Next morning, Janelle is back on the phone with Kasib and somehow apologizes for her behavior. Of course, he graciously accepts, and shows it by asking her whether she's busy Saturday, because he's still planning on coming out. Hold on a second, what? Now he's just invited himself there and already has a plane ticket? Janelle tries to cover sounding surprised and never mentions this as being strange, which puts her in the "pushover" category.
The next morning, Janelle voices over that she's "nervous" and "apprehensive" about seeing Kasib. This just gets better and better. MTV artfully establishes the airport with some shots of the "Active unloading or loading ONLY" signs.
When Kasib walks out, Janelle's happy greeting is, "What's up? You've only got two bags?" That's what I call happiness at seeing an old friend. One of his bags is Louis Vuitton, and I'm going to guess knockoff. Recapper Confession Time: I got stuck with someone visiting like this one time when I didn't want him to, and that ended in some serious tears and him threatening to make a scene at my friend's wedding reception. So yeah, it's true that you can somehow get swept up in someone visiting and not be able to say no. But at least I wasn't playing out our problems on national television, and I also learned from it and never spoke to him again. I'd wager a guess that what's going to play out between these two is not going to be their Maiden Voyage of Ugly Fighting. (Whoops, I didn't just spoil anyone, did I?)
Kasib comes into the house and meets all the roommates, and John gets the Quote of the Episode: "Kasib seems like a really chill guy; they've been, I guess, on and off for quite some time now. [Janelle]'s bringing him into this environment to try and rekindle a dysfunctional relationship, and I think it's gonna turn out to be pretty interesting." Janelle and Kasib head to her room, and while John predicts that they'll be getting "cardiovascular," she's reading a magazine and he's lying there as she says she misses him. It really rings true since she's reading as she says it. They do eventually curl up under the blanket.