The roommates go downtown. Brad interviews that downtown San Diego is fun. Thanks, Brad. The roommates go to a club and dance. Suddenly, Robin is outside talking to some blurfaced locals. Robin interviews that some local guy called her a bitch, and that she responded with "probably the most hurtful thing you can say to somebody of another color." Damn. You have to wonder what's up with her that it was the first word that sprang to mind when she wanted to insult the guy. Jacquese puts his arm around Robin and gets her to walk away. Actually, more like "stumble away," because she seems pretty drunk. Robin admits to Jacquese that she called the guy, as she puts it, "nigga." Jacquese says that's not cool. Robin tells him that he doesn't know her and her friends. Is she secretly black? Then I don't think she should say that, and I don't think she should be surprised that Jacquese is offended.
Jacquese tries to reason with Robin, but she's too drunk for that, and starts getting up in his grill a little bit. Robin interviews, "In the South, you hear people say it, and like, it's just a word, and I've even called my white friends that word." Seriously. How dumb is she? I have no words. Jacquese says he doesn't want that word used in his presence. Robin tries to use the whole "I said 'nigga,' not 'nigger'" defense, but why would she say "nigga" if she was pissed at the guy? Brad comes over and stands nearby. Robin asks why Jacquese and his friends can use it and she can't. Jacquese asks her to stop getting her hands up in his face, and Brad pulls her back a bit. Jacquese gets more upset and insists that he wouldn't want anyone to use the word in his presence. Robin says that she apologized, and that she's trying to connect with him. Jacquese says that they can't connect as adults when she's putting her hands in his face. Robin gets up in his face again, and Jacquese walks away and says that they'll talk about it some other time. Brad laughs and whispers something in Robin's ear. Jacquese says that he has feelings, and that he's ready to go home. Robin says that she didn't use it in a racial way, and Jacquese walks off down the street, alone.
Robin drunkenly slurs to Randy that she didn't mean any disrespect by what she said. I'll tell you what's disrespectful: Robin's pink tube top. It's scaring me. No one over a B-cup should wear a tube top. Actually, I'm not a fan of the tube top in general, but especially not for women with large breasts. Robin interviews that her temper took over, and that she said one of the worst things she could say, and offended one of her roommates. I love how in the moment, she's insisting that she didn't say it in a racial way, but after the fact, she admits that she said it in anger.