It's a gloomy day in Sydney when prodigal son Isaac returns to the house, eager to let loose and party after attending his grandfather's funeral. The roommates welcome him back and fill him in on Trisha's exile. To KellyAnne's surprise, Isaac is...... Read Full Episode Summary »
After discussing the situation with her family and the rest of the room mates, Parisa decides she can no longer live with Trisha, so she sends her home.
It's a gloomy day in Sydney when prodigal son Isaac returns to the house, eager to let loose and party after attending his grandfather's funeral. The roommates welcome him back and fill him in on Trisha's exile. To KellyAnne's surprise, Isaac is happy to see Trisha go and not buying into the house hatred of Parisa.
Meanwhile in couple-land, Ashli talks to a friend about her burgeoning non-romance with Dunbar. She admits that she's been sleeping in his bed every night, but suspects he's growing more and more uncomfortable with the situation.
Isaac gives Parisa some much needed support, reminding her that not only is he happy that Trisha's gone, but so are Dunbar, Cohutta and deep down, KellyAnne too. Parisa feels a lot better but warns him that Ashli's become the new KellyAnne and KellyAnne's taken over Trisha's role.
Ashli and Dunbar continue to fill Isaac in on the less dramatic happenings in the house, including Ashli's appointment as the new team leader for Isaac's Contiki team. Knowing that Ashli hates Parisa for making Trisha leave, Isaac decides to stir things up, questioning why Ashli liked Trisha in the first place. The best Ashli can come up with: Trisha was fun to party with.
KellyAnne claims she wants to try and be civil with Parisa. When Parisa confuses this civility with an attempt to pretend nothing ever happened with them, the girls again butt heads because KellyAnne refuses to apologize for her actions.
Dunbar worries about people thinking he's trying to have sex with Ashli and vice versa. Ashli finally gets frustrated with his constant complaining and reminders of how much he loves his girlfriend and heads out for the night without him. Dunbar admits to Isaac that he's worried about getting messed up and taking things with Ashli too far.
Over drinks and dinner, Ashli and KellyAnne chit chat about Isaac's return and his feelings on Trisha's exit. The girls fess up that Trisha had a lot of qualities they didn't admire and may even understand Parisa's decision to make Trisha leave.
Inspired by a drunken stroll to the fish tank, Isaac decides naked snorkeling is the best way to keep the night going. The roommates all gather to watch. If they weren't happy to have Isaac back before, they are now. As Cohutta put it, "sometimes a man just feels the need to get naked and swim with goldfish".
The party continues as Isaac demands everyone take shots in honor of Dunbar's birthday (which it indeed is not). Clearly, a drunken roommate hot tub is in order. And what better place for KellyAnne and Parisa to have a heart to heart about everything that's happened? Kelly Ann apologizes but Parisa warns her it's going to take more than an "I'm sorry".
On the other end of the hot tub, Ashli and Dunbar hash things out about their non-relationship. Ashli is annoyed with how paranoid he gets, even though she's never tried anything sexual with him. Dunbar whispers in her ear that he just doesn't want to make her mad at him and they come to some kind of peace. Another sleepover ensues and both Dunbar and Ashli stress over how much the other tempts them. They claim they'll just spoon again that night, but the covers are pulled up and it sounds like more than just spooning's going on.
Sure enough, the next day Ashli emails her friend and informs her that she and Dunbar had sex and it meant something to her. Dunbar calls Julie but decides he doesn't want to tell her for fear of her sleeping with someone else.
KellyAnne and Parisa again talk about what's happened between them. Both girls feel the friendship is going in a better place now that they both understand where the other is coming from.
Isaac opens up some to Parisa about his grandfather's death. Before things can get too serious, Isaac prompts Parisa to run through a fountain and go swimming in it. Parisa feels Isaac's return has offered them all a new start and gives him a big wet hug in appreciation.