Jenna is still sore about the way Ali was ejected from the house. She attempts to confront Jas and Lauren about their excessively bad behavior. Jas isn't interested in apologizing. Jenna says her piece and the girls are able to move on and turn up, somehow.
“There are some things I really don't want you to see,” says Jenna to her father, reflecting on her BGC experience. “You think I think you're some virginal Madonna?” replies her father, full of wisdom.
It's sort of hard to tell who throws hands first here, but somehow Kat, Jas, and Amber wind up in a fist-throwing tangle. The intrepid security guards step in to block the blows. Seriously, they deserve a Purple Heart for their bravery.
Ok, get ready, 'cause this is about to get confusing: When the girls return home, Jas and Lauren are angry at Kat for not popping off on Jela and the Twins the way she popped off on Amber. Kat claims that Amber's smile triggered post-traumatic flashbacks from the days of the Clermonts. Kat then pulls over Amber to apologize. “You a bad b*tch for apologizing to me,” says Amber, ready to move on. Oh, what tangled webs Bad Girls weave.
It's move out day and Kat doesn't want to leave on bad terms with Beatrice. Beatrice is feeling her “Queen Petty” fantasy and responds with the silent treatment. “I accept your apology. No hard feelings,” says Ginger eventually.