Brynn and Austin walk around Vegas, laughing. In an interview, Brynn says that her time with Austin was one of the best weeks she's had in Vegas. And that was the whole scene. I love montages!
In the bathroom, Trishelle tells Arissulan that Steven wants them to go buy a pregnancy test together. Then she rolls her eyes like you did as a teen when your mom told you that, yes, you did have to go to your aunt's house for dinner, and yes, you did have to pretend that you liked the asparagus, and no, you couldn't ditch early and go to the mall. In an interview, Trishelle says that if she is pregnant, her life as she knows it has ended. Trishelle explains that Steven said she has to do this. Is this really a revelation to her? Why is she surprised that she has to do this? Arissulan agree with Steven. In an interview, Arissulan say that Trishelle needs to buy a test immediately, and that none of them are prepared to handle a potential Trishelle pregnancy. Dude, me neither. Although I don't think it matter if any of us can handle it. I think it matters if Trishelle and Steven can handle it. But leave it to a Real World roommate to make this all about herself. Irulan doesn't think Steven would make a good father. I would give Irulan props for saying that, but it's like saying, "I think people come to Las Vegas to gamble." Um, duh?
Brynn and Austin go out for sushi, and no, that's not a euphemism. Austin thinks that their week together has been great. Brynn says that with other boys, kissing is just kissing, but with Austin, it's so much more. In an interview, Brynn says that Austin is genuine and happy. Austin tells Brynn that she sucked him in, and no, that's not a euphemism either. At least I don't think it is. Ew. Brynn says that she's "the sand pit from hell." She should put that on her business cards: Brynn, the Sarlacc Pit. Austin says that he wants to keep sinking. Ew, that was kind of cheesy. In an interview, Brynn says that while she wants to be committed and trustworthy, she doesn't think that she can. Brynn says that she's scared and Austin says she's not very optimistic. What is he, new? This is Brynn, the negative Nellie.
Steven and Trishelle sit in a plastic hanging chair and look glum. In an interview, Trishelle says that she's nervous about taking the pregnancy test and scared to possibly have a baby. Now she's nervous and scared? What happened to her "don't worry, get drunky" philosophy? Trishelle says that she'd keep the baby. Steven says that he would raise the child, because he could handle it. In an interview, Trishelle says that shocked her because she doesn't know if a child would fit into Steven's lifestyle. In an interview, Steven says he thinks he would be a good father. Of course he does. He also thought he would be a good husband, but his ex-wife obviously begs to differ. And he thought he would be a good roommate, and I take some issue with that. I can't decide who would be a scarier parent -- Steven or Trishelle. I think Steven, because he has high enough self-esteem that he wouldn't realize how much he sucked, whereas Trishelle would start crying and then throw up and then give the baby to her sister or something. Steven adds, as a reason for why he would be a good father, "I'm very free with love." Which is how he got into this mess in the first place. Trishelle says that she's fine, but she thinks Steven is nervous. He says she's making him more nervous. In an interview, Steven says that if Trishelle's pregnant, it will bind them for the rest of their lives, which is okay with him.