Shavonda calls Shaun and says that it's not as easy as she thought it would be. Shaun says that it'll be fine, and that he never said that she couldn't talk to people and have fun. Shavonda feels like she's walking on eggshells, and interviews that she needs to free herself from that pressure. Shaun tells Shavonda that the only thing she can't do is "get with" someone, and perhaps they should put a definition on "get with," because that seems like a pretty broad phrase that is open to interpretation. Shavonda asks what happens if she wants a break, and Shaun wonders what she needs a break from. Shavonda says that she doesn't want to worry all the time. Shavonda interviews that she's young and that she thinks it's time to date around, so that she can be with Shaun later and be satisfied. In other words, Shaun should wait around for her to sow her wild oats or whatever? Shavonda acts like it doesn't matter that she's about a million times better-looking than Shaun, but that statement shows me that she totally knows it and probably enjoys it. Shavonda tries to explain the pressure she feels, and Shaun says that she shouldn't see him as an obligation. Shavonda tells him to forget it. Good luck with that.
Shavonda and MJ play pool, and Shavonda confesses that she just had a fight with Shaun. MJ asks if Shaun is worried about their relationship. MJ interviews that Shavonda is in the same boat he is right now, and that it's hard to have a relationship where you only talk to the person a few times a day. A few times a day? I'm married, and I live with my husband, and I don't know that we talk more than a few times a day. And most of those conversations are like, "What are we going to do about dinner?" and "Do you want to watch Jeopardy!?" MJ says that he would tell his partner if he were about to cheat, and Shavonda agrees that she would do the same. MJ interviews that he's honest in his relationship with Ashley, and that he promised to tell her if something is going to happen to their relationship.