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Last week on Glass House, we met the players and got to learn the process of the game. Unfortunately, we had to deal with a whole lotta Alex “Prime Time 99″ Stein. As the most hated in the house, he went down the tubes with Jacob, the guy with way too much energy and false self-confidence. We were told that Jacob had quit the game while in Limbo which could only mean that rich boy Alex paid him off.
The housemates are discussing their hopes that Jacob comes back. Joy tells Gene and Erica that she hopes everyone doesn’t see her the way Alex was describing her. She thinks she’ll leave if Alex comes back and Gene tells her if she does that, Alex wins. She starts crying about how her mom shouldn’t have to watch someone say those things to her, because she’s already dealt with it so much. You would think that choosing to pose for Playboy, you’d realize that people would look down on you. It doesn’t make it right, but it’s reality. Similar situation as Pia on Mob Wives Chicago except her balls are way bigger. Gene gropes for a way to comfort Joy in her sorrow, so we know Gene’s going to be all over getting into those pants.
The Voice tells the players that one of the Limbo residents quit the game and the viewers are voting on whether or not the other person will leave. The housemates are freaking out over the idea of Jacob quitting so that Alex can come back. Jeffrey noticed that Jacob’s face was kind of “givey uppy” when he was going down the tube, so he thinks it’s Jacob who quit. They all are terrified at the idea of Jacob gone and Alex coming back.
Kevin just starts tearing it up by pretending to be Alex. He says “bro” a lot and then remembers that he was supposed to have a creepy toothy grin the entire time. Everyone is rolling in the floor over it. It’s pretty damn funny. I’m starting to like him.
The Voice dings and we wait to see if Alex comes back. Smoke rises out of the hole of one of the platforms. The cheesey smile emerges from the smoke and everyone looks dumbfounded. He’s wearing a damn corduroy blazer over a t-shirt.
The Voice tells them that Jacob has quit the game and announces to Alex that the viewers voted on whether or not he should stay. Then it goes to commercial. Assholes.
So we’re back. We repeat The Voice telling Alex that viewers voted on whether or not they want him back. Everyone is in great suspense when suddenly the platform begins its descent back into the ground. YAY! His face is hilarious. He pouts like the little spoiled bitch he is. Oh, hell. The little spoiled baby back bitch he is. I’m just so elated I won’t have to hear his stupid ass sayings or see his idiot smile anymore.
The players hug and dance. Ashley becomes more likeable as she does a celebratory running man. I’m just waiting for him to come back up that tube, though. You know how these shows work.
Mike and Kevin go into the other room to figure out who might have voted for Erica, because clearly that person can’t be trusted. Wow. I’m actually pretty amazed at how honest and nice most of these players seem to be, of course I’m probably just being naive. They know that one of the votes for Ashley would have come from Apollo and that it’s not out of spite or strategy. They know that Alex probably voted for her, too. They’re pretty sure it was Holly who voted for Erica, so they’re going to be watching her.