Back at the house, Simon says that Chris is "so caveman." Leah says that it's difficult for her even to look at Chris. Mallory interviews that she's starting to feel bad for Chris because they all gang up on him. Christina says that she doesn't know if she's feeding off her roommates, but sometimes just the sound of Chris's voice annoys her. Who hasn't felt that way about a roommate at times, even one you like? Leah says that Chris is "so uneducated" that he won't understand anything. Come on. It's not like he dropped out of school in the fifth grade, right? Maybe he didn't go to college, but it's not like Leah has her doctorate in metaphysics. In conclusion, shut up, Leah.
The roommates take the train somewhere. This is definitely the same train ride they showed last week when Mallory and Simon discussed Ace. Christina tells Simon and Mallory that she's not going to say anything to Chris tonight because she's "not centered." Simon points out that Chris is standing nearby, and Christina says she doesn't care. In a confessional, Chris mumbles something about how he hears them talking about him. Christina says that she's about to pop something and she never does that. I don't know. I guess a rumble is brewing.
So now it's time for the Most Awesome Thing I Saw on TV Last Week. The most awesome thing I saw on TV last week was a movie on (what else?) the Lifetime Movie Network called The Edge of Innocence starring Kellie "Becca Thatcher" Martin and James "Cyclops" Marsden.