Anna and Katie are driving somewhere and Anna tells Katie that she found out from Shae about Tyler and Ashley’s indiscretion. Katie goes from happy to livid in 3 seconds, and the two girls resolve to go to the store that Ashley and Cara are shopping in, picking out bathing suits. And Anna and Katie are right to be grossed out when they realize that the magical bathing suit emporium is a secondhand store.
Pictured: the latest in secondhand bodily fluid chic.
Katie finds Ashley and Cara and puts it right out there: “Did you hook up with Tyler this weekend?” We come back from commercial, and Ashley admits that she did hook up with Tyler, but with the caveat that he wouldn’t have given into her hitting on him if it was serious with Katie. She has a point, Tyler isn’t innocent in this, but that doesn’t mean she should have hit on her friend’s man. Katie says she feels gross, because he just met her mom, and he’s a dead man.
Shain is enlisting Joey to help him set up a surprise for Cara: amateur fireworks made with road flares that are supposed to spell out “S+C.” How about you don’t be an objectionable human being, and treat her like a lady, and then you don’t have to rig up death traps to impress her? Just a thought. Shain’s dad drives up right then, and has a fit because they were just about to blow up his propane tank, and honestly, Shain should be committed to a mental hospital at this point.
Ashley is driving Katie to confront Tyler, and they’re both prepping for a major showdown, and I don’t understand why Ashley is so pissed off, because she’s really not the victim in this, at all. Ashley takes the lead to confront him in front of everyone, and he’s just flat-out denying it. Which is absolutely pointless because every single person there knows he’s lying. Ashley talks to him one-on-one, and even while they’re alone, he’s pretending it didn’t happen. Joey and Shain are spying through the window, laughing at him because he should have just told the truth. Katie and Cara walk in, and Katie flips out, and it’s glorious. She gets really high-pitched because he won’t admit it.
Joey is throwing stuff off of the roof into a cooler that Tyler’s holding. This is their version of packing for the lake. Wait. Joey’s throwing a squirrel. Off of the roof. How did a skinned squirrel, that by the way, Shain is excited to eat, get on the roof?
Fine, I get it: you’re rednecks, and you consume unconventional protein sources. Cute. But I still don’t understand how they end up on the roof?!?!