After their amazing adventure in Fiji, the roommates are adjusting to life back in Philly. Once back at the house, it doesn't take Karamo and Mel to start gossiping about Landon and Shavonda. Karamo believes that Shavonda's actions are...... Read Full Episode Summary »
After their amazing adventure in Fiji, the roommates are adjusting to life back in Philly. Once back at the house, it doesn't take Karamo and Mel to start gossiping about Landon and Shavonda. Karamo believes that Shavonda's actions are disrespectful to her kinda-sorta boyfriend Shaun.
Shavonda calls Shaun and uses her cute voice and he is so excited to hear from her. Too bad, he's about to get some really upsetting news. "Did you think about me a lot; did you miss me; do you still love me?" Shaun quizzes. Shavonda tries to deliver the bad news with a soft touch, but that only freaks Shaun out and gives him a stomach ache. Finally, she admits to kissing and hooking up with Landon. "You seriously just threw away everything that we had," Shaun cries. Shavonda tries to explain that she still loves him, but she is confused by these new feelings she has for Landon.
Meanwhile, Landon believes that Karamo doesn't approve of Landon's relationship with Shavonda because Landon is white. Karamo denies this.
Landon and Shavonda talk about their Fiji hook-up. Landon sweetly explains that their last night in Fiji was a climax of emotions for him. Shavonda can't think of anything sweet to say back and tells Landon she isn't sure if she regrets their hook up. It's uncomfortable for her to talk about their relationship. Landon says whatever happens between them from here on out is totally up to Shavonda and whatever she decides he will respect her no matter. Shavonda finally admits that what they had in Fiji was cool. "Is that where you want to leave it?" Landon asks. Shavonda doesn't know.
Karamo has been missing the more urban side of life, so he hangs out with his Puerto Rican friend Ed. They dance and get close at Pure, then take it back to the house. Karamo's roommates are surprised that he has brought back a guy to the house who is not black. Most of the roommates believe Karamo is full of crap at this point.
Karamo admits that it is new for him to date someone outside of his race. Part of Karamo really wants to get to know his roommates, but the other part is jaded and really could care less. Ed is helping him get over the part that is jaded.
Outside the house, Sarah explains to Shavonda and Willie that Karamo recently said that he "hated" Shavonda and the three of them don't understand why Karamo is speaking so hatefully of his roommates.
Shavonda and Shaun talk again and poor ol' Shaun tells Shavonda that he understands what she is going through, but he is ultimately shocked by what happened. Shavonda apologizes and says it is scary for her to make a life long commitment to Shaun. Feelings are changing, Shavonda says; she likes being independent. It doesn't seem that there is a chance for them to get back together.
Shavonda thinks that she and Landon were both lonely and that's part of the reason why the two got together in Fiji. Shavonda says she doesn't give herself to guys that easily and if Landon wants to hook up with her, then she will be the only person he is hooking up with. If Landon is not cool with that, that's fine, they can still be tight, but they won't be hooking up at night.
At a night club, Shavonda dances with a bunch of guys and Landon dances and kisses girls. Shavonda finds an excuse to make her way over to Landon. "You go work it, I'll go work it and we'll meet each other at 2 a.m. and we'll go home," Landon smiles.
Back at home, Shavonda and Landon bicker about dancing and kissing other guys. Shavonda then narrates that intimately, she and Landon are very compatible, but she doesn't know if there is anything more to their relationship. She's afraid to delve into that part because she doesn't want to get hurt. Meanwhile, Karamo says he no longer has a problem with Shavonda and Landon hooking up. Everybody goes to bed happy, some happier than others.