Midterms are approaching, and we’re picking up in drama class where Tiffany “New York” Pollard, Kway, Iman Shumpert, and O’Ryan are waiting for the rest of their classmates to come through. Remember, they’ve partnered for this midterm, so if they don’t do their scenes with everyone in their party present, they get an incomplete. Thankfully, the whole group shows up and successfully executes their respective scenes. They move through the rest of their midterms successfully. It wasn’t seamless, though, but they did it.
Let’s fast forward a bit. It’s time for the Magic City Classic. Kway is a drum major, Parker is a Stingette, and New York is on the flag team and they have all been working hard but also stressing about their upcoming performance. Joseline misses the classic because she wants to spend time with her man, who is in town. The rest of the roommates go and have a good time. Kway, New York and Parker give their all and perform well on the field; everyone is proud.
They celebrate post-Classic back at the house with drinks and music, and Joseline is back with them. But there’s some drama over the music. Joseline keeps changing the aux cord in the middle of certain music playing, which isn’t very pleasant. In her confessional, Joseline claims that she doesn’t like Amber’s music because “Amber listens to white people music.” According to Joseline, that means that Amber keeps playing hardcore metal music.
Kway feels like Joseline is being a bully and he’s tired of her “this is my house” energy. He calls Joseline out on changing the music and feels he’s the only one vocal about it. He’s especially annoyed with Amber because he’s defending her. He walks away, frustrated that no one is saying anything, and Amber follows him. She tells him he’s taking this too seriously and shouldn’t be this upset. She explains that Joseline gets on her nerves too but it’s not serious. Their discussion gets tense and Amber leaves the room and takes a break from being his roommate for the night. This makes Kway upset because he’s questioning whether they’ll be friends anymore.