Ellen thinks that fighting has made her group closer. Ha ha ha! Yeah, so close that they booted Jisela off the continent! In an interview, Rachel says that Ellen advised them to take care of things, but Rachel and Lori are worried that saying some thing will make things worse, not better. I don't know why Rachel would think that. I mean, when Mike apologized to Quarrel for his stupid, offensive, racist uncle remark, she totally let it drop and...okay, bad example. Well, the time that Rachel explained to them that it hurt her feelings when they picked on her, Quarrel was really understanding...oh, wait. Um. Okay, so Rachel is totally right to be scared.
Hey, did you know that they are in the desert? They are. I know this because they showed a couple of scenes featuring sand and camels. The kids all go out to dinner at a restaurant. Quarrel agrees with Mike that he is the worst dressed in the house. Quarrel is wearing that sweater with the cowl that goes on her head -- the same one that she was wearing in the confrontation with Malik's friend Nomani, I believe. ADDam totally rips on Quarrel's outfit. Ellen laughs, and Quarrel protests that it was handmade in India. Quarrel tells ADDam that he's the dumbest person she's ever met. What? I mean, she knows Mike! How can she say that? Ellen wonders why Quarrel is bickering with everyone. Quarrel claims that they are joking. ADDam says that he wants to trade Quarrel for some camels. Quarrel says that wasn't funny. It really wasn't. I mean, it's nice to see someone sticking up to Quarrel, but does it have to be a clearly-off-his-meds ADDam? Because his comebacks are just dumb. In an interview, Mike tells us how much he admires ADDam for being confident. ADDam's parting shot to Quarrel is, "You know what's the best thing about you? The back of your head." That is so dumb. And yet, Quarrel gets all riled up, and Mike is happy because he feels that ADDam has taken away Quarrel's intimidation factor.