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This week, we will find out if Jeffy made a huge mistake by going down the tubes or if we’ll be rid of Kevin and his terrible attempt at hiding his bald spot. Mike thinks Jeff deserves to go home, because he was cocky enough to put himself into Limbo. Andrea was basically telling us that Erica is a crybaby. You sound like a bad Mormon, my dear.
The stupid “game” for this week is that they dress like hipsters. I think that hipsters are really annoying and unnecessarily mopey, especially for the amount of coffee they take in. So, at least it’s appropriate that 6 annoying people are dressed up as 6 annoying people. The next stupid theme is that they have to run a restaurant and play their roles that have been assigned to them. Andrea is a chef, Erica a waitress, Gene is on a date with Kevin, and Stephanie is a sous chef. The best of this all is that Joy is a busser instead of going on the date with Gene. She’s all pissy and aptly mopey what with her hipster wear. I think her maturity growth was stunted in the 6th grade.
Andrea thinks we must all love her, because she’s been selected to be the chef while Joy was picked to be the bus girl. Actually, Andrea, we just tend to forget you exist and Joy’s annoying enough to be punished with the worst job. Gene must not know what a hipster is, because he’s dressed in an Aunt Jemimah costume.
Kevin is complaining to Andrea that Erica doesn’t believe anything that Kevin says about himself anymore. He says he started out as a mall cop, then a 911 operator, then became a cop. Does anyone actually start out as a mall cop? I thought that was one of those jobs that you get into and just do for the rest of your life. Andrea defends him, because he’s done undercover work. Do you really do that as a beat cop? I thought that was for detectives. This little tidbit doesn’t change Erica’s mind at all. I’m kinda’ not believing him, either. Maybe he is a cop, but I doubt he’s done undercover work.
Kevin says that the only person she needs to worry about being a liar is Gene. Gene says that he’s wrong, because Gene asks all the right fanswers. He’s asking them perception questions, because “it’s all about how you are perceived”. OK, but aren’t you screwing up your strategy by announcing this? Now we’re onto you, right? Andrea refuses to trust anything that Gene says, but that’s because he’s black. You know those Mormons think dark skin is the Mark of Cain.