Montana: Listen, if you're...
Vaj: I'M NOT IN YOUR LIFE ANYMORE!
Montana: If you're in a relationship with...
Vaj: I don't want to be in your life, and you know why? 'Cause you're a SELFISH! WHORE!
Did he say, "Well, bummer"? Big words for a small man with a tiny little name. I guess "You have cooties!" and "You stink, Mr. Poopypants!" got away from him in the pivotal moments of his fiery throes of anger. Oh, but then there's the whole "whore" thing. So I guess he got her pretty good, after all.
And so it goes. And goes and goes and goes. Montana cries (and, alternately, in some other shots, doesn't cry) while Vaj screams a litany of Too Hot for Real World epithets while the rest of the house sits in the living room judging Montana for ever thinking this arrangement could work to begin with. During which you can actually hear the fight taking place in the next room, which offers a level of realism not often seen on a season so turgid that so much editing needs to be done to create a little linear drama that a character's hair will change color and style three times during a confessional. Five, if it's Jason. Like I need to explain all of this to you smart people. Montana ends up being the one to hang up the phone first.
Timber has blow-dried her hair and brought Jason a flower. Awwww. She cries some more in the firehouse, telling him that she's given him the benefit of the doubt so many times and now he's just "leaving [her] out to dry." She fills in a very important blank: "You have done this exact thing to me before." Good. At least she knows. Jason characterizes their relationship in voice-over form as "a pain in the ass," and we cut back to them on the bridge to a 'T' stop with Timber hugging him and crying miserably. Cut briefly again to the CCC, where Jason tells us that "something happens between childhood and adulthood." Yeah, it's called "maturity." And the world is still waiting for you to catch up. And back to the firehouse again, Timber begs him once more for Jason not to end the relationship. Pa. Thet. Ic.
Back to the "we get the parallel, now put down the mallet" Montana Situation, Genesis drops by for another cameo to helpfully confessionalize, "I think she genuinely was shocked that Vaj reacted that way, and I think it's really a sad thing that you cannot see this coming from a hundred miles away." Inside, Montana calls Vaj (collect?) and stilted small talk ensues. Finally, Montana gets around to noncommittally apologizing, but worries, "I just don't know, like, when you're gonna blow up about things again." Probably when she moves to another city and cheats on him with another long-term boyfriend. On television. Just sayin'.