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Out at lunch, Mo’Rum wonders what she would do without Latoya. Latoya suggests hanging out with Ginger, which causes Mo’Rum to wonder again what she would do without Latoya. Apparently Mo’Rum wishes Ginger would just tell her to shut up sometimes, but Latoya tells her she walks all over Ginger and treats him like shit. Latoya uses the fish sandwich as an example of Mo’Rum being ungrateful. Luckily we saw that scene, so we have context. Latoya tells her to figure her shit out, and Mo’Rum says she needs to see Max at least once to know where her head is at.
We join Ginger and Mo’Rum mid-conversation, where he claims they’re putting “all the cards on the table.” Something tells me she’s got a full house and he’s got a pair of sixes. Mo’Rum says she wants to cool off for a few days while she uses Max to figure out what she wants. She tries to perk him up with a “Hakuna Matata,” but Ginger is not amused. He jokingly-but-not-really declares their romance “doomed.”
Grandpa and RomCom chase each other around while Mo’Rum and Latoya run through the alphabet: “A is for annoying, B is for (gibberish), C is for confused, D is for dumb, E is for entertaining, F is for foolish.” After a brief pause while Mo’Rum gets perplexed by the alphabet, she realizes that I does not come after F, and that “G is for goons.” They then skip to “J is for jokes,” which they say in unison. Sadly, that is where we leave them, so we never learn how confused Mo’Rum gets by L-M-N-O-P.
Instead, we follow Captain Needy to the main island. He needs to get out of the house, so he’s “meeting locals, doing my damn thing.” And wouldn’t you know it! He almost immediately finds a “yummy little tatted-up blonde,” which is just the kind of girl he’s been looking for since he got here.
Upon finding out that he doesn’t drink, she laughs and declares that she would love to get him drunk despite warnings about his “life before this.” Captain Needy is happy to have met a bad influence. They hang out for a while until he walks her home and gets a peck on the lips for his trouble. It’s probably the most attention he’s gotten from a female in months, so it’s no surprise that he rides all the way home with a smile on his face.
So, you’re probably wondering how that “No Trey’s Allowed” sign over RomCom’s bed is working out. You can ease back off the edge of your seat, because it’s working as well as you expected it to work: