A housemate-created music video of some song I’ve never heard introduces this episode. It was probably better than the real video. Gene and Kevin seemed to be the only ones who didn’t know the song, which makes sense since they’re the only straight males in the house at the moment.
Last week, Joy and Andrea went down the tubes and I couldn’t give less of a damn who comes back. Gene told Kevin that Jeffy was going to vote for him to go to Limbo. Because Andrea wound up going to Limbo instead of Gene, Kevin confronts Gene about being Mr. Liar Lair Pants on Fire. Kevin then goes to Jeff about this and Jeff is in agreement over Gene’s pants being all fiery.
The viewers have voted for the housemates to speak with British accents for the next 24 hours. Gene’s quite good at this, but Jeffy is admittedly horrible at accents and instead sounds like a Jamaican who has his voice distorted to protect his identity.
Yeah, mon. Bob be sayin he ain’t shoot dat deputy, but I tink he be lyin’.
(Yes, my equally poor attempt at being Jamaican, but at least I didn’t have to say it out loud)
Erica thinks that everyone needs to try to get along and be honest instead of having alliances or games. Of course she’s full of it, because she’s only doing it to call people out on the lies she knows about. Her first victim is her bestie, Jeffy. She scolds him over the Gene thingy and Jeff eventually tells her to “shut the f*&^ up”. And she definitely deserved that. Because Joy is currently in Limbo and we need someone in the house to go pout in the corner, Erica takes on that position.
It’s time to see who comes back from Limbo and Gene pretends to want Joy back in the house, if only because he knows that she’s never going to vote him out. From the shot of everyone waving goodbye to the departing contestant, it looks as though it’s Joy who’s going home. But, it’s commercial time, so that’s only a guess.
I’m right. It’s Joy. Not that it’s a huge surprise. She was definitely the most annoying person in the house once Alex left the first week. Kevin’s happy to have someone back on his side, which is all BS anyway, because clearly Erica is on his side, too. Gene’s busy playing the broken-hearted loverboy card and everyone is over it.
Meanwhile, Erica is rubbing her kitty all over Kevin in hopes it will get him interested in her. Ahhh yes, the subtle art of double entendre. I have a strong feeling that Kevin, being an adult, isn’t turned on by an adult female who still carries around a stuffed kitten which most likely indicates she has about 10 live cats at home that she sleeps with every night and baby talks all day long.