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Hello, Gasmii. It’s another episode of the show that no one watches. Now that Big Brother has started, I’m thinking I could fill this recap with a dissertation on the mating habits of the legendary basilisks and no one would notice.
Last week, Team Friends sent Kevin down the tubes with Ashley. I’m sure no one cares if Ashley doesn’t come back. She’s a snoozefest if I ever saw one.
Stephanie explains to us that they voted for Kevin, because they didn’t want Mike to have immunity next week. Mike is upset that Gene voted against Kevin and decides that they’ll be gunning for him next. Andrea thinks it stinks that Gene doesn’t want blood on his hands, then immediately goes over to Joy to figure out how to “sneakily” switch alliances.
Holly and Mike think Stephanie is irritating, but they can handle having her on their team. They discuss the fact that the other team thinks they have Gene free and clear. I don’t think they believe that, do you? I mean, doesn’t everyone know that Gene isn’t taking sides?
The next silly thing viewers voted on was to have Gene and Jeff switch clothes. Of course, Gene has on a wig, bracelet, pink socks, pink sunglasses, and a Hawaiian shirt and Jeff is wearing the dead friend hat.
Andrea and Stephanie are working out and Andrea takes this opportunity to try to butter up Stephanie. Stephanie is no fool, so she sees this for what it is. Andrea is throwing Gene under every damn bus she sees. Gene would serve as a big ass speed bump.
Their team comes together to discuss the deal with Andrea. Erica brings up the fact that Gene isn’t taking a clear side, so it’s creating anxiety for them. Gene is pissed that they had this conversation about him. It’s supposed to be more dramatic than it actually is and the editors try to enliven the scene with dramatic music.
Back inside the house, the others bring up the fact that Andrea told them that Holly said that they’re all jealous of her and, if so, should go to the gym. She denies about twenty times and then when they say, “It’s OK, it’s just exactly what Andrea told us”, she says, “Oh, well I did say that, but…” It’s really annoying that she can’t stick to her guns. Either lie all the way or don’t lie at all. She’s such an idiot. She cries to Andrea that she doesn’t have any friends in life, because they’re all jealous of her. While I know that women don’t like to be friends with pretty girls a lot of the time, it’s not ALL women. And with you, I don’t think it’s the looks. I think it’s the fact that you think it’s your looks and not your personality. The suck of your personality outweighs your beauty.
So, Joy and Holly have been going at it. Neither wants to admit that they both use their looks to get by in life. It’s just a bunch of blah blah blah. Mike keeps inserting himself in this, probably out of his hate for Joy more than his defense of Holly. I still haven’t a clue what happened between Mike and Joy, because the editing is so terrible and disjointed. While I don’t like Mike, I really don’t like Joy either. I think Joy doesn’t have skills other than using her femininity. That’s a great skill to have, don’t get me wrong, and it can get you far when it comes to men. However, you have to have a personality and brains, as well, or else it just makes you a tramp. That’s exactly what Holly and Joy are – tramps. And they’re both bitter about it, but just in different ways.
Andrea’s annoyed that everyone is drunk and it makes them all act like asshats. I have to agree with Andrea on this one, as much as I hate to say it. It’s never any fun to be the sober one in a house full of drunks. Erica is definitely the most drunk person there and she’s stirring up trouble hardcore. What makes her so awesome is that she’s able to be plastered and manage to create a shitstorm in which she is not at all involved. This is why I like her. She’s the smart villain, unlike Prime Time Douche.