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Shane, on the other hand, knows who’s keeping Dan safe. His name is Jesus, and it’s never too late to pretend you’re a fan in return for half a million dollars.
Jesus will forgive you and help you out if you promise to shave your head and never wear a shell necklace again.
JennPity knows that Dan’s doing something tricky, but she can’t figure out what. Sure, he took her off the block and then kept her off again the next time he had a chance, but still. He HAS to be doing something bad so she’s confusedly mad at him. Dan tries to talk to her, but she’s not having it. He does his best to smooth over whatever drama she’s making up in her head, but she can’t tell him what it is so there’s not much he can do. He suspects she might just be allergic to dairy.
Woah. We can talk about this. Just put. Down. THE MILK.
After calming Pity down, Dan runs to the DR to shout arrogantly to the cameras while Jenn runs to talk to Dani. Dani wonders why Shane doesn’t act like he’s really into her. Is it the way she spits food out of her retainer when she talks? Is she watching him sleep too much? Is it the giant dinosaur egg hatching on her forehead?
He keeps backing away from me and running to the bathroom. I just don’t get iiiiitttt!!!
One thing is for sure, Dani doesn’t like being treated like some homely, scary, needy girl even if that’s exactly what she is, and if Shane doesn’t start petting her kitty she’s gonna “play the player.” Right after she forces him to kiss her and tell her she’s pretty after watching him take a shower, dry off, and pluck his nose hairs. Speaking of plucking nose hairs, why is the backyard made up to look like Janelle lying down?
The veto is a puzzle game, which sounds like it’s set up for Ian, but this one is different. It’s mixed with physical. Sorry, Ian! Dani looks worried about both parts. She was hoping this would be the challenge to see who could follow around an uninterested gay guy the longest.
The HGs have to fly from a magnetic puzzle board to a 99 cent store click button in twenty second intervals, piecing together a puzzle. If they don’t get to the buzzer, the pieces all fall and they have to start over again. Ian’s puzzle falls like thirty times and it’s hilarious. Must be his affliction. Let’s all take a moment to PayPal some money to the Nerds Who Can’t Sit Still Foundation.