Peter calls his friend Dave to help him show the world how he feels about Amina, and when the moment is right, Dave pulls the switch on the old Jumbotron to project a message to Amina:
What follows was the most touching Flickr slideshow Amina has ever seen. She cries and takes him back, hoping that he won’t make her out to be a fool.
Tara is moving on in more than just her romantic life. She’s resuming her acting career which she had put on hold to be with Peter, and Yandy’s given the opportunity to audition for the new movie she’s producing. Tara easily falls into her old acting groove, especially since it allows her to jump a bunch of hot men.
“No one’s perfect!” Erica says.
“It’s not about being perfect, it’s common f—ing sense!” Cyn tells her. And then she gives her an ultimatum, it’s Rich or her. “If you’re gonna work with him then we’re done.”
When Rich enters, he taunts Cyn, telling her that he’ll “lend” Erica to her when she wants her and that she’s a “pawn in the game of Richie D.” She runs out, leaving Erica to defend Cyn to Rich and break down. “She fights for me the way you never did,” Erica says, and in that moment it seems she realizes all over again why things with Rich never seem to work out.
She’s also making things worse with Rich when she decides to schedule a dance rehearsal without tell him — a rehearsal he, as her manager, is responsible for paying for. He stops by to check it out and right away, things go left and they start up their previous fight from the studio. Erica can’t believe Rich would target Cyn and try to be so hurtful, telling him he took things to a hurtful, foolish level. “I can’t afford having Lil’ Chipotle over here distracting her from the business at hand,” Rich says defending himself. “You don’t run s—!” he tells Erica. “YOU. DON’T. RUN. S—, you hear me? I run this f—ing boat.”
“You got it f—ed up,” Erica tells him.
“Then get the f— off if you want to,” he screams.
“I will,” Erica says as she leaves. “F— you. You’re a f—ing a—hole.” And with that, maybe the second love triangle has come crumbling down too.