Brynn, Steven, Frank, and Trishelle have lunch together. Boy, this isn't awkward. Frank is totally making eyes at Trishelle, who is staring at Steven. And then there's Brynn. Frank says that he just wants to have a great time for the next four and a half months. Trishelle says that she wants to fall in love and have her heart broken. Everyone is like, "Why?" Trishelle says, "Oh, no reason. I just wanted everyone to pay attention to me." Okay, she didn't say that, but you know that's the reason. Brynn says that Trishelle should want to break hearts, not have her heart broken. Trishelle says that she has broken some in the past. In a confessional, Steven says he thinks that Frank and Trishelle will hook up. Steven tells Trishelle and Frank that he thinks they have a thing for each other, and that it's cute. I really hate him. He could not be more transparent. He knows that Trishelle is a bit rebellious, and doesn't ever want to do what people expect her to do. So if he keeps telling her that everyone expects her to hook up with Frank, she won't. He's driving a wedge. Crafty, but transparent. In an interview, Trishelle says she doesn't want to hook up with a roommate, but "if it happens, it's something that's out of [her] control. Hormones." Way to take responsibility for your life. Wouldn't it be great to watch these episodes with a commentary track by Dr. Phil? Sigh. Brynn guarantees that someone in the house will hook up. Steven says he knows it won't be him. Brynn says that she can seduce him. Steven says that if Brynn were walking around naked and told him to fuck her, he would. And even though Brynn's hot and has a beautiful body, she's not...Trishelle supplies, "...your type?" Do they realize that Brynn is sitting right there? Steven says that he's just not feeling it. In an interview, Brynn says that Steven rejected her and she's crushed. Who cares? He's a loser! Brynn wonders what is wrong with her. Haven't I been asking that for a while now?
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