Joy continues her need for sexual attention by daring Alex to wear her underpants. Being a fellow attention whore, he puts on a pair of her boyshorts and runs around the house, air humping people. I find it more hilarious that he’s wearing women’s underpants, but seems he has plenty of room in the front. The main person he decides to airhump is Andrea, the Mormon. Kevin is not at all amused by Alex’s behavior and looks like he’s ready to beat his super-flat ass. Alex’s response is to tell us that Kevin is a “baby back bitch”.
America, please vote off Alex. He’s not a good villain – he’s just a spoiled little pansy who is only cool in his very small circle of rich Highland Park friends.
This is what a rich virgin looks like.
Kevin launches into Alex after he’s finally covered up, telling him he’s wildly inappropriate, especially to be doing that around married women. I found Alex’s behavior the opposite of funny, but I’m married and that fact doesn’t affect me. It would if he looked like the Conch Shell Guy from that Antonio Sabato, Jr. dating show. But when the guy’s ass is inverted and the only muscle he has is the one that works his jaw, there really isn’t a problem – just an annoyance. The others seem to be in agreement with Kevin, which makes me happy.
For God’s sake, would you cover yourself!
Alex and Jacob go to their room so Alex can shittalk the other players. Ashley is boring, Apollo is a…yes, he said it again…a baby back bitch, Joy is used to using her vag to get her way. Basically, everyone in the house sucks except for Jacob. It’s a touching moment.
The Voice tells everyone to meet in the living room where the next part of the show is revealed. Each week, the players get to ask a question of the viewers. The answer is revealed to all, but the question is only known to the asker. This could work some really good mindfuckery, so this is the first idea that I really like.
Gene is up first and he asks whether he should align with the men or the women. Women.
Erica only wants to know if Ari the Racecar Driver is still on the Bachelorette, and she lets everyone know that’s what she asked. Hopefully she’ll figure out how to use this opportunity better in coming weeks.
Ali P only wants to know if the viewers have smiled at least once today. I like this guy as a person, but there’s no way I could handle him 24/7. Everyone has some asshole in them. Hopefully someone will be able to elicit it from this guy on camera.
Alex asks if he should turn into the most epic villain in the history of reality TV. The viewers answered “yes”. I wish they’d voted “no”. That would have been hilarious. He gets a boner over this decision, but hopefully he won’t stick around long enough.
Alex wastes no time trying to be the greatest villain the world has ever seen….on reality TV, that is. He’s so pathetic, because he can’t even do that well. He is extremely transparent and this should be expected of him, anyway. His first move is on Joy who tells the guys that her parents were really strict. Alex tells Apollo at a normal speaking volume and right in front of Joy that typically strippers and prostitutes had priests for parents. Oh, Alex. You’re so sneaky.
Then, he immediately goes up to Kevin and asks why he apologized to Jacob yesterday, but not him. Kevin asks if he wants to talk about it to which Alex responds in a true, scary villain way – “You’re such a dork”. Wow. Way to stoke that fire, bud.
Joy tells Alex that he’s being a jerk and Alex says he doesn’t care what she thinks, because she can’t even keep a husband. Seeing as how Alex has been steadily trying to get in her pants from the get-go, I find it sad that Joy doesn’t see the stark change in his behavior towards her.