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RomCom greets Grandpa and instantly asks why he’s upset. They exchange tense pleasantries until Grandpa asks her if she thought he wouldn’t find out that she dared to speak to another male. She informs him that she has a number, which she does not plan to use. He tells her she can use it because she’s single, in a tone that suggests the very opposite. He claims she can end what they have any time, but she meekly says she doesn’t want to do that. This whole conversation just got drastically uncomfortable.
Let’s move outside, where Mo’Rum is still calling Swift “stupidass.” It really looks like he just went to sit down and relax and she decided to be an asshole, so I get why he’s upset, but he then proceeds to yell for a really long time. Swift does not seem to be very good at walking away and letting things go, and this time he doesn’t have sea-urchined feet as an excuse for not being able to walk away. He also yells at Ginger and Captain Needy for defending her, and it’s all just dumb as hell but at least we’re not watching Grandpa and RomCom through our fingers anymore.
The next morning, it’s nice and rainy to reflect the somber mood. Mo’Rum has written an apology note for RomCom, and tells Latoya that while she doesn’t agree with RomCom’s choices, she needs to express that more respectfully. Then she apologizes to RomCom’s face, despite the fact that it doesn’t look like RomCom was even mad by that point. She forgives Mo’Rum with a hug, probably utterly confused at this sincere expression of remorse for being mistreated.
Swift recounts the previous night’s fight for Grandpa, and based on what we saw it does seem like he didn’t do anything wrong. Swift tells us he’s stuck on an island with “this crazy chick” and a bunch of “soft dudes” who won’t tell her to shut up, so he’s just going to separate himself. Probably wise, I’ll do the same from this situation at this time.
After a day in town, Mo’Rum surprises Ginger with… yellow sneakers? Because they didn’t have the orange ones in his size? Well, we already know that Ginger does not have a strong fashion sense. Mo’Rum says she likes to surprise people with gifts. Ginger is literally like a kid on Christmas morning, bouncing around the house like he just got a new bicycle. Is that still a thing? Do kids still get excited about that?
Grandpa agrees to Latoya’s suggestion to go out for dinner, prompting RomCom (who is leaning on his arm) to scoff “Fine, I WON’T cook you dinner.” Out at dinner, Mo’Rum tells Grandpa and the other girls that she finds Swift to be fake. Latoya points out that they have to see each other every day, so they should try to make peace for the sake of themselves and the other roomies. Grandpa also points out that they have to work in the same group. Wow, for once I almost actually feel bad for RomCom, since she’s stuck with them.