After getting some blue drink up her nose, RomCom comments, in what is hopefully an offhand comments and not a terrifying bit of foreshadowing, “You’re trying to kill me!”
Speaking of people talking about their situation that never seems to change, Mo’Rum claims not to know what she wants while Ginger is confident that she doesn’t want him. He claims that while her parents take care of her, he takes care of his parents, which is probably the most telling thing we’ve learned about him so far. Mo’Rum acknowledges that he’s not her usual type, and she doesn’t know how to deal with her feelings like he does. He says he’s a relationship person and gets invested, but she says they’re both young and need to get stuff out of their systems, even though most days she wants to “climb all over” Ginger.
Really, Mo’Rum? Even the days when he’s apparently attending an ugly Christmas sweater party on a tropical island?
Grandpa calls up the GBH, and Latoya informs us that she thinks they have a secret, and her best guess is pregnancy. Latoya seems pretty astute. Apparently GBH hasn’t been “really” drinking, but it seems she’s going the abortion route. Grandpa isn’t psyched to hear about her being out drunk at a bar, and she counters with, “But you’re hooking up with people.” He threatens to break up with her if she goes out on a date, and she promptly and awesomely calls him out on it. He gets all pissy and slams the phone down and stomps away like a kid having a tempter tantrum. I hope she dumps his ass so hard, seriously.
The girls go sex toy shopping, where RomCom is the most comfortable and well-versed with the merchandise, so there you go. She also gets some stuff to make Grandpa last longer, so TMI as usual. Mo’Rum gets some pheromone perfume to use on Filippo, but Latoya points out that Ginger already follows her around the house.
Back at the house, they get in the pool and chat about their situations. RomCom compares Mo’Rum to Grandpa and herself to Ginger. Mo’Rum says titles are bad, because the second she has a boyfriend she starts looking elsewhere. Latoya points out that Ginger genuinely cares for Mo’Rum, wants to be with her, and cut off his GBH. Then she loses me when she tells RomCom that Grandpa “genuinely likes” her, but hasn’t cut off his GBH.
Latoya, you are far too wise to be encouraging this. Stop that, damn it!
She does at least point out that Grandpa is leaning more towards Chelsea, and RomCom begrudgingly agrees but claims she won’t be devastated if he does choose Chelsea.
Mo’Rum and Ginger are out drinking, and she starts flirting with the owner of the bar. Ginger says he has no idea where he stands and whether he should stop it because they’re so bad at communication. That’s very diplomatic of him, because she is clearly the one with the communication problems. Eventually they head home, and Mo’Rum is extremely drunk, even for her.