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.
Jacquese gets into a cab alone and heads home. Jacquese interviews that he's never felt this bad before. Really? I mean, it does suck that Robin said that, but is it really the worst he's ever felt? Robin, Brad, Randy, and Cameran walk down the street. Cameran is wearing a stupid sideways trucker hat, and she must be killed. Robin says that she feels bad, and Randy assures her that it's all about intentions. Randy interviews that he knows Robin wouldn't hurt anyone. Randy tells Robin that she shouldn't be upset, because it will get resolved.
The roommates get into their SUV. Robin is lying across Randy's lap. Those two look awfully chummy. Robin says that there are six people in the house who aren't black, but that there are also six people who can't relate to Jacquese. What does that even mean? She's drunk. Brad says that he never would have used that word. Brad interviews that he's honestly offended. Brad tries to say that he doesn't see their problems with Jacquese as racial, but Robin says that Jacquese does see it that way, and that Brad doesn't know Robin's history. What history? She's in her early twenties. She has no history.
Jacquese goes home and calls his mom. He tells his mom what happened with Robin, and says that he feels overwhelmed and alone. Mom Jacquese says that Jacquese shouldn't get angry, because then he'll fall into the angry black man stereotype. She advises her son to teach tolerance to his roommates, and to educate them on why that word is so hurtful. I see where his mom is coming from, but it sucks that he has to be all, "Let me teach you about black culture." It seems like on this show, black people are either angry (Stephen, Coral, Nicole), players (Theo, Syrus, Teck), or educators (Malik). Why can't they just be drunk horny assholes like the other roommates?
The other roommates arrive home. Cameran starts looking for Jacquese immediately. Jacquese is still on the phone with his mom. Out on the deck, Robin seems to have sobered up a bit, and she tells Cameran that she's not happy with the hand she's been dealt. I'm guessing Robin is realizing how this is going to be portrayed on the show, and how she will be "the racist girl from San Diego" for the rest of her life. Guess she shouldn't have signed up for the show, then. Meanwhile, where in the hell are Frankie and Jamie, anyway? Randy says that they are under a lot of pressure. Robin starts doing that Christina Aguilera hand gesture thing again, and says that she didn't want to hurt anyone. Randy says that they don't know what Robin has been through, but that they don't know what Jacquese has been through, either. Robin says that she's dated black guys, and Brad yells that it doesn't matter. Brad interviews that there is no excuse to justify what Robin said. Why am I on Brad's side? I don't want to be on Brad's side anymore. Randy tells Robin not to get frustrated. Robin says that she can talk to and relate to her roommates, but that Jacquese has to call his mother because there aren't any black roommates for him to talk and relate to. Robin interviews that the roommates were consoling her, and that they should have been consoling Jacquese. Robin says that she would take it back in a heartbeat.