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Priscilla expresses aversion to Ashley's attachment and deference to Zach as the latter two spend more time together.
Sam reacts to learning that two of her best friends were severely injured in a car accident, which is exacerbated by a comment by Zach alluding to gay bashing that he intended as a joke, but which to both Sam and Frank take offense.
It is the sixth season to take place in a city that had hosted a previous season, as the show's fourteenth season was set in San Diego in 2004.
It is also the fifth season to be located in California.
The cast divert themselves with surfing lessons, and in the case of Sam and Nate, pranks played on the others.
Nate briefly sees two women, both named Dana, without success, while Ashley and Zach contemplate their mutual attraction.
Characterized by MTV as a "girlfriend stealer", she was involved in a dramatic love triangle in high school that resulted in two girls being outed.
When Frank romances a man that he brings home with him, the homophobic Nate reacts with aversion to this, leading to an explosive argument between him and a violent Frank, and following a discussion, the decision by Frank to seek counseling for his alcoholism.Sam and Frank later bond over preparations for a local gay pride parade, at which the entire cast must work as part of their work assignment at the House of Blues, though Zach has reservations about participating in this and other LGBT-related activities.Zach and Sam continue to struggle with his aversion to homosexuality, though he and Ashley are surprisingly brought closer to Frank after Frank falls for a man there named Michael, which Zach believes marks a transition from bisexuality to homosexuality for Frank.and in Episode 5, refuses to participate in charity work during a gay pride parade in which gay service members march.In that same episode, a rift that forms between him and Sam and Frank after Zach makes a joke alluding to gay bashing to which the latter two take offense.
She is extremely close to her mother, who is the only person she has ever lived with, underlining the new experience of living with six strangers. She prefers tall, athletic men, though she does not date often.