Brynn whines to the other female roommates that she quit her job, and has nothing left at home for her. She thought being on the show was her one chance to avoid getting pregnant, so now she'll have to go home and get knocked up. Because B/M provides free condoms and she can't afford them on her own? I still don't get why so many people on the show (and off) see being a roommate as this great opportunity. This great opportunity to do what? Meet other people? You can't meet other people unless you go on the show? Get famous? Is that the kind of fame you really want -- all of the hassle and none of the money or prestige? I guess since I don't understand why anyone would want to be on this show, I can't understand why Brynn is so sad to leave. Anyway, the other women basically tell her that she can still make something of herself even if she gets kicked out. Brynn says that she had a really good time. In an interview, Arissa says that she doesn't want to see Brynn go home, and that even though Brynn can drive her crazy, she deserves "this experience" as much as the other six of them do. Which is to say, not at all.
Arissa advises Steve to talk to Brynn before he makes a decision. Steve says that he thinks he's being rational, and that he made "some amazing points." I think he only had one point, and it was that he doesn't want Brynn to stay because then he might have to hit her. Arissa seems to kind of agree with me, because she tells Steve that he made his points, but she leaves out the "amazing" part. Arissa thinks Steve should talk to Brynn so that no one thinks it was a hasty decision. Steve says he'll make the same decision in the morning. In an interview, Steve says that he's "putting up a very valid argument about why she should go." He can keep saying that as much as he wants, but it still won't be true. Steve decides that he can "oblige Arissa." Power trip, much?