Sorry, did I just turn that into the Sugarbush Show? It’s not about me. It’s about Robin making Stephanie’s story about Robin.
Erica tells Robin it’s not OK because Robin talks an awful lot about herself. Erica claims to be the most self-absorbed person she knows and will readily admit it, but then Robin chirps that she doesn’t think she, herself, is a self-absorbed person. Erica quickly tells her that proves she makes everything about herself because she just made that comment about herself. Erica tells us that Robin can be extremely melodramatic. I think Erica just played that mind trick very well. High five.
Robin confides to Mike that she’s not handling this stuff well with Erica. Apparently they don’t get along very well at all. I think Mike sees her as crazy and melodramatic the same way Erica does. He goes straight back to Kevin to tell him that she absolutely cannot be involved in decision making, because she’s as crazy as a shithouse rat.
So, all night long we see that Robin is playing the looney tunes card as she manically hand washes the floor. She tells us that she may be very dramatic, but she’s not crazy. I don’t believe she is. I believe she is pretending to be crazy, but I guess we’ll see. I can’t understand why she thinks such a strategy will work – maybe she thinks we’ll want to see what she does next.
Then Robin comes running up to me wearing a leprechaun costume, tosses glitter on my shoulders and then skips off. It was so weird.
Andrea tells Mike and Kevin that she doesn’t think anyone stands a chance against Stephanie now. She’s afraid the viewers will feels so much for Stephanie that they will continue to vote for her. Kevin tries to plant a seed into Andrea to have makeup a story about losing a child since it would be the only thing to top Stephanie’s story. Andrea interviews that she wants the person who wins to be the person who played the game best, not the one with the most tragic story. I agree. While I can relate to Stephanie, I would like to see who plays this the best. I just hope it’s not Holly.
In all fairness to Stephanie, she did ask the viewers if she should be more open or closed, so clearly that’s what she meant. She wanted our permission to share that story. If we’d said “no”, she probably wouldn’t have said a thing. I gotta respect her for that. Experiences like that shape who we are and sharing it is sharing a very big part of us. It’s hard, sometimes, to not let people know that side of you. Geez, go away, Stephanie! You’re making me all serious and stuff.
The horn sounds and we are going to see who is coming back into the house. Ali P and Holly come up the tubes and stand there waiting before everyone else. Suddenly, Ali P descends down the tubes. One more point for team sneaky. Holly cheers and tells us that Team Supreme is back in the house. Supreme douche nozzles, maybe.
The newest change is to put Jeffrey and Erica into the enemies room together. Erica doesn’t understand this, because she was just placed in the best friends room with her worst enemy and is now in the enemies room with her best friend. Are she and Andrea enemies? Isn’t that who she was with? How many enemies does this girl have? Maybe I should be watching the live feed. Either way, I’m willing to gamble, Erica, that the viewers are trying to keep you and Jeffrey in close quarters to see if you turn against each other.
I’ll always have you, Kitty Sprinkletoes.
The friends room will now have Gene and Mike who will have to share a bed now. Joy throws herself onto Gene who happily accepts the flirting. We get to see the blooming relationship between Gene and Joy. He’s doing the creepy back/side rub that says “I’m not trying to touch your side boobs, but I am”. Every woman knows and hates this move. Straight guys, remember this. There’s not a lot more that you can do that’s creepier than that move. We know what you’re doing. Now please stop.