"Strip Poker" (Kyle/Tina, Doc, Z, Jared, Liz) written by Tom Crehan It's strip poker night, and the guys are hyped except for Kyle who find this wrong, and is still in love with Tina. They guys decide to play strip poker, before the girls come, so they could "warm them up", and upon seeing them naked, they would want to play too. So they are all in their underwear, when the doorbell rings. Kyle answers, and it's Tina! no! She asks why is he in her boxers, and that's when the four party girls arrive. They ask about the party. Kyle tells them, their is no party and Tina leaves mad. He goes back, put his clothes on where the guys ask him about the girls. He explains that they are going to a party, and the guys are mad that Kyle didn't try to stop them. He then goes off, trying to chase after Tina. [This segment ends, but it spinoffs with the actual Kyle and Tina plot now in the next episode.]"Love It Or Leave It" (Annette/Todd) written by Steven S. DeKnight. The day finally comes, they are just casually talking about it, and they start to make out. All their clothes are off, when the door opens, to find another couple. It's that dam Ross again! They preach about being faithful to each the other couple. Only to be preached back by the other couple, where they just explained that Sophia, and Justin (their partners) did it in the moment, and evidently meant nothing. The couple leaves, and Annette and Todd, gives each other a final goodby kiss, and leaves Ross's apartment. [Annette/Todd's segment ends, spinoffs with Ross, the owner of the apartment.]"The Odd Couple" (Cliff/Evan) written by Graham Flashner. Cliff is little upset that he didn't get laid, and rags on Evan a bit. Cliff then tells him that he didn't except Evan to be gay, because he is not as they said it, "the swooshy type." Evan takes offense, and decides to dress "swooshy", and make their dorm room openly gay, with feathers, and posters of men. While playing basketball, Cliff's friend comes, and sees all of this. He then leaves, and Cliff tells Evan that he only did it because he called him "swooshy." Cliff also could tell that Evan was just trying to piss him off a bit, but he could tell that Evan hates all these things. A petty fight about moving out also happens, but fails because the singles are all full.moreless
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