Most of these personal questions are pretty lame but Jamie does say that Jaclyn is the most fake and Blakeley says that Jamie is the most annoying. So now Jamie is in tears because she, “gets punished for being sooo honest.” Jamie wouldn’t know honesty if it had green eyes, blonde hair and kissed her on the mouth (which he did, in the first episode).
Several of the guys try to console Jamie, others are avoiding her like the plague. Surprisingly Kalon is in the comfort camp; as he puts it, “When you put a dog down, you stroke its head, right?” How can anyone hate this guy?
Blakeley approaches Chris about his inappropriate cheering of another girl. Chris squirms out of it and tells us that he is frightened of her aggressiveness. At this point, she seems more like the crazy ex-girlfriend who is struggling to hold on to her man.
Jaclyn’s ready to announce who her date would be. Sarah is ready too because she is tired of “sharing” Ed with Jaclyn. Does Sarah remember voting to send Ed home ? And then calling him stupid to his face? She is now coming up into 3rd place for the most wacked out woman on the show, close behind Blakeley and Jamie. Sarah’s hopes are dashed when Jaclyn decides to take Ed out on her date. No one was expecting this because Ed already has a rose- how will the show ever sort all this out?
Ed and Jaclyn are treated to a night alone in Dodger Stadium with the obligatory shot of Ed teaching Jaclyn how to swing a bat. We can see why Jaclyn would want to date Ed; he’s funny, cute, fun, great to talk to. The perfect girlfriend. Dinner is a picnic on the field where they get to share a wiener. A rose appears with a note instructing Jaclyn to give the rose to a different guy who will then get to go on a date. Jaclyn trusts her partner to help make the decision.
Lady and the Tramp- your guess who’s who
Back at the house, Chris and Blakeley share separately that they can’t trust each other. Chris feels Blakeley is way too much work. His goal is $250,000, he should have to work for it, right?
Ed and Jaclyn are discussing who should get the rose. Jaclyn thinks Kalon should get it so he can take out Lindzi but Ed “completely trusts” Chris. “Chris and I swore we’d be together until the end.” Does he sound more like Blakeley or Jamie, we can’t decide.
Back at the house, Chris tells us that while he knows Jamie is a whack-a-doodle, “she is really hot and I can’t stop looking at her boobs.” What a catch this guy is, no wonder all the girls are fighting over him. Crazy Jamie is crazy drunk and follows Chris to bed but can’t stop talking. “She’s a pretty girl but she’s a yapper.” Says Chris, so he kisses her to shut her up even though he just isn’t feeling any sparks. Surely Jamie can tell this guy is not genuine, that he is playing her. Sadly, no. She spends several minutes rhapsodizing about how wonderful Chris is, how great it is to be in his arms and how she loves walking into a room knowing that he is her man. Good GOD, Gasmii!! This is painful!! They should show this video to all 6th grade girls across America to teach them how NOT to be!!
Was the question about Chris or Jamie?
Ed and Jaclyn return to the house with a rose to give. They decide to give the rose to Chris. Jamie is over the moon because she will get to go out on a date with her man. Blakeley is also excited because even though he was in bed with another woman last night, he is her partner and she took him on a date. This isn’t a fair argument though because hers was a group date and he only gets to pick one woman. Oh and, she’s a nutjob. But it’s all moot anyway- Chris asks Sarah on the date. Waah waah.
The only thing more awesome than Sarah’s surprised face was Jamie quickly returning to her seat after realizing she didn’t get picked. We see more tears in her future.
One thing we can say about Chris, he likes his brown-haired girls. At least he does now, do you think since being jilted by blonde Emily he’s staying away from those yellow-haired devils?
Blakeley corners Chris wondering why he didn’t pick her. She’s finally starting to realize Chris can’t be trusted. Well, HALLELUJAH! Maybe she can now convince Jamie, Sarah and Ed.
Jamie also wants to know why she didn’t get picked. Chris tells her it’s to protect her from Blakeley’s wrath; see he wanted to take her but he just couldn’t. Not only does Jamie swallow this hook, line and sinker but she feels bad for Chris. He’s in a bad position and he’s so loyal that it makes him more attractive and he’s protecting her and he’s likes her so much and he doesn’t enjoy inflicting pain on others. What color is the sky in Jamie’s world? What color is shockingly pathetic.
Chris is looking forward to a light and fun date with Sarah. Sarah is looking forward to a romantic date with good-looking Chris.
Their “action” date turns out to be an action movie theme. The car speeds around and around ending at what looks like a really bad movie set. A tiny asian man approaches and begins teaching them how to choreograph a fight scene. Couldn’t someone have warned Sarah that her tiny little mini dress would be inappropriate for throwing kicks? No? They must figure it’s no big deal considering how rarely the cast has any clothes on.