Alton and Machela get out of the tub and dry off. In an interview, Alton says that he's never really been into casual sex, and that he never respected it, so this is a side he didn't know he had. Alton hugs Machela (and his pride and self-respect) goodbye. Alton then goes back and wipes out the tub. Hee! I mean, it's the least he could do, but most people wouldn't do it. But if he is going to clean the tub, he could at least use some bleach or something to disinfect it too. In an interview, Alton says he hopes that he can work things out with Arissulan.
Brynn goes to an audition to be a go-go dancer. The most confusing part to me about this whole subplot is that I didn't even know that female go-go dancers still existed. Who didn't take their clothes off. Or maybe they do. In an interview, Brynn says that she's never go-go danced before, but she knew before coming to Vegas that she wanted to do it. Aw. It's nice that Brynn has goals. Coincidentally, Jean (the French guy from their job) is the judge. Wow, the producers couldn't have planned this any better if they had set it up themselves. It's almost like Brynn is guaranteed the job just so that they'll get some good footage. Brynn is, of course, nervous that she's not as good as the other dancers, like anyone cares how well they dance. As long as you're willing to wear a skimpy outfit and shake your (well-toned) ass, I think that's all the job requires. Brynn dances along with a couple of other girls. She seems fine to me. She does seem to have her feet planted too far apart which, combined with the giant clunky boots she's wearing, gives her a lumberjack look, which isn't all that flattering. Jean thanks the women for auditioning. Brynn tells us that she doesn't think she's going to get the job. Because the day that Brynn has some self-confidence is that day that Trishelle makes an intelligent statement. (Sorry for the random Trishelle-bashing, but she's barely in this episode, so I had to get it in somewhere.)
Arissulan discuss Alton and his skanky friend. Irulan felt uncomfortable, but feels like it's Alton's business. Arissa doesn't think she should have to feel uncomfortable in her own house. Well, that's part of living with six other people, so get used to it. It's not always comfortable, or convenient, but it's what you signed up for. Arissa wonders why they couldn't go to Machela's house. Maybe Machela has six roommates, too! Maybe she lives with her parents. Maybe she's homeless. Irulan therapy-speaks that Arissa's feelings are valid, just as Alton walks out. In an interview, Alton says that no matter whom he brings home, Arissulan would have issues. That's so true. Arissa says again that she was uncomfortable in her own house, and that the bathtub is a community space that she had to pass to get to her room. It's nice that they can all talk this out, but they are seriously acting like Alton brought a gun into the house or something. The DRAMA. It's unbearable. Alton apologizes, and says that he didn't plan it out ahead of time, and he knows being drunk was no excuse. He promises to change his behavior in the future. Next time he brings home a skank, he'll be more discreet. Except he doesn’t know what "discreet" means, so that might be difficult. In an interview, Arissa says that Alton didn't do anything "true wrong," but that he recognized her discomfort and promised to take her feelings into consideration. In an interview, Alton says that he's "not a player," because he was with Melissa for three and a half years and never cheated.