Teck and Colin are in the van discussing the previous night's events. Colin says he would have handled it the same way that Teck did. Then he starts laughing because Teck said he was mad that Ruthie broke the glass because, "what if we have company?" (which isn't exactly what he said, but whatever). This whole van ride is pointless, until finally they reveal that they are planning a house meeting whenever Ruthie leaves.
That night, Ruthie is with a huge group of her friends. While we see them all enjoying the show at Local Motion, WB tells us that Rachel wanted to come to Hawaii and make things better, but that she didn't anticipate Ruthie's serious problems. I'm glad WB is such a mind-reader, since at this point we haven't seen him even speak to Rachel. Colin slyly asks Ruthie and company if they are all going out (which they are) and WB tells Teck that this is their opportunity to have a house meeting.
Ruthie tells her friends that she promised her counsellor she would "be good" this weekend. Her kind, supportive friends say, "Ruthie, if you are seeking counselling for this problem, it must be serious. What do you say we go hang out on the beach and talk, or go grab a bite to eat at a diner." Well, actually they laugh and scoff at Ruthie's counsellor and say, "Yeah, right!"
The rest of the housemates have their meeting outside even though it appears to be quite chilly; Annoying is wearing a hooded sweatshirt with the hood up and pulled tight. WB says that he wanted to have a meeting to figure out how to help Ruthie, but that everyone else was like, "You shape up or you're gone." Tet Girl (wearing a bindi, of course) asks WB how he sees helping Ruthie working out on a daily basis. His reply: "If the six of us can somehow break down her walls, and somehow she recognizes she has a problem, somehow she says, 'You're right. I need help.'". I'm thinking he should just take her out to dinner again. I'm also thinking that's a lot of "somehows" for a workable plan, and that if WB had come up with something a little more concrete instead of living in this fantasy world where Ruthie admits she has a problem, the disaster that happens in Act III could have been prevented. Tet Girl says, "You envision her saying 'I want help'?" How sad is it when she has a better grasp on reality than Wonder Bread?