1. Although it's been proven time and time again that high altitude and a high alcohol intake are a recipe for disaster, The Real World: Denver housemates insist on conducting their own research. Jenn warns Tyrie that he bears an uncanny resemblance......  Read Full Episode Summary »


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  1. Party-girl Jenn talks with Trishelle and Saul about kicking back a few too many drinks and the rumble on the bus.

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  2. After Jenn and Tyrie duke it out on the party bus, the roommates begin to question Jenn's drinking habits.

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  1. Although it's been proven time and time again that high altitude and a high alcohol intake are a recipe for disaster, The Real World: Denver housemates insist on conducting their own research.

    Jenn warns Tyrie that he bears an uncanny resemblance to a disliked ex-boyfriend, and that drinking makes it difficult for her to distinguish between the two. Tyrie says he understands and asks only that she respect him and he'll do the same.

    Stephen's friend suggests a party bus is the way to go and Jenn, Stephen, Alex and Tyrie climb on board early to get a head start. By the time they double back to pick up the rest of the roommates, an already riled Jenn has had more than her fair share of alcohol. When Tyrie tells her to stop yelling, Jenn retaliates by screaming even louder, saying he can't handle a woman in the spotlight. Jenn leaves the bus before "things get crazy," but not before much pushing and pulling from the roommates. Not wanting to end her night, Jenn talks Alex and Stephen's friend into head over to Monarck.

    The next day, everyone, including Jenn's sister, seems concerned with her excessive drinking and the violent attitude that results from a night out. Jenn confesses that alcoholism runs in her family, and later admits to Brooke that she binge drinks four nights a week and consumes some form of alcohol almost every day.

    Although she wishes she could have fun simply drinking coffee on a Saturday night, she finds herself drinking heavily once again and falling into a group of girls as she stumbles out of the bar.

    Beginning to realize her problem, Jenn tells Davis she needs to start fixing her life. Hoping for a fresh start, she finally apologizes to Tyrie for the bus scuffle. He asks her to warn him the next time she's picturing her ex, so he'll be able to swallow his pride and step back from the situation.

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