While they're working on the sailboat, Cameran and Robin talk about how they can't believe Frankie kissed Adam the night before. What's more, they don't like the weird lookin' dude (Adam). Robin's tired of hearing how much Frankie loves Dave when...... Read Full Episode Summary »
While they're working on the sailboat, Cameran and Robin talk about how they can't believe Frankie kissed Adam the night before. What's more, they don't like the weird lookin' dude (Adam). Robin's tired of hearing how much Frankie loves Dave when she's kissing on Adam. Later, on the phone, Adam assures Frankie that she hasn't done anything too terrible in San Diego, but she still worries her honey Dave will be upset. Oh, he won't be happy.
That night, as the roommates begin their evening of going out, Robin tells Cameran that if anything happens to her, Robin will be there for her. Randy explains that the other roommates feel like they have to baby-sit young Cameran because of her naiveté. Cameran meets a guy and they pal around the club together until Cameran realizes that some people there might be doing drugs. When she looks around for Robin, she can't find her. The roommates are pissed that all Robin can think about is herself. But Robin doesn't like feeling responsible for Cameran when she gets in trouble. Off on their own, even Jamie and Jacquese talk about how Robin has a difficult time recognizing her faults or taking responsibility for certain actions.
On the way home, from the backseat of the car, Robin slugs Brad four times, yes, FOUR times. She's not happy that he's coming down on her about the whole Cameran situation. He jokes that he's going to press charges. When they get home, Robin goes straight to bed because she doesn't want a big fight to erupt. Robin thinks Brad is taking his anger out on her because he was really jealous of Cameran going around with another guy. The next day Brad tells Robin he did not appreciate her being violent last night and she apologizes. Randy is tired of Robin's less than sincere apologies.
On the phone, Frankie tells Dave that she is lonely and scared and feels like she is losing him. Frankie narrates that she feels like she met Adam so she could realize that Dave is the one for her. Frankie worries that Dave will see her doing something in The Real World house that he does not approve of and then he'll walk away from their relationship. Frankie apologizes for saying some things that have hurt him while she's been away, but promises things will change.
In confessional, Frankie admits that she doesn't even care enough about herself to take medicine that will help keep her alive. Frankie admits that she could never bring herself to tell Dave that she has cystic fibrosis, but she has told her six new roommates. She knows in the back of her mind that cystic fibrosis will probably end up taking her life long before she's ready. She weeps, saying anything that's good for her, she tends to push away.
When Frankie calls Dave that night, she can tell he's feeling sad. He tells her to go outside and look at the moon and think about how he's looking at the moon too. Frankie climbs on the wall of the deck and strains her neck to find the moon, while Jacquese wonders what she is up to. But it's overcast and when the moon is not visible, she freaks out because she believes in omens and signs and such. Frankie tells Jacquese that she will sit outside until she sees the moon, no matter how long it takes. Finally she sees the moon peer out from underneath the clouds and everything is right in her world.
All of the roommates are officially fed up with Robin, so Frankie takes Robin outside to tell her that everyone is tired of hearing her excuses. Robin admits that she has to work on some things while she's in the house. She is finally starting to realize that her actions have hurt others. Later, Brad shoots it straight and tells her the problems he's been having with her. Robin is happy when they have resolved their issues and says she doesn't want to be the "black sheep" of the house. Brad says they all are the "black sheep" and it's the "white sheep" that would stand out.