“Kat, that's your own picture.” Not sure if Kat's wanton destruction actually has any aim or goal, but Jela went into mommy mode the second she saw Kat's act of self-destruction. A real Bad Girl can take care of her sisters! Jela also rightly recognizes this is Lauren's fault, technically.
The twins can talk about how they're better than everyone all day and night, but it turns out they're actually pretty caring too. Somehow they manage to be shady and loving at the same time – “They're not even worth it,” says Shannon. That being said, I would do anything for a Clermont pep talk.
“When the new b*tch comes, what if she's all tatt'ed and a lesbian? And everyone's all over that b*tch now? And she's grabbing on all your butts?” asks Jas. “Nope, those are my butts.” says Kat, in my favorite exchange this season so far.
The twins suggest going to an animal shelter, but somehow the girls end up at a farm. Lauren's excited about her situation-appropriate attire, and even the twins take to the situation well. “Even in our Pradas we're happy to help.” Hell yeah! All new respect for the Clermonts after today.
Kat's girlfriend calls looking for her bae, and Jas is happy to talk her bff up. “She's been doing so good. All she talk about is bae bae bae bae bae bae!” Somehow this backfires, causing Emily to be even more paranoid than before. Kat doesn't take too kindly to this and hangs up.
Jenna's introductory monologue gives us a lot of information: 1. She's insane (she once smeared sh*t on an exes car). 2. She's smart (she brings alcohol for herself to drink as she arrives). And 3. She has a heart (she talks about her mom's struggles with cancer).
Jenna gets taken to a hotel for a night. When she returns, Jela has locked all the doors (and is inexplicably baking cupcakes). Jenna kicks in the knob and, in one fell swoop, proves that she might be the baddest girl here.