Ron gives Trishelle a massage to help calm her down as she tells her roommates it's nothing personal against them. Trishelle tells Tammy Faye that Sally Jessy really hurt her feelings, because the clips only showed her drunk. Tammy Faye insists that Trishelle came across as a little girl who was just having fun. And "fun" in her book just happens to include showing your panties to Andy Dick; that's all. Tammy Faye assures Trishelle that she's been called everything in the book except for a "Woman of God." I'd like to take this time to say that Tammy Faye Messner is a woman of God. So now she's officially been called everything in the book.
Sally Jessy tells Ice that she meant everything she said, and that she's not taking anything back. When did this woman get to be such a horrible bitch? She's basing her opinion of Trishelle on a thirty-second montage of clips that the producers put together for her. Drop the Hitlertude, Raphael, it makes your ass look fat.
Sally Jessy goes off to say goodbye to everyone in the house, and finds them all trying to console Trishelle. Trishelle says that she feels sorry for Sally Jessy, and that she needs to take lessons from Tammy Faye on being less judgmental and more open-minded toward drunken sluts. Sally Jessy says she's judgmental because that's her job. Correction: that was her job when she had a TV show back in the early '90s. Now she's an unemployed former talk-show host with a botched facelift. Sally Jessy asks Trishelle if she's working right now. Trishelle's confused, and says that her appearing on this show is not work, and that she's not an actress. Sally Jessy believes that the truth was painful to Trishelle. Trishelle says that Sally Jessy hurt her feelings and didn't even care. Trishelle doesn't trust anyone in show business now. I'm sure Steven Spielberg is crushed. She goes downstairs to call a cab. She's mad at everyone in the house, especially herself. She calls her ex-boyfriend to come get her, saying, "I have no idea what my address is, but you have to come get me." I guess she just expects the guy to hop in a car and start driving around Hollywood until he finds her. He asks why she's so pissed, and she blurts, "Sally Jessy Raphael just hurt my feelings!" Traci says that Trishelle's upset because her friends and family are now going to look at her as a slut, a drunk, and an alcoholic. Apparently they didn't get the hint when they saw her acting worse than this on The Real World. Erik tells her not to leave, and to stick it out for one more day. Trishelle says that Sally Jessy called her a slut, and Erik corrects her, saying that she said that Trishelle "appeared" to be a slut. There's a difference. You can't sue someone for saying you "appear" to be a slut on TV. And Sally Jessy didn't call her an alcoholic -- she said that it's time that Trishelle recognized that she has a drinking problem. Trishelle says she's not stupid, and that most people's interpretations of her will lean toward her being a drunken whore, because Sally Jessy insinuated as much. Sorry, Trishelle. You may be right, but you're still stupid. She doesn't think she deserved this kind of treatment, and that's something she's dead on about. Just a quick commentary on that whole talk-show thing from Uncle Bob: the producers were pretty shitty to do that to the cast. They had a lot of nice people on this show and the series was already entertaining enough without slapping them all in the face by parading their worst moments on the air so that they could be publicly humiliated over it. There. I'm tumbling off my soapbox now. Erik tells Trishelle that they've all come so far as a group because of this show, and that she cannot quit now. This is the pep talk she needed to hear, and she decides to stay. Trishelle says that Erik's wonderful, and that if he thinks highly of her, that's all that matters. Five bucks says she tries to bang him before the show ends.