The roommates arrive back home. Robin rushes into the house while Brad continues complaining to Cameran about Robin's behavior. Robin interviews that she got home and went straight to bed, because she knew there would be a fight if she stayed up. Brad yells that no one else in the house would be okay with getting slapped in the head. Robin interviews that Brad is just mad that Cameran went off with some guy, so he's taking it out on her. Yeah, I'm sure that's all it is. Wasn't there an episode of Friends where Joey dated a girl who thought it was cute to punch people? And she really hurt them? And she was played by Punky Brewster? That's Robin. Jacquese comes outside and noses into the situation. Brad yells that Robin kept slapping him in the head. Jacquese interviews that Robin has self-control problems. Jacquese is outraged! Outraged!
The next morning, while they all get ready for work, Brad tells Robin that he doesn't want to get into a fight now, but that he wants Robin to know that it's not like he can't take a hit. Robin is all smiles, and says that she was just kidding. Brad says that, in the middle of an argument, Robin hit him four times. Robin says that she only hit him once. Brad says that she hit him three times with her purse and once with her hand. Robin apologizes insincerely, says that sometimes she doesn't want to discuss things, and that she just wants Brad to shut up. Brad says that he won't take it. Robin apologizes, but then says that she wouldn't do it under other circumstances. I guess she means she wouldn't do it if she wasn't drunk. She doesn't seem to get that apologizing and then offering an explanation diminishes the apology. Brad interviews that Robin thinks she can do whatever she wants, and then make excuses. Robin gets upset and starts babbling something about how every time she's gotten in a fight, it's been because she was trying to help someone. So who was she trying to help by hitting Brad? Randy interviews that Robin doesn't get it, and that her apologies are insincere, because she doesn't try to see the other person's side. Randy tells Robin that they have to watch out for each other. Robin can't even form a full sentence at this point, and Randy points out that she's still just making excuses. Robin interviews that Randy won't shut up and listen to her. Robin yells something about "poor innocent Cameran," and runs away. I do see what the roommates are saying about Robin's lame apologies, but I don't get why she has to be Cameran's protector.