Frankie says it took her a while to realize that her roommates are not her friends and she doesn't need them anyway. "When I'm fed up, I'm a huge bitch," Frankie threatens. Cameran notes that Frankie clearly cannot make herself happy in San Diego...... Read Full Episode Summary »
Frankie says it took her a while to realize that her roommates are not her friends and she doesn't need them anyway. "When I'm fed up, I'm a huge bitch," Frankie threatens. Cameran notes that Frankie clearly cannot make herself happy in San Diego and Robin says it seems like Frankie just doesn't want to be happy.
Frankie admits that being an outcast and not having friends was the hardest thing for Frankie growing up. Frankie's mom, stepdad and sister are all coming to visit and while Frankie is really excited, at the same time, she is sad and doesn't know why. Frankie says her mind is a mess right now and is searching for someone close to her to help her out with these inner battles.
When her family arrives, Frankie narrates that her sister, Mamie, is like her second mom even though she is ten years younger than her. Frankie is telling her family that she can't stand living in the house anymore and she doesn't like her roommates. It's hard for her to be the outcast of the group.
Meanwhile, Jamie's mom comes to visit and Jamie hopes that she can provide her mom with a great one day vacation. All of the roommates are very polite when they meet Jamie's mom because Jamie has requested that they don't "scare her." While getting a tour of the house, her mom is immediately concerned that she showers with the boys. Jamie enjoys sharing her San Diego life with her mom, but since she can't speak Korean that well, it's difficult. Jamie tells her mom that she will help her mom and dad out once she finishes college. She would like to pay them back for all they have done for her. By the end of the trip, Jamie feels like she and her mom have grown closer. This is the first time she has ever had a conversation with her mom and now she is motivated to learn Korean.
Frankie is really bummed she can't make Dave's Halloween show and this just makes her more sad because she will also be missing the one year anniversary of their first date. Frankie cries to her mom saying she hates all her roommates and they hate her. Cameran says they don't hate her; they are just fed up with dealing with her.
Frankie wants to leave the house, but worries that her mom is going to be pissed that she has backed out on a commitment. She doesn't want to disappoint her mom. Frankie's sister, Mamie, is upset that her sister is not happy and opens up to Cameran, saying she doesn't think Frankie would be happy at home either. Frankie has been trying to get happy for a long time.
Frankie tells Brad that she has lived in a constant state of anxiety since she's been here. She doesn't feel like she can live every day to its fullest in San Diego because the things that are important to her are not here, so she feels like she is wasting time. What's the point in prolonging things that don't make you happy, she wonders.
Frankie calls Kevin, the Real World Producer to tell him that she either needs to go home for good or go home to clear her head. Kevin says they will talk tomorrow and see what they can work out. Meanwhile, Frankie crashes on her bed and tries to evaluate what she's doing in San Diego and why she's not happy.