Beth tells the camera that she and her mother don't have the typical "nurturing" mother/daughter relationship. Um, I think the typical mother/daughter relationship is, like, 30\% "nurturing" and 60\% "yelling about stuff," at least until you're out of the house. Blah blah blah, neither of them can talk about their feelings. Or something. I don't know.
Back at the house, Mr. Hateful 1993 (Glenn) spits that Beth is "selfish." He hates her, he says. Then he picks a fight with Beth, because apparently one of her friends brought a dog to the house. And Glenn hates dogs, I guess. I don't really understand how Glenn can be so angry about a harmless little dog when he's the one who let twelve unwashed and untalented musicians live in the house for weeks at a time. At any rate, he's being a total ass, as usual. Beth ineffectually tells him to calm down. Everyone else watches as Glenn abuses Beth right there at the table, and once again I am reminded that Glenn has big, big issues with women. The meal degenerates into Glenn and Beth yelling at each other, while everyone else slowly develops acid reflux disease.
Glenn tells us that "a lot of people in the house dislike Beth." You know, all of this bellyaching is only serving to make me feel bad for Beth. I know -- I never thought that would happen, either.
Après fight, Beth lies in her bed and mopes. Jon skips over to her and tells her not to take Glenn seriously: "It's not worth it. He is so messed up in the head." Jon: so young, and so wise. "And don't worry about Dom and Aaron," he finishes. Beth sniffs. Jon tells the camera that he's sick of people picking on Beth. He thinks Glenn is especially rotten to her, and now Aaron's on the bandwagon.