Our Real World: Sydney blondie, Shauvon is caught in a tight bind. David, her ex-fiance pleads with Shauvon to come back home, warning her of the dangers that live inside Real World house. It seems as though this environment, the partying, the...... Read Full Episode Summary »
Even though Dunbar's lady is in town, he still manages to find time to fight with Parisa.
Our Real World: Sydney blondie, Shauvon is caught in a tight bind. David, her ex-fiance pleads with Shauvon to come back home, warning her of the dangers that live inside Real World house. It seems as though this environment, the partying, the drinking and the boys are all too much for David to be sleeping easy at night. As Shauvon talks her way through her ideology of life to Cohutta and KellyAnne, she confesses that she'd rather get married and raise a family than follow her pursuit of a career. The two roommates reassure her that they will back her up in whatever decision she makes. Could Shauvon give up the single, partying lifestyle and put on the veil?
Dunbar looks like a big teddy bear as he whispers to his girlfriend, Julie, on the phone. She arrives in Sydney very soon, for a romantic rendezvous. While expressing his anxiousness for her arrival, Dunbar lets us in on a little secret. If any of the other Real Worlders show Julie disrespect, or if they ruin their time together, Dunbar is wrecking house. And you better believe there will be no mercy.
In the confessional, Parisa says that she would love for things to go well between the couple. With Dunbar's high-strung attitude, all the Real Worlders cannot wait for him to get a little hanky-panky action going on. Then, maybe after being so tired from "working out," he won't go crazy all the time.
Speaking of working, it's work time! The Real World gang chills around the Contiki meeting table, ready for a hard day of work. Their new assignment, under the leadership of KellyAnne, is to taste test at different restaurants and recommend only the finest dinning experiences to the patrons of Contiki. Let's just hope they don't end up eating each other first. Dunbar wants to knock out the assignment and clean the house as soon as possible, so he can have more time to his girlfriend. Parisa, not complying with some of his wishes, drives Dunbar to his limit. They explode in argument... once again. Could this be a total hatred between two people, or a major underlying tide of sexual tension?
The day comes for Dunbar to pick up Julie. As she arrives, this macho guy sheds his tough skin. All day, from introducing her to the other Real World roommates to sitting on the beach and eating out, Dunbar charms with his ability to be a gentleman.
After another demanding phone call from David, Trisha and Isaac see Shauvon's man as a total tool and hypocrite. If he loves her so badly, why would he insist on her coming home, pulling her away from a life loves? He says it's too much for him, leaving Shauvon in not the best of moods. She doesn't understand the fairness in his ultimatum. The conversation ends with David realizing she'd rather not come home to him; she'd rather stay in Sydney.
After a day of taste testing and Dunbar's complaints, arguments start to stir. Julie admits that Dunbar can be quite rude, which propels Parisa to point fingers and accuse Dunbar of his previous behavior. Parisa squeals with laughter as Dunbar says he has never been mean to anyone in the house. With Julie completely understanding Parisa's predicament, Dunbar is finally shut up. He looks at Julie and shrugs. He is caught with the reality of his past.
When Friday rolls around, Julie is in tears, having to head home from Sydney. When she's gone, the yelling commences yet again. Parisa had forgotten the receipt at the Thai restaurant, leaving the group to pick up the tab. Dunbar curses her out at work. After they both meet with an advisor from Contiki, they must now find a way to make amends. Seems like these two are going to have to work on their relationship, or quit their jobs.