I don't feel sorry for Jasmine at all. She surely knows the phrase, "He's just not that into you." I get sick of women allowing somebody else to call all of the shots for them, and not putting themselves in the driver's seat? And who respects a person who continuously throws themselves at you? He repeatedly gave her signals that she was behaving purely for his entertainment.
And, while I don't like Joey, I can understand his refusing to talk to them after they had given him his ticket home. I got fired, once, and the clowns tried to talk to me after they had served me the papers, with no prior warning of ANYTHING. I wouldn't talk to them, and then I showed up with my attorney the next day...with no prior warning of ANYTHING...needless to say, I got my job back, with back compensation. They were definitely shaken up; I figured one good turn deserved another. Unfortunately, Joey had previous warning of what could happen. Joey seriously needs to mature and take responsibility for his own life. I could have/would have awakened to that dinky alarm, but I also would have been in bed way before 0430 a.m., knowing that I was on thin ice. The only phone in that suite is in a community area, isn't it? There don't appear to be any phones in the bedrooms that anyone would have heard. Bottom line, no one is responsible for Joey except Joey. So many people have tried to make excuses for that boy; that's probably why he is like he is today.