Mike tells us that there are some things that should stay private. Coral reads Rule #2: "Don't have sex on TV. People are watching!" Thank you! I know these rules are jokes and all, but seriously, future roommates should listen and learn. In Boston, Kameelah takes Doug into the bedroom to "talk," and her roommates watch on the video monitor. Except that they actually watched Elka and Walter, not Kameelah and Doug. But never let it be said that B/M let the truth stand in the way of a good visual. In Hawaii, Teck brings a stripper home. In New York, Malik and Jisela have sex. What about Mike and his friend from home? That was way more obvious than Jisela and Malik, I thought. Anyway. In Chicago, it looks like Chris hooks up with some dude, and Aneesa hooks up with some lady. Cara says she kissed some guy and he was sweaty, and then brags that she made out with a rock star. Am I supposed to be impressed?
Coral tells us that the last rule is the most important one. Mike leans into the camera, which worked once, but not twice. He whispers that it's important to remain calm when dealing with your roommates. Coral reads Rule #1: "Remember: You're the smart one and everyone else is an idiot." Finally a rule that future roommates will actually follow. We see footage from Miami of Dan and Melissa fighting over the slides, but they skip the part where she called him a "flamer." In the original New York season, Heather and Eric wrestle, which is awesome, because Heather totally beats the pretty boy down. During that season, Kevin and Julie get in a big fight about racism. In New Orleans, Melissa yells, "Time the fuck out!". In L.A., Aaron has to hold David back from Jon. In New York, Nicole waves her finger in Kevin's face. In Boston, Kameelah rolls her eyes and gives some attitude. I can't link that one because it happened in every single episode. In Seattle, Stephen slaps Irene. In Chicago, there will be lots of fights, including Tonya throwing a glass at Theo because he made her feel unsafe.