Frankie talks to Dave on the phone and says that she's lonely and scared. Dave asks why she's scared, and Frankie says she's scared of losing him, because he's already talked about splitting up with her. Oh, give him a guilt trip because you're a nutbag. Dave points out that Frankie talked about flirting with other guys, and that if she wants to do that, it's okay, but that he's not about to sit home and wait around for her. Frankie interviews that she met Adam for a reason. To show her that she's not happy being in a relationship? Actually, Frankie thinks it's to prove that Dave is the one for her. What? I don't know. I've given up trying to follow her thought process. Frankie wants Dave to promise that if he sees something on the show that is "open for interpretation," he won't just leave her. Oh, fuck off. Dave says that he doesn't want to leave her, but that he also doesn't want to look like a fool. Frankie starts crying and says she knows she's told him things that hurt him, and that she hates that, and that she's sorry if she hurt him, and that she wants to change. Oh, she's totally keeping him on the hook, since the guilt trip didn't work out.
Frankie interviews that Dave has taken her "on a roller coaster from hell" since she's been there. Dave has taken her where? What has Dave done besides insist that she remain faithful? And act jealous when he suspects that he's not. The nerve! Frankie adds that sometimes Dave says he loves her, and sometimes he says he wants to break up with her. Because sometimes she is kind to him, and sometimes she makes out with other guys. Man.
The female roommates walk on the beach. Jamie tells Frankie that Dave means a lot to her. Frankie asks why she keeps doing stupid things to jeopardize their relationship. Well, she either doesn't really want to be in a relationship, or she wants to test Dave's love. Both of which really suck. Jamie interviews that she thinks that Frankie wants to be with Adam, but that she's keeping it "under wraps" so that she doesn't screw things up with Dave. Frankie says that she's scared of losing Dave, because she doesn't have a long time later to be with someone. Jamie interviews that the average person with Cystic Fibrosis lives to the age of twenty-seven, so she understands why Frankie wants to live a full life. Which is exactly why she shouldn't hop into a long-term relationship. Live it up while you're healthy.