Just as these housemates had begun to figure each other out, a night of drinking introduces them to a whole new set of personalities. Even as they're getting ready to head out, Tyrie clues Davis in on his inebriation alter-egos -- which include...... Read Full Episode Summary »
Find out what Davis has to say about his blow out with Tyrie, the "N" word and more. Previously recorded live.
Stephen falls victim to a racial slur and Tyrie and Davis get riled up in a heated argument.
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Just as these housemates had begun to figure each other out, a night of drinking introduces them to a whole new set of personalities. Even as they're getting ready to head out, Tyrie clues Davis in on his inebriation alter-egos -- which include the sexual Dark Kent and Leroy Jenkins, who he describes as an "Incredible Hulk."
After a few too many freebies at the bar, Davis decides to leave alone. On his way out the door, he doesn't hear the bartender call Stephen the "n"-word and his roommate is mystified as to why Davis didn't have his back. Stephen gets heated at the thought and unloads his feelings on Tyrie back at the house. When an angry Tyrie confronts Davis in the hot tub, the blond Baptist reveals himself to be a violent drunk, pushing Tyrie and repeatedly telling him to throw a punch, since he wants him out of the house. Tyrie attempts to walk away, but when Davis keeps tormenting him, Tyrie threatens him with a beating once shooting of "The Real World: Denver" season ends.
Hysterical, Davis claims he fears his life and producers agree to put him up in a hotel for the night. But as Davis goes to make a phone call, he yells to his roommates that he's leaving the show because "a n----- wants to kill" him. Stephen becomes infuriated when he hears him use the word that triggered the entire fight.
The next day, Davis comes back to the house to apologize to Tyrie and Stephen and announce that, because of a drinking problem, he is leaving the show. After separate talks with Tyrie and Stephen, they both forgive him and urge him to stay. With the support of his roommates, Davis decides he's willing to stick it out a little longer in Denver.