Back at home, Christina sadly says that her peanut butter is gone. Chris yells that she should quit bitching, and points out that she drank "all [his] lick-ah." That's "liquor." Christina claims that she doesn't know what he's talking about. She keeps saying, "lickerrrrrrrr" and Chris says "lick-ah!" and it cracks me up how differently they pronounce that word. Christina very seriously tells Leah, "My crunchy peanut butter? Is not safe in this house." Like Chris fucked it or something. Ew. I just grossed myself out. Because maybe he did! Chris interviews that he feels justified in eating the peanut butter because Christina drank the champagne he bought. Christina tells Leah that she bought a lot of ham, and that her ham's gone. She says it with the tone of voice one would normally reserve for saying, "My savings are gone" or "My mother's antique ring is gone." It's ham. They'll make more. Just make Chris buy you some. Christina interviews that Chris is a nice guy, but that he doesn't have respect for his roommates or their things. Christina and Leah discuss how much money they've spent on groceries. Leah thinks that Chris thinks that, since he paid for martinis one night, he can eat whatever he wants. Christina concludes that she "can't be entitled to that for the rest of [her] time." I don't think that word means what she thinks it means. Christina then complains that Chris thinks he's entitled to everything. That's better. Christina interviews that Chris is going to have to change. Christina tells Leah that she's going to "have a blowout with the unmentioned food-eater."
Ace talks to his friend, Brad, on the phone. Brad asks about Ace's roommates. Ace immediately says that he kissed Mallory the other night. I hope Brad isn't friends with Kate. Ace says that it was just a drunken kiss, and not a hook-up. Ace interviews that he feels bad about kissing Mallory because of Kate. Ace tells Brad that he loves Kate to death, but that he doesn't want to look back on his time in Paris and have regrets. Ace interviews that he's wishy-washy, because some days he wants to marry Kate, and some days he just wants to have fun. If he really sees marrying Kate as the opposite of fun, then I don't think he should marry her. Also, doesn't Kate have any say in this matter? Maybe she doesn't want to marry him? Brad advises Ace just to live life to the fullest. In an interview, Ace explains the concept of "Ace on nine," which is reminiscent of a speech Puck gave one time, like, what kind of person likens his personality to a volume knob? Puck and Ace. Which are both dog names, now that I think of it. Anyway, Ace says he's "on nine" when he feels like himself and can be comfortable. Ace tells Brad that he needs to be "on nine" in France.