Night. Harbor. Danger sign. Hotel. Paula yells, "I'm done with you!" Zach escorts Tyler out. Janelle camera-talks that it's better for Tyler to leave because trying to reason with Paula when she's drunk is fruitless. (Insert your own "Once Tyler leaves the room it's then fruitless" joke here.) But also, why does Janelle then stay and continue to try to reason with the drunk and ravenously hungry Paula? It makes no sense. Anyway, Paula yells that she only asks for one thing in the house (you're not in the house, dummy) and that is not to be called crazy. Janelle and Svet both roll their eyes as Paula continues to yell that she lets everyone be who they are and she doesn't call them out on it. She hyperventilates that she's emotional, sure, but she's not crazy. You're making a good case for yourself, Sybil.
Cut to Tyler,and he says, "[Paula]'s a crazy-ass bitch." Heh. Tyler says that he's hurt because he can't believe she came after him like that. Tyler says that she's psycho, and John steps in and reasons with Tyler, saying that he's dealt with Paula the most and he knows this is the wrong approach to take with her. You have to be the bigger person and ignore it. Tyler now drops the eating disorder card, saying that he's tried to help her with his own experience having had a couple eating disorders but when he sees how she deals (or doesn't deal) with it -- freaking out, etc. -- that it takes him back to a painful place. (I'm in a painful place having to listen to you.) Tyler tries to make it about him and how he's hurt, but John brings Tyler right back to Paula and the fact that she needs help and he can't take it too personally. John asks Tyler whether he can hear the craziness going on upstairs as they speak.
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.