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Well, Nev and Max have heard enough and it’s time to retire to the hotel to discuss questions and Google this guy. They do this thing where they can take Scorpio’s image and search it, which brings up his MySpace page. Are people still on MySpace?
There are the pictures that Trina had received and the guys are trying to find out if they can verify that his name is Lee Avent. They find a MySpace blog entry from 2007 where Scorpio has signed off as Larry Drummer. Wait. Didn’t Trina meet him on MySpace? Did she just not notice his blog? I mean, it appears that we are seeing the same MySpace page Trina saw. And the blog entry has been there since 2007. I guess she wasn’t too curious about what Scorpio had on his mind. Which is kind of judgmental of her. I mean, just because he’s a stripper doesn’t mean he doesn’t have feelings.
The guys Google Lee Avent and the only thing that comes up is the Facebook page of some 80-year-old white guy. So they Google Larry Drummer and he has an entire Facebook page with lots of personal snapshots on full display. (Doesn’t anyone set their profiles to private?) SO! Either Trina has been talking to Scorpio Larry Drummer and he has said his name is Lee in order to keep something secret (wife, girlfriend), OR Lee Avent is someone else completely and just using Scorpio’s photos. Which do you think?
Let’s ask Trina! Much like Sunny from last week, Trina is currently shopping with a couple of her friends. Nev wants to know what the friends think and of course, they think it’s strange that Scorpio never has time to see Trina. And Trina is all aflutter over this guy none of them have met.
One of the friends asks Trina if Scorpio has any kids and she reluctantly admits that he has two. Nev is aghast that Trina withheld this information yesterday. Trina’s friends wish her well and leave her with Nev to discuss the results of the almighty Google. As Nev walks her through the Google search, telling her about Larry Drummer, Trina starts to cry. See? That’s what a normal person would do. Hope is not completely lost, but things are looking doubtful. Trina says she wants Nev to find him so they can talk to him in person as quickly as possible.
Nev goes back to the hotel without Trina and calls Lee. Lee doesn’t sound suspiciously childlike, but he immediately tells Nev that he actually has FOUR children and has recently moved from Atlanta into the Washington DC area (right where Trina lives). Don’t you think it’s odd that Lee wouldn’t tell Trina the truth about his kids after a YEAR but the minute some guy named Nev calls everything is laid on the table? I’m telling you, this is not the surprise we are being led to believe it is. “Sure, you can come meet me in person, and while we’re at it, let me come clean about all of my stories… whoever you are!” I think not. Nev says that Trina never told him that Lee was living so close and Lee goes, “I thought I mentioned it to her.” HA HA HA! Yes, this woman who is beside herself to meet you couldn’t manage to remember that you recently moved into her neighborhood. Unfortunately Lee is going out of town this weekend (as he seems to most weekends), but Nev points out that they are only minutes away and that Lee kind of owes it to Trina to look her in the eye. Lee says he doesn’t want to lose Trina, so okay. They can come over.