Outside, Mel has the howling Rachel in her lap; Mel is crying, too. Oh, please. Mel camera-talks that two guys should not gang up on a girl like that, regardless of who is wrong or right. Now Rachel walks down the street alone, crying.
Inside, Danny is trying to calm down Wes and Neh, and Wes is just acting for the boys he loves so much, screaming that he "hates" Rachel and then throwing a glass and walking into the other room. Hates her for what? Ruining his lame game with Wren? Permatool.
Sigh. Back outside. Rachel says that there is no way she's going back into that house. Johanna pulls her away and gives Rachel some tough love: she tells Rachel that she's not that drunk, so she'd better pull herself together and stop acting like an idiot. Golf clap for Johanna. More talking on their part. Less caring on mine.
Inside. Rachel weeps her way back into the house. Lacey is there! Hi, Lacey.
Phone room. Rachel talks to Erik, the boyfriend she wants nothing to do with sexually. She tells him about the drama, saying that when Neh jumped in, she told him that at least she didn't go to jail. And then he said, "At least I didn't go to Iraq and claim I did stuff when I really didn't do anything at all." Hee. He said that? Cold. Funny, but cold. Rachel reveals that she then freaked out on Neh and started to try to "claw" at him and stuff. Now she says that she saw people die in Iraq, but that she tried to help them, and she asks Erik for confirmation that she indeed "tried." Erik says that she was a "good nurse." Ooh, I get the feeling Rachel has some secrets from the war. She bitches on that she came on the show to show you could be a young war vet and still have fun. Sure. Unrepresented niche, I guess. She tells Erik to mark her words: she's never going to speak to Neh again. Now get off the phone! Lacey hasn't talked to Ryan for twenty minutes! God. So selfish.
Night. Warehouse. Mel cries in bed to Danny. They don't know why that happened and Mel feels like she's in a nuthouse. Danny is grateful because he wouldn't have been able to get through a lot of the season if it weren't for Mel...and her daily blowjobs. While we see shots of the drunk boys sleeping, Danny reminds Mel that this is almost over. Oh, you don't have to remind me, homeslice. Commercials, in which we learn there'll be a reunion next week. If, as Neh says, Danny really does think he's a big star now, wouldn't he have bought at new hat? Because, you know, apparently not.