Cut to the craziness going on upstairs as they speak. Paula keeps hyperventilating, saying that she doesn't attack people, but people attack her. Janelle wants to slap the taste out of her mouth, but instead advises her to wash her makeup off and go to sleep. John comes in, and Paula starts crying. He asks her to take a walk with him in the hall.
Hall. Paula and John walk, hugging, as Paula cries. John camera-frats that he feels like she just needs a shoulder to cry on. They hang in the floor lobby, and she goes baby-voice, saying that she hates when people call her crazy. They hug. John tell us that "crazy" is the one thing that makes her, well, crazy. More hugging. John calms Paula down, saying that people don't mean it and that everyone loves her. He explains to her the thing about her and Svet alienating the others when they're together. Paula whines that they make each other feel okay about being themselves. No, idiot. You guys make each other feel better about continuing to be with cockfuck boyfriends who treat you like shit. John says that Svet feeds into her insecurities. Paula clearly knows that because she now camera-talks exactly that -- that they serve as enablers for each other and emotional crutches. John talks on. Paula says that John knows exactly what to say and he has a big heart and is a good friend. They hug for the hundredth time. She clearly feels much better. Well, good for her, because I'm just mad now.
Morning. Tree. Wind. Clouds. Sun. Tyler goes upstairs and asks the sleeping girls whether they're ready to go to the beach. Tyler camera-talks that he understands where Paula is coming from since he's been there, but he doesn't understand how she's treating other people (him). In-bed Paula picks her nails as Tyler apologizes for the crazy comment. He says, however, that he thought their friendship meant more that she would come at him like that. Paula then camera-talks that whatever she feels, if she doesn't vocalize it, it'll come out. She whines to Tyler, hair covering her face, that when she gets drunk she says "stuff" and she's sorry (then why is she yelling?), but she hates living in "this house," (again, you're at a hotel) where people say one thing but mean another. Or something. She's making no sense, obviously still drunk. Tyler puts his legs around her and forces a hug.