The roommates give Irene a bunch of wedding presents: beer mugs, a wok, champagne flutes.
Right after the unwrapping, Irene walks upstairs where Beth is on the phone. Beth has been on the phone the entire time, while Irene was spending her last night in the house, getting gifts from all the roommates (and note that Beth was not at the gift-buying spree), and sharing her last evening with them. Beth was on the phone. Chit-chatting. Chortling. Making it all about her.
Beth is a bitch. Like, could you not get off the phone for five minutes to watch Irene open her wedding presents? That's self-involved and rude.
Irene tells Beth that she "wasn't around" to get her pin, so she gives it to her now. While Beth is still on the phone. The pin reads, "Get Over Yourself, You Self-Obsessed Brat." Oh wait, that's the pin I sent Beth. Irene's says, "I'm Not as Sweet and Innocent as I Seem." Beth thanks her half-heartedly and laughs weakly. In an interview, she purses her lips and claims that, contrary to popular belief, she is "a little angel." Whatever gets you through the night, Princess.
In her confessional, Beth says that everyone is dying to see the Aaron Swimsuit Shot.
In an interview, Aaron says that his swimsuit shot was "the king poser, joey, squid picture of my life." I don't even know what half those slang terms mean, but I guess Aaron is embarrassed by his foray into the world of male modeling.
Beth promises that once the calendar is "in [her] possession, it's over." Oh, I'm so scared of you, Beth! You're going to ruin Aaron's reputation at Sweet Valley High! Who will ever agree to go with him to the Fantasy Under the Sea Ball now?
The Hip Squiggly Font of Introduction (tm Djb) informs us that is 5:00 AM on Irene's last morning in the house. Cue the dulcet tones of Boyz II Men (or someone) crooning about saying good-bye as Irene gets up, wakens Tami and Beth, hugs them, and drags her weepy ass to the car. It's so hard. To say. Goodbye. To yesterday. According to the soundtrack. Irene voice-overs that she cried in the car because she was going to miss living in the house, and that she's going to remember this experience for a long, long time. Allow me to translate: Irene wept tears of joy, but she knows she's going to be paying a licensed therapist for a long, long time, as she attempts to forget the horror of living with those five chuckleheads.