The roommates go out to a club. I can't believe I never made a macro for that phrase this season. Steven voice-overs that he knows Trishelle has a type, and that when he saw this guy Tyler, he knew that was it. In an interview, Trishelle says that Steven pointed Tyler out to her. Trishelle starts talking to him. Ew. He's ugly. He's got a caveman forehead. It's seriously gigantic. It's like a drive-in movie screen and then on it is projected the word "Ugly." In an interview, Steven says he just wants Trishelle to be happy. Brynn meets Tyler and says in an interview that he's really nice and "one of the cutest guys [she's] ever met." What? Oh, that's right. Brynn is crazy. Trishelle and Tyler hang out and hug and cuddle and flirt. He kisses her goodnight.
The next day (?) Trishelle talks to her sister Buffy on the phone. Trishelle gushes over Tyler and how great he is and how in love they are. Buffy points out that they've only known each other for two days, but Trishelle says they both feel the same way. In an interview, Trishelle says that most people her age have been in love a few times, and that she wants to know what it feels like. Buffy advises Trishelle to slow down so she and Tyler can get to know each other. Trishelle thinks Buffy is being pessimistic, but Buffy insists that she's being realistic.
Irulan sprints through the casino to give Dina a giant hug. I'm most impressed that Irulan managed to do all of that without spilling the drink in her hand. Because God forbid she set it down first. Some people on the forums thought Dina was ugly, but I think she's cute. In an interview, Irulan says Dina is close with Dario and very close with the pregnant girl. Dina gets introduced to Arissa. Irulan mentions that Arissa recently broke up with Dario. Dina asks if Arissa is upset about it. Arissa says she is, but that it's also a relief. That is the point where Irulan should have pulled Dina aside and mentioned "Ixnay on the abybay alktay." Or she could skip the Pig Latin part. I don't know why I just wrote that in Pig Latin.