In case you just ran to the fridge to grab some ice cream (and could you get me a soda while you're up?), Irulan tells us in an interview that Arissa is "livid," because she thinks Irulan was gossiping about her. Irulan and Arissa lie in bed and discuss the issue, and suddenly Irulan is crying and saying that she's angry that Frank lied. How did they get to that point? In an interview, Irulan says that Frank feels she implied that Arissa and Steve had sex, but that Frank made an incorrect assumption. Irulan tells Arissa that she's not the type to "put people on shout," and that she doesn't want to ruin her friendship with Arissa. In an interview, Irulan says that she doesn't want to create a situation where she can't be friends with Arissa. Irulan yells that Frank is an asshole. Arissa says it's not Frank's fault, but Irulan says that it is, because you shouldn't come into someone's room and say, "I heard you guys had sex." Well, with those roommates, you could say that and it would be both true and applicable nine times out of ten. Irulan denies that she said Arissa and Steven had sex, or even came close to saying that. Of course, she could be totally lying, and we would have no idea. Also, Frank is socially retarded. Of course you don't just walk into someone's room and say that you heard they had sex. Arissa and Irulan make up. In an interview, Arissa says that she can only go by what Irulan said happened. Or she could go by what Frank says. I'm just saying. It's not like she has no other options. In an interview, Irulan says that Frank has to realize that his words have weight. Is this really that big a deal? At some future point, Arissa and Irulan confront Frank. Irulan yells at Frank and tells him not to put words in her mouth. She didn't say that Steven and Arissa had sex, so Frank shouldn't go to Arissa and say that Irulan made that claim. Okay, didn't Frank ask Arissa if she hooked up with Steve? Because in my experience, hooking up does not necessarily equal sex. Then again, I don't put people on shout, so what the hell do I know? Frank looks trapped as we go to commercial.
When we return, Irulan is still yelling. In an interview, Frank says that he hates conflict, so he's trying to do everything he can to keep this from becoming a big drama. Good luck with that. Has he ever watched any reality show before, especially this one? They can turn an argument about doing the dishes into World War III. Arissa explains that something that seems innocent is going to affect Dario. Ah, that's what this about. She's afraid that her "romance" with Steven will become a storyline. Frank offers up an insincere apology. Arissa says that there's been enough said and that it just shouldn't happen again. Irulan stomps out.