Cut to the pool room. Jon asks Glenn and Aaron what, specifically, bugs them about Beth. Glenn responds by calling Jon "full of it," and then laughs. Huh? How is that even an answer? Anyway, Aaron says "she's psycho." Jon explains to the viewing public that it can be difficult to have a conversation with Aaron. Jon responds to this "psycho" charge -- and let me tell you, compared to the foolios over at Big Brother, Beth is the picture of mental health -- by saying that Aaron is incapable of having a conversation like a normal person -- that he has his opinions, and that anyone who disagrees with him is wrong. Aaron sputters. Jon asks the two of them just to chill with Beth. "You're a typical spoiled brat, Aaron," Jon says. "You're a typical idiot," Aaron retorts. Jon shakes his head and goes upstairs. "I am not a spoiled brat!" Aaron bitches, stamping his foot.
Later, Beth and her mom walk on the beach and force themselves to enjoy some quality time. Beth gloomily predicts that this visit won't change anything. All she wants is for her mother to be proud of her, but that will never happen, she says. Way to have a positive attitude. Then Beth voice-overs some depressing stuff to the effect that her mom does the best she can, and that's all she's ever going to get, and that she'll have to just accept that. Then her mother hops on a plane and, with a giant sigh of relief, returns to her glamorous life as the Polish Voice of Cleveland.
Back at the house, Beth and Aaron have it out. Calmly. I mean, they don't yell. He asks her whether she has a problem with Glenn. Beth responds that Glenn is only trying to bait her in order to create drama in his boring, boring life. Aaron smacks a basketball as he apologizes for upsetting Beth in the past, and tells her that she can always come to him if she needs to talk. Beth explains that she's bothered by his calling her "psycho" behind her back, and that she doesn't feel that he respects her. For some reason, Aaron is wearing a black velvet riding cap, like the one Elizabeth Taylor wears in National Velvet. It's distracting. Anyway, Beth explains that Aaron needs to accept their differences of opinion. Aaron agrees that he needs to become more compassionate. They hug. I'm positive this new peace between them will last forever and ever.