Aaron says he wanted to tell his roommates about his modeling career, but he wasn't sure how to work it into conversation without sounding like a total Steve Stunning. He laughs, takes the calendar from Beth, and tells the crowd that while he "sold [his] soul to the devil, it was for a good cause."
Tami says she didn't expect Aaron to get as angry as he did. Which, from what I've seen, is not at all.
Downstairs, Aaron perches on the kitchen table, looking at all the paper Beth wasted for her teeny, tiny, teensy little burn. Upstairs on the landing, the rest of the roommates and what looks like the entire crew -- seriously, like five guys with a boom mike, and a camera, and some lighting -- look down on him as he shakes his head pseudo-solemnly. "You guys just raped me," he cracks. Wow, if that burned anyone, I'd have to say it was Beth "David Is A Rapist" S.
Dom asks Aaron if he was drunk when he took the picture. Aaron leans back on the table and calls Dom an asshole. In a very unmad way. Dom claims that he just now found out about Project Burn Aaron, which appears to be true, considering the fact that he was not on the Kinko's run.
Dom, in an interview, says he thought the entire thing was funny, and that he explained to Aaron that there was no way he was going to be able to protect him from Beth's wrath. Or, "wrath."
Later, Aaron, who finally seems slightly irritated (like, less irritated than I get when I receive a parking ticket, but more irritated than I get when my office runs out of Hazelnut non-dairy creamer, and I have to use French Vanilla), tells the gang that it's nice how much enjoyment they get out of making fun of others. Oh, whatever, Aaron. I'd come up with some snide comment about how hypocritical that statement is, except for the fact that I think Aaron is just annoyed because he's taken the joke in such good stride, and now no one will let it go, which, coming from a group of sarcastic, and joke-minded friends, I can understand. It's time for everyone to laugh, hug, and forget it. Besides, it's more fun for me to make fun of Beth than it is to make fun of Aaron. It's also much, much easier.