Jeff thinks that voting for Andrea is going to be a political move. He wants to frame it with an idea that voting for Andrea to go is voting for equality. Oh Jeff, this could really work for you or against you. Remember how populated the Mormon community is and if you think there’s loyalty anywhere, I guarantee you it is strongest among the active Mormons. Gene says he’ll get back to Jeff about it. Joy and Gene say they’re not ready yet to align with anyone and want to play the game at hand – not turn this into an issue of morality.
Team douche is discussing the Gene issue. Kevin continues his cop angle by calling him public enemy number 1. Clever. Kevin says he didn’t come into this house to solve the world’s problems – he came here to win cash. He feels Jeff is turning this vote into an issue of voting one way means you hate gays, voting the other means you support them. Yeah, that’s kinda what he’s doing. While I am all for gay rights and gay marriage as I love me so gays and no one will ever be able to convince me its wrong, it’s not what this game is about.
Stephanie comes out of the bathroom with a pair of jeans. She asks Andrea and Ashley who’s they are and they say they’re Robin’s. She points out that there is a message written on the pockets. It’s actually ravings of a lunatic. Yes, I have another story about something like this. When my husband and I first met, we were working together at a big company. There was this guy who thought he was a vampire and had the hots for me (As usual. Aside from my husband and late boyfriend, the only guys ever interested in me are weirdos). He had a mullet that would put Teen Mom’s Butch to shame. We found a stack of notes on the lunch table when the vampire got up. So, of course, we sneak over there and snag them. Oh.my.god. Those were NUTS! I still have them somewhere. They sounded very similar to Robin’s ravings. Every time I think I’m going insane, I can pull out those notes to remind myself I could be much, much more mentally unstable.
The pudding in the roll-up tastes like applesauce and anger. I love anger. Anger once gave me a bucket of leprechaun glitter.
Back at the Glass House, the housemates learn it is privilege time. Two people come up the tubes and Andrea points out that it’s two people from The Bachelor. Whoopity doo. Andrea and Erica seem to be the only two people who know who these two are. Don’t they have better and more interesting people on ABC’s payroll than that? I don’t want ABC, so I literally have no clue, but I would imagine there has to be someone.
That awkward moment when you think you’re famous when you say “hi” everyone starts giving you their lunch orders.
They’re actually there to give them their fanswers. Well, at least there’s a purpose.
Holly asks if we want her to stay in the house. The answer is “no”. Boo-yah!!
Gene wants to know if he should be part of a pack or act as a lone wolf. We want him part of a pack.
Andrea wants to know if we want to see alliances form. “Yes”. No shit, Andrea. We’re watching for drama and gameplay., not Kumbaya and nose kisses. Please, spice this show up a bit. Maybe you should form an alliance of multiple husbands. That would be awesome! Polygamy for the win!
Erica takes Kevin aside and asks him where he stands. He tells her the truth that he’ll be voting for her. She wants to know if he’s voting for her because he likes Andrea more. What is this? Grade school? Man, I really hope Erica is playing this game because if she is, she’s a master. Kevin defends his decision based on the fact that he feels Andrea stood up for herself and was honest with everyone and shouldn’t be punished for it. Bullshit. It’s really because he has an alliance with her. She tells Kevin that he can trust her and he may want to think about that and that Andrea is in this game for herself and basically says Andrea will tell them anything to get ahead. Kevin feels 100% certain that Andrea will be coming back no matter what. He’s probably right, but I still wouldn’t trust Andrea. No way. Mormons don’t convert all those people by bringing them Rice Krispy treats.