With Frankie gone, the six housemates wonder if another roommate will arrive. Cameran would rather it just be the six of them from here on out, while Brad wonders if their seventh roommate might be an ape. Brad is on the phone with his kinda,...... Read Full Episode Summary »
With Frankie gone, the six housemates wonder if another roommate will arrive. Cameran would rather it just be the six of them from here on out, while Brad wonders if their seventh roommate might be an ape.
Brad is on the phone with his kinda, sorta girlfriend Andrea when Cameran calls out to him asking if he is coming into the hot tub. Andrea is not pleased and thinks that Cameran is a shady chick even though Brad tries to tell Annie that there isn't anything going on between him and Cameran.
The housemates finally get word that they will, in fact, be getting a new roommate and three candidates will be arriving at the house today so they can interview them. They current housemates will collectively decide who their new roomie will be.
Bobby a dude with a neatly quaffed fro arrives for his interview looking too cool for school. He tries to be funny, while Jacquese slouches in his chair thinking about how he doesn't like this "kat." And when Bobby says he wants to be "part of something big" a red flag goes up in Jaime's head, plus she doesn't like his cockiness. It's not looking good for poor Bobby.
Their second candidate, Brad arrives, and they notice that he seems down to earth and mellow. Brad (the guy who already lives in the blue house, not the new one) doesn't like him solely because he has his name. That could get confusing, we'll give him that. So The Brad leaves and Charlie from Idaho is the third and last potential roommate. He tells the roommates he's originally from Yugoslavia, which makes him interesting and he plays guitar, which makes him cool.
After he leaves, the roommates discuss who they like best, but it's unclear who they will choose. That night, Charlie, Brad and Bobby arrive for the ultimate test. Can they hang and party with the current six housemates. They play pool, shoot hoops and, of course, drink. As the night wears on, the roommates think that Bobby and Brad have tried too hard to impress them, but it appears the race is between Brad and Charlie. The next morning, Cameran breaks the news to Bobby and Brad that they were not chosen. Happy-go-lucky Charlie is psyched to be their new roommate.
Getting back to the long distance duo, Brad gets an email from Andrea saying she went out with a guy a couple times and she kinda, sorta kissed him. Even if they are broken up, this is not what Brad wants to hear. Brad throws out the ol' "if it was meant to be, it was meant to be" line and, then, he tells her that he thinks they should maybe go explore life separately, "for real." When they talk again later, a jealous Andrea demands to know what's going on with him and Cameran. Brad tries to assure her that nothing is going on, but she doesn't buy it. After five years of dating, they are finding it hard to separate and go their separate ways, even though that might be the best thing for them.