Mo’Rum asks Ginger to make her a drink, and as is the nature of their relationship, he asks how high. Turns out she actually wasn’t being an asshole this time, though, because she’s draped his hook bracelet around a liquor bottle. That is such an amazingly Mo’Rum way to give someone a gift. Ginger then asks if she actually wants a drink.
Haaaave you met Mo’Rum?
The roomies all head out to a bar, but Swift leaves early to carry out his prank. His initial plan of putting them in drawers under the bed doesn’t work, as they can escape. He then decides to wrap them up in the girls’ comforters. Good thing Real Worlders never make their beds! Also, I cannot stop feeling bad for those poor, defenseless animals. Grandpa and RomCom come home, and she is drunkenly helping while also begging to be told what is going on.
Grandpa and Swift suddenly express concern that Latoya will run and jump on her bed. Exactly. Let’s think about the ACTUAL victims of this prank, dammit! Where’s PETA when you need them? Those fuckers will protest ANYTHING.
Latoya and Mo’Rum both roll around on top of their comforters. When they leave the room for a minute, Swift checks to make sure one of them is alive, and it looks iffy for a second, but the chicken has survived. Mo’Rum comes back in and is shocked to find the chicken, giving an “Oh my God” for good measure and jumping into Latoya’s bed. Latoya comes back in and lectures him about catching diseases from animals. Meanwhile, RomCom is consoling the chicken.
Far be it from me to side with RomCom, but at least someone is thinking of the chickens.
Latoya stops her lecture upon finding out that the chicken was in Mo’Rum’s bed to check her own. Upon finding the chicken, she runs screaming from the room and tells Ginger to get it out of her room. No need, as RomCom is already cuddling both chickens. Latoya and Mo’Rum both give Swift props for his prank via the confessional.
Thankfully, Swift returns them to their home immediately (like, in the middle of the night immediately) while telling us that seeing Latoya “run across the room like a chicken with her head cut off” (yes, we see what you did there!) was “priceless.”
Mo’Rum and Ginger cuddle and act all lovey-dovey. It’s a weird conundrum when we’ve already seen the reunion and know how things turned out. Later, at da club, Mo’Rum does a “crazy, deranged, white girl dance” that Latoya both loves and find embarrassing. RomCom, for her part, is now pole dancing for the amusement of Grandpa and Swift.
“Daddy issues? What daddy issues?”
The roomies then go on one of their mandated field trips, an “all you can drink” boat trip. Where do I sign up? (Kidding, drinking on boats scares me because the combination of drunkenness and waves has the potential to wreak havoc on my weak stomach.) Sure enough, all three girls are puking before long. RomCom, totally sincere: “Yay, I can say I’ve been seasick now!” Is there anything this girl doesn’t absolutely love?