In a confessional, Melissa says that Matt is like, "Yahooie kablooie," and David is like, "Play on, playa. Who dis?" Even on the eve of a confrontation (I hope), Melissa is funny. Matt says that David has gone through a lot of shit before coming to the house. Julie says that a lot of them have gone through things and don't act like David. Melissa "cannot wait for the lesson to be learned." You and me both, sister! The counter is at 28:19, and unless they extended the show to an hour this week, it's not looking good. In an interview, Matt says that David is "not what every black man is. David is David." Good point, that. Wait, why am I agreeing with Matt? I'm all messed up by this episode. Melissa concludes that someone needs to tell David "he's a jackass." In an interview, Jamie says that David is "an asshole to all of [them]" and that David needs to hear what they have to say to him. Jamie sticks a sign up to the door declaring a house meeting for tonight. In an interview, Kelley says that the house is "about to explode."
Everyone gathers in the living room. Jamie says that he's calling this house meeting "on the advent of [their] departure," so that they can "leave [New Orleans] with no regrets." Jamie says it's not a meeting about cleaning, or NOA-TV, or parking tickets. It's a meeting about "openness, sincerity, the pursuit of growth, and about why, David [is] an asshole" to his roommates. David just nods and doesn't react at all. And then the dreaded words come up on the screen -- To Be Continued. No! I was looking forward to this all week! Jerks. I'd like to have a confrontation with the producers about this issue.
Next week: everybody yells at David. David cries. I feel a little bit bad for him. Hey, he's been a jerk, but I always feel bad when many people gang up on one person. Matt talks to Julie about her stupid letter.
Over the credits, everyone talks about why they hate David. Wow. Everyone hates him.