down. Actually, both women are piss-poor boxers. I've seen better sparring during a slap fight on Laverne & Shirley. In an interview, Julie says that Squirrel was all "left, right, uppercut." Melissa looks disgusted. Oh, lighten up, Frowny McPoutford. No one is forcing you to be there. In an interview, Julie says that people were making bets, too, and we do see a lot of money changing hands. Squirrel yells out, "Welcome to the real world, baby!" Get it? The real world? So, clearly, Squirrel had a problem with the people on the show, and decided to show how uncool the show is by beating up one of the cast members. I suppose she thought it would make her look subversive and hip. Instead, it makes her look scary and unoriginal. People have been harassing the Real World casts for years, honey. It's been done. They continue fighting, and Julie actually gets in a few punches, but then falls prey to Squirrel's Paws of Fury and crumples to the ground. In an interview, Julie says that it was insane, and they were supposed to be joking around. I guess no one told Squirrel that.
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?