Jacquese and Jamie go to the store. Jamie says she thinks that the people in the house are "kind of cliquish." Haven't they only been there for, like, two days? Jacquese agrees. Jacquese interviews that he doesn't have a clique, and that he's happy to hang out with anyone, but that only Frankie and Jamie seem to "show love" to him. Jamie says that Jacquese, Frankie, and herself are outside the clique, and that while she does try to get to know everyone else, they don't get to know her. Jacquese totally agrees. Jamie interviews that she and Jacquese are the only minorities in the group. Jamie thinks that might have something to do with the groups that have formed. But what about Frankie? Oh, that's right. She's "alternative." Jamie tells Jacquese that she wishes all seven of them would hang out. Wait, like, a week. I'm sure there will be two fights and eight shit-talking sessions, and that everyone will have a new best friend. Have they never been in a group living situation before?
In a confessional, Jacquese says that some of the roommate decide to go out somewhere nice. He was upstairs on the computer, and they knew he was up there. Jacquese asks Robin, Brad, and Randy what time they are leaving. Robin doesn't know. None of them seems to be about to leave. Jacquese complains that no one said anything to him about the group's plans. Robin thought he was sitting nearby when they discussed it earlier, but Jacquese just shakes his head and walks away. Cameran asks Jacquese why he's mad, and Jacquese says that he doesn't want to talk about it right now. Oh, way to be passive-aggressive. Go pout some more. Jacquese finally tells Cameran that he feels like they are purposely not including him. Cameran interviews that it didn't mean anything, and that he's too sensitive. Jacquese says that he doesn't feel like going anymore, and just as he planned, Cameran begs him to go. Man, I got over that passive-aggressive bullshit in about seventh grade. Grow up.
Cameran and Frankie come outside. Cameran tells Brad, Randy, and Robin that Jacquese is upset because he doesn't feel included, but that she wasn't supposed to say anything. What in the hell is Frankie wearing? I swear to God, she has on white lace leggings. Randy interviews that Jacquese is "introverted," and that's why he doesn't fit in. I wonder if Randy knows what "introverted" means. Jacquese interviews that he has to get to know his roommates, so he's going out with them.