Brad and Randy are doing shots inside. Outside, the bouncer tells Cameran that the ID is fake, but he does give it back to her. Robin interviews that a group of guys behind them were making rude comments, and making fun of Cameran's failure to get into the club. Some guy yells out, "Go to the Fake World." Ooh, good one. Except totally not. Robin turns around and makes a comment, and the guy says something back, so Robin punches the guy in the arm. Now, she shouldn't have touched the guy, period. But the punch she gave was like a "two for flinching" kind of punch, in the shoulder, and then she walked away. The guys all laugh at her, and one of them says that Robin "hits like a bitch." Cameran interviews that she was thinking, "You can't hit people." Robin calls Cameran over and shows her a waiting cab. Cameran protests that she doesn't even know where they live. She doesn't? Not even the general area? Maybe she was just trying to make up an excuse so that Robin would have to come with her, to remove Robin from the situation. I'm going with that. Robin writes their address down and says that she can't believe Cameran is making her fight people. Robin interviews that she knew she shouldn't have hit the guy, but that he was laughing at the whole situation, so she figured it was over. Cut to a shot of the hecklers going into the club. Robin really condescendingly tells the cab driver where to go, and promises to be home in a minute. Cameran takes off in the cab.
Robin goes back to the club, and Frankie is suddenly outside again. The hecklers are nowhere to be seen. Inside the club, Brad is drunkenly hooting and hollering. Frankie is drinking and kind of weaving around. The club manager walks up to Robin, who is seated at a table, and tells her that someone is waiting for her outside. Robin follows the manager outside, and is obviously drunk and confused, because she thinks Cameran is going to be out there waiting. Or Frankie. She keeps asking where her girlfriend is. Instead, there are two cops out there. One cop asks her what happened. Robin slurs that there was a guy acting very rude and she pushed him and told him to stop and get away. Which isn't what happened at all, and there were a lot of witnesses, so she might want to try telling the truth. The cop asks if Robin touched the guy besides what she has already described, because the guy has some scratches. Robin insists that she didn't give them to him. She shows how short her nails are, to indicate that she couldn't scratch anyone if she tried. Robin says that it's all on camera, and that they can rewind the tape. The cop says that Robin is under arrest for now. He cuffs her. Robin starts crying as she is led to the cop car. The cop puts her inside and doesn't even do that cool "protect the perp's head as she gets into the car" thing. The cops stay outside to take the victim's statement. Robin gets more and more upset in the back seat, and starts yelling that she didn't do anything. Then she does the fakest cry I've ever heard and says that she wants to go home. If all that happened was what we were shown, she might still be guilty of battery. But if the guy made up the second part of the story, he's kind of a loser. Although I wasn't that impressed with him to start out with, due to his "fake world" comment. If you're going to heckle, at least be witty about it.