Back home, Christina yells at Chris and points out that two of her eggs are missing. Do they have the Amber Alert for eggs in France? She had better put out an APB on those eggs. Chris says, "I haven't touched an egg in a minute, girl!" I don't know what that means, but it made me laugh. Chris says that there were four eggs last time he checked. Does he check the egg status often? Chris says that he'll buy more eggs in the morning. Christina says that whoever took them needs to replace them. Chris tells her to start an investigation. Christina asks Simon if she needs to "piss on all her food to mark [her] territory." And Chris is the gross one? Christina yells and yells about her eggs and asks if they hatched and walked away. Chris tells her that there are more eggs in a bowl on the counter, but Christina has gone off the deep end on the egg issue. Chris promises that it wasn't him. In a confessional, Christina shows her one remaining egg, upon which she has drawn a sad face. She has also added a note asking if her eggs hatched and walked to the pond. She notes that she's hungry and grouchy. I might feel worse if we didn't just see that there is a whole bowl of eggs that she could eat sitting on the counter. Also, she needs a hobby because if she's got time to draw faces on eggs and write fake egg ransom notes, she's got too much time on her hands.
Someone off-camera accuses Ace of eating the eggs, and Ace admits that he did. Adam is incredulous that Ace only left one egg. Hobbies. Get some. And not rapping. Ace interviews that Christina is being dramatic. Ace draws happy faces on two lemons and puts them in the egg carton along with a note that reads, "We love Ace more! So we took thier [sic] place." First "Your welcome" and now "thier place"? Poor Brice. Can you imagine editing these people? The next day, Christina finds the lemons and laughs. Because if it had been Chris, she'd be pissed. Christina interviews that you can't be mad at Ace "because he's the snuggly boy in the house."
Eiffel Tower Shot Vingt-Cinq. Christina tells Ace that she's learning that she's not that easygoing. In a confessional, Christina says that being a control freak "can be to your worst." What? This episode was clearly not brought to you by the Literacy Volunteers of America. Ace says that the two eggs cost twenty cents, but that he knew it would piss her off. Christina says that she needs to be the first one to open her groceries, and if someone else does, she gets mad. Two words. Pad. Lock. Christina laughs at herself. Ace interviews that he's never lived with girls before, and maybe all girls aren't like this, but the girls he lives with are so dramatic. No, all girls aren't like that. And neither are all women.