Frank tells Alton what happened, and Alton can't believe it. Frank has red spots on his cheeks because he's so angry. In a confessional, Frank says that Steven only cares about himself. Frank asks Alton why Steven would shame him like that. Alton walks over and pulls Steven off Trishelle, who makes a "whatever" face. Alton tells Steven that Frank hates Steven right now. Steven screeches, "I'm drunk!" Alton says that Frank is "a real-ass person." Steven says he didn't mean any disrespect and wants to talk to Frank. Alton doesn't advise that. Steven rubs his nose a lot, and I'm not going to make any allegations, but I'll let you draw your own conclusions there. In an interview, Steven says that he's stupid and weak when it comes to women. Well, that's a choice that he makes.
Back up in the suite, Steven and Frank have a screaming match in the confessional. Trishelle listens outside. Frank says it's obvious that Trishelle wasn't into him, and that they don't need to debate that. Steven keeps asking if Frank thinks he meant to disrespect him. Yes? Frank says that Steven values hooking up with a good-looking girl more than his friendship with Frank. ["His deep, meaningful two-day friendship with Frank." -- Wing Chun] Trishelle walks in and asks them to stop. They all stare at each other for a while. Trishelle and Steven smile at each other goonily. They talk some more, but we unfortunately don't get to hear the conversation. Trishelle voice-overs that she doesn't want Frank to be hurt more than he already is. Frank asks why they made out not just in front of him, but also on top of him. In an interview, Steven says he's not sorry about his actions, but he's sorry about the way it happened. Shut up, Steven. Trishelle says that they're all just friends. Well, she missed out on the amount of time Steven spent convincing Frank that Trishelle was into him. Trishelle says that she's trying to be honest, and that they should be able to kiss whoever they want to. Trishelle grabs Steven's face and says that "it's there." They nearly start making out again. Frank says that he doesn't want them to be uncomfortable or feel like they have to hide anything from him. Steven points out that they weren't hiding anything. Frank asks them to leave so that he can piss himself and cry. Aw. And also, ew.
Irulan and Arissa are hanging out with some middle-aged guy who claims that he's "happily divorced." Well, if he wasn't before, I'm sure he will be as of 9 AM tomorrow. The guy bankrolls Arissa and Irulan at the blackjack table. They win money. I kind of thought Arissa was kidding about that older-rich-man thing. In an interview, Irulan says that she and Arissa have the potential to have an "amazing bond." The girls cash in their chips and each walk away with around $75. They return upstairs and share their good news.