Rachel complains that nobody is sticking up for her.
Mohammed says that it was totally uncool for Puck to throw that pillow at Rachel's head. Rachel gives a self-satisfied smirk. Mohammed says that he has to listen to Puck bitch about her every night. Rachel says that her life is great right now, except for Puck.
Pedro shaves and tells us that everyone has committed to living together for the amount of time that they have committed to live together. Hey, it's not my sentence, man. Rachel puts on shoes that are Doc Martens in the front and sandals in the back. Hee. So ugly. "Puck makes me crazy, too," Judd adds here for absolutely no reason. Did we ask you to come out of your cage, Judd? Shut up! Go draw something.
Everyone goes to a restaurant for Mohammed's birthday. Pedro tells us that they all talked about Puck because Mo brought him up. Puck's not there, by the way. They're still talking about the pillow thrown in Rachel's general direction. She says that it didn't hurt her, but that it was mostly "the action" that upset her. She says that his words hurt her much more. Poor baby. They all admit that they are frustrated with Puck. Rachel opens her eyes so wide they fall into her curry. Cory warbles around that Puck cares about them, and that he'll want to get along with all of them. Rachel immediately pipes up that she likes Puck, but that she doesn't like the way he's "declared war on the house." I wish Rachel and Cory would just flip for Puck. Pedro says that he doesn't like Puck at all. Suddenly they are all saying that they don't want to kick Puck out of the house. Judd's all uncomfortable. Cory is pouting. Rachel says that "unlike Cory," she's not afraid of confrontation and she can't do it alone. Pedro says that he doesn't want Puck out of the house. Mo says that it's the only thing they have with which to threaten Puck. Pam says that Puck will just walk. Mo and Rachel say that Puck wouldn't leave. Mo tries to make a million-dollar bet as Rachel pipes up, "He's not going out like that." Judd asks whether he may speak to Puck alone first. All conversation stops, as Judd the Mood Killer has done his work again.
Judd leaves a note for Puck as he tells us that he just wants a moment alone with Puck to talk to him before everyone else gangs up. Judd draws as he tells us that Puck hasn't been around lately. He says that Puck might be lying low.