When they walk out, Arissa sits down, and Frank asks if they're going to talk about it later. Arissa wants to talk about it now, and Frank is all for that. Arissa explains why Frank's remark was so hurtful to her, mainly because a lot of white people have called her a black bitch. Frank tries to say that he doesn't think she's bitchy. Arissa calms down a bit and explains that Frank can't just throw out the black thing for no reason, because "there's a fine line." Frank says that he didn't know, and he apologizes to her; he says he is especially sorry that she's been upset about it for twelve hours and he didn't know, which was kind of a passive-aggressive thing to say. But not as passive-aggressive as what Arissa says next when Frank asks for a hug: "I don't want my black bitchiness to rub off on you." Even if she was joking, that was kind of a shitty thing to say. Frank is confused about whether things are cool between them or not, and Arissa claims that she's fine and she was just joking. Whatever. She's clearly still upset about it, and she should either accept his apology and drop it, or tell him that she's still upset and needs to cool off for a while. In an interview, Frank says that he needs to start thinking a lot more about the words he says before he says them. Yes, Frank, that's a good policy in life.
Episode Report CardKim: A- | 276 USERS: C+
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