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Hey, remember how Swift decided that he didn’t need his wallet for a trip to the doctor? Now we get to learn all about his health insurance! Apparently he’s supposed to pay out of pocket and get reimbursed by his insurance company, but he didn’t bring any money. (And I guess the other two didn’t, either?) After some more exciting insurance talk, it seems Swift will come back and pay them on Friday. This has been Who Said The Real World Can’t be Topical Anymore?: Obamacare Edition.
Swift then moves on to drunkenly hitting on the women who work in the office, until Marie drags him away to go home. To give you an idea of his flirting skills, his response upon hearing one of them is single: “Why?” As if that’s not just plain insulting. “Because I want to be,” is her perfectly logical answer.
On the boat ride home, Swift slurs and babbles about how much fun he’s having in spite of his injury, and how happy he is to have grown closer to Ginger and especially Marie. Once again, everything he says is an attempt to piss off Latoya.
Marie switches topics to the still-unsolved mystery of who put the fish in their tub in the first place, and Swift admits he’s way too confused about that. Back at the house, he slurs at Captain Needy for a bit and asks Marie for another drink. Personally, I’d stop drinking so I could start taking pain meds, but to each his own I suppose. Ginger and Marie record a confessional on the computer in which Marie continues to play innocent and blame RomCom.
Speak of the devil, she is quite literally doing cartwheels around Trey as he plays some mini golf outside. So, no changes there. Their screen time in this episode is mercifully brief, even if it does mean watching Swift and Latoya have the same fight 243095 times.
Speak of THOSE devils, Swift comes over to kick poor Captain Needy out of Latoya’s bed mid-conversation so he can chat with her. Latoya basically throws herself on the sword, taking full responsibility and offering to pay his medical bills. She says she was unaware of the seriousness of the situation because she got upset and walked away like most rational people would. She insists that she would have stopped if she realized what was going on.
I’ve been on Latoya’s side pretty much since all this shit started, but I was willing to give Swift time to cool off. We’re past that point now, as he takes everything she just said and continues to be a total dick. He condescendingly asks how old she is, as if that is in any way relevant.
How old are YOU, princess? Are you getting lightheaded up there on your high horse?
Latoya finally asks him why he put himself in the situation by running up and jumping in the water. THANK YOU. They continue yelling at each other as the other roomies look mildly perturbed to have their sunbathing interrupted by this nonsense. Ginger wonders aloud where the argument is going and decides they both have too much pride for it to end anytime soon.