Drinking seems to bring out another side of Johanna. Where could it possibly land her? Rachel and Johanna sit around and talk about Johanna's drunken actions the night before. Johanna seems to get out of control when she puts back a few, so much so that it took Rachel and Mel to hold her back. While playing a game of pool, Wes busts Danny's balls, the ones not on the pool table, over Mel. Danny writes Mel a letter telling her how he loves her and cares about her. All excited, the boys head out for the bars, but the girls are not far behind. After getting a girl's digits and catching a glimpse of what he was missing in walks Mel and the girls. Danny can't believe it. Mel makes it clear she is not waiting around for Danny. While the drama between Mel and Danny rises, Rachel drops the news that Johanna had just stolen a rose from a homeless man and ran off. A little confused, the gang heads outside to see police and Johanna being put in cuffs. Johanna is taken in for public intoxication. Danny and Wes jump in a cab to go pick up Johanna. While in the cab Danny writes a number for Wes down on his hand. Stretching for some help, Lacey calls Leo to devise a plan to spring jail bird Johanna. After being denied at the jail to pick up Johanna, Wes and Danny head back home. Mel spots the numbers on Danny's hand and can't believe it. Lacey and Rachel comfort Mel. Mel proceeds to say that Danny's letter was bullshit, but Danny was listening in. He breaks it to Mel that the number is not his and that he did nothing wrong. Early morning roles around and Johanna calls from jail. Lacey breaks it to Johanna that she called Leo but instead of getting mad Johanna says Leo was all she was thinking of. Danny and Mel sit down and make up from the last night's fight. Meanwhile, Johanna decides to get her charged dismissed by paying a fine and doing community service. Leo picks Johanna up from jail and they go back to the house to talk. Jail bird Johanna returns home and the roommates still can't believe she committed "grand theft carnation."