Once outside, WB says very self-importantly, "I don't know how to say this lightly. There's an awful lot that y'all don't know. [Isn't Matt from SoCal? Why is he saying "y'all"?] You have to trust my judgment. What you want to say, if it has anything to do with an ultimatum, or anything to do with intervention, it's not the right time to say it." In a confessional, Justin says something about how WB is mixed up, but the really true part is when he says that WB's motives taint the good things he does. Back outside, Justin says, "I'm tired of one person dictating how this process works." You and me both, brother! This exchange was so great, I'm just going to transcribe it.
M: I understand that and I promise -- I will make this promise to you....
J: I don't want any more promises.
M: I don't give a crap what you want.
J: That's pretty clear for all of us.
M: Y'all [there it is again!] are in the dark. There is so much that's gone on these last 3 days...
J: I've heard that [starts to leave]
M: I'm just talking about the best thing for Ruthie.
J: It's all mixed up and it's dirty now, Matt. It's just dirty. [walks back inside].
I literally cheered when Justin said that and walked away. Finally, someone tells Matt off! I am going to play that sequence over and over. I'd also like to point out that this looks like the same setting as the confrontation clip between these two they showed early on this year, where WB says, "You're going to come off as really insensitive," and Justin says, "Are you finished?" but that didn't happen tonight. WB says in a voice-over, "I know there's animosity toward me and I don't care because I know what I'm doing is right." It must be nice to be so in love with yourself that you can't even entertain the idea that you might not be right. I'm just saying. In a confessional, Justin says that WB wants to be involved -- wants to save, help and fix -- but that he's in over his head.