Frank: I like Tiff, but she's not as smooth as her sister.
Da'Vonne: No, she's not.
Frank gave the example of newbies coming in the dark bedroom and Tiffany makes some big elaborate excuse for being in the room, like having a migraine, the lights bother her, etc.
Frank: I was like, baby you're doing way too much. That's not necessary.
James says that the resemblance to Vanessa is uncanny, with her face, mannerisms, and even her hands. He has to keep reminding himself that he's not playing with Vanessa. He and Da'Vonne agree that Tiffany is more social then her sister.
Day: Uh huh. Vanessa wasn't going to talk to you --you had to go up to her, but Tiffany isn't like that.
James says that Tiffany "stares at people" just like her sister does. He's been watching her and it's obvious.
James: I think she's trying to play her sister's game, too.
Da'Vonne wonders what is going on between Tiffany and Paulie, because she has seen them together talking quite a few times. Frank and James haven't noticed that (but they will now).
Day: Maybe they're just flirting...
James: But Paulie is flirting with all the girls.
Frank feels like they can trust Tiffany though, because she "knows so much, and we would know if she told everybody else about it."
Frank: And Paulie, too, because I haven't heard anyone talking about how we asked him to be a pawn or anything.