Latoya recounts the accusation for the other roomies. Grandpa says he can’t “confirm or deny” since he wasn’t there, prompting this awesome response from Latoya: “I wasn’t there. Didn’t go down.” Captain Needy and Grandpa both side with Swift. Bro code, I guess. Truthfully, I don’t know who to believe, and we haven’t seen any evidence, so I guess we’ll never know.
Next thing we know, Swift is bringing two girls home from da club (where he was apparently partying alone). He claims he hasn’t been bringing girls back to prevent hurting Latoya’s feelings but clearly that’s all out the window now. The girls wake up Captain Needy and Grandpa to “party,” but Grandpa’s already got enough headaches (including one potential migraine right in the house) so he wisely opts out.
The other roomies are a bit perturbed about being woken up at 2 AM when they have work in the morning, so RomCom heads out to
check up on Treyask them to be quiet.
Bed before 2 AM on a work night in a Real World house? What kind of overachievers ARE this people?
They end up taking the party outside, where one of the girls jumps in the pool with Swift. When she asks for a towel, Swift tells us that she’s “mad cocky” and must be brought down a few notches by being forced to wait for a towel. Swift takes so long, in fact, that Captain Needy literally gives her the shirt off his back to keep her warm (why he couldn’t just get her another towel, I do not know). Awww, Needy the Sweetie! These girls are extremely obnoxious though.
They get pissed at Swift when he gets back, and he tells them to get on the boat and head out. Needy tells us Swift is “very obvious” in the way that he does not respect females. Basically, everyone in this scene was an asshole except Needy, and we’re going to move on.
The next morning, Mo’Rum picks a fight with Swift on the van ride to work. It’s exactly as stupid and obnoxious as all of their other fights, and the poor other roomies bury their faces in the car seats with no escape. RomCom is not looking forward to working with them all day.
And for once, she deserves our sympathy.
Swift claims they will be professional once they get to work. At work, Mo’Rum asks their boss for a dead fish to put in Swift’s bed. As opposed to his bathtub, which was only mildly inconvenient. Next, they’re playing a “training game,” where they have to role play as animal and trainer. When Sarah tells Swift that Mo’Rum is going to play his trainer, he refuses. Then he decides, okay, he’ll do it, so Sarah thanks him like she’s congratulating a five year old for cleaning up his toys.
He then promptly takes the opportunity to make fun of Mo’Rum’s drinking, because apparently that is his idea of being “professional.” Mo’Rum calls him a “clown,” and at least she’s right on that point.
Meanwhile, Sarah pats herself on the back for having the foresight not to be a kindergarten teacher.