We gather to see which two are in the bottom and will be team captains. Holly’s picture isn’t up there and I guess that makes sense because we couldn’t vote for her or Ali P as favorites. Too bad. I still don’t like her. Ashley’s sweating. I feel bad for her. That really sucks. I can’t believe Jeffrey is still up there, but he finally disappears. It’s Ashley versus Robin. Not great loss either way.
Holly goes into the room with Mike, Kevin, and Robin where we learn that they are a team along with Andrea. I wouldn’t trust Andrea if I were them. She’s in this for Andrea and they’ll see her religion as a weakness instead of a strength. If you know much about the Mormon community, you should know that is a strength in a situation like this. It really is.
There’s a stupid vote about what the players will wear for the next 24 hours and they chose winter mittens. I’m sitting on the edge of my seat, y’all. Jeff refuses to wear the mittens to use the bathroom.
Excuse me, but I have to touch a penis at least once a day and I can’t do that with mittens. M’kay.
Apparently they are living in the Amityville House, because they are being overrun by flies. It’s probably not evil spirits, though. It’s most likely the fact that you people leave dirty laundry everywhere.
Andrea thanks the audience for the mittens because they help her kill the flies. Jeffrey goes behind her and says, “My favorite part of the Bible is ‘thou shall not kill’.” Teehee. He did it in a very joking way, but Andrea saw it as a dig. She thinks Jeffrey doesn’t like her because she’s Mormon and, therefore, sees homosexuality as a sin. You’re probably right, Andrea. Can you blame him? If you were black and you knew someone who had friends in the KKK, would you be a bit leery of them, too?
Are we going to have this discussion now? Oh, oh, oh. Yes we are! This should be good. Let’s see if Andrea can be politic about this or else she’s literally going down the tubes. Andrea doesn’t believe in acting on homosexual tendencies. Jeffrey asks if she holds a Gaga perspective or thinks it’s a choice. She believes it’s both. She clears this up for us by saying she thinks people are born gay, but that it’s a choice to act on the tendencies. Jeff tells her it’s not. I agree. It’s like saying it’s OK to have a penis, but you’d better never pop a boner or use it to urinate. Then she reveals she voted yes on Prop 8. Oops! He tells her it’s a personal attack to vote against someone’s civil rights and that she hasn’t seen him get personal yet. I only have ever known one Mormon who could throw some crazy shade and it certainly isn’t Andrea. She doesn’t know what she’s in for.
Ashley’s mom is a minister, so she tells Andrea to not expect to never be persecuted if Jesus was persecuted. But, this isn’t about Jesus, it’s about Joseph Smith. And Robin. And me. Helloooo!
Why do gay people hate me just because I believe they should cut off their penises and live in a deep, dark hole for the rest of their miserable lives? It’s so unfair!
Everyone gets wasted and Erica and Kevin start flirting. I’m wondering if Kevin is actually drunk or just pretending. Erica thinks he’s slumming with her, but she said she’s going to take advantage of this situation. We get the idea that they slept together, but they claim it was just a makeout.
How many times have Snooki and Deena said this to a random guy?
Jeff asks Erica when she went to bed. I think he’s a little miffed that she obviously played around with Kevin, who readily admits this to everyone. I think Erica wanted to keep that one quiet, most likely because she didn’t want her bestie to find out. You know how girls are – they feel betrayed if you like someone they don’t like.