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Jeffy makes a snide remark about making her a wedding bouquet which Stephanie points out would be for a wedding with her imaginary boyfriend. They don’t understand why she has this massive childish crush on Kevin. They’re shittalking madly about Erica now that she outed Jeff and his intricate web of lies. This is what I have been waiting for – everyone turning against each other. Now maybe things will start getting interesting…9 episodes in.
No team captains have been announced yet, which can only mean one thing – a TWIST!! Lined up in the room are pedestals with buttons under a glass box. Then, Joy and Mike come up the tubes. The challenge is that Joy or Mike can reenter the house only if one of the remaining players volunteers to leave. The Voice will flash up various dollar amounts to tempt the remaining players to leave. Now this should be interesting. To do this, they have to throw their stone through the glass and push the button. Gene just turns and walks away. He’s not about to leave on his own. He, instead, changes his shirt to his fake Joy love shirt and chats it up with her through the glass.
Mike starts stirring the pot by yelling to Gene that if he loves Joy as much as he claims, he’ll sacrifice himself for her. He says if it was guaranteed his departure would bring Joy back into the house, he’d leave right now. Erica calls him a slimeball, which is probably true. However, I’m pretty sure she’s been playing this game since the get-go, so it’s not like she has much room to talk. Or throw stones, if you wanna be all clever about the current situation.
The contestants are being pretty well tempted by the dollar amounts being thrown up on the screen, because in reality reality, $22K is a ton of cash for most anyone. Stephanie is getting tempted, because she’s been in the bottom two a few times already. She starts being annoying again by talking about data and statistics instead of just saying, “Obviously I’m not that popular judging by the way the votes have been going.” So, she drops the stone and presses the button for $37K. Mike applauds this move, because he seems to believe he’ll be back in the house. He’s probably right.
Sayonara, Stephanie. It’s been real. Now go have fun doing calculations and permutations to determine when the traffic light will turn green when all you have to do is watch the countdown on the Don’t Walk signal.
He IS right. Joy does her stupid effing heart with her hands as she slowly goes down for the last time…at least on this show. OW! Kevin and Andrea are thrilled to have a friend back in the house. I think this should make things quite a bit more interesting. I like Stephanie OK, but no one wants a voice of reason on a reality show.