So, at least on first viewing, no one got too annoying this episode. I didn’t feel like stabbing anyone, at least, so that’s something this season. We’ll see how this holds up on further analysis.
Previously: Mo’Rum met a cutie named Max and used him as a pawn in her game of flirting with Ginger. Unbeknownst to Max, he is so deeply embedded into this mess that he is traveling all the way to St. Thomas to visit Mo’Rum despite the fact that his services are no longer needed to make Ginger jealous. However, despite Ginger’s willingness to commit, Mo’Rum’s stubborn ass refused to reciprocate. Captain Needy decided to give up drinking, much to the relief of his roommates (and their furniture).
We join our fearless roomies mid-camping trip, where they are enjoying fun in the sun and having a grand old time. It’s quite scenic and beautiful, but I don’t feel obligated to tell you where it is unless they’re going to give me a free trip. Feel free to watch the episode and have the roomies sing its praises.
Meanwhile, Captain Needy questions his sobriety when he notices that RomCom and Grandpa are literally morphing into one person.
RomCom loves camping and all things outdoors (that’s where her woodland friends live, after all), and she hopes her roomies feel the same way. A possibly (probably) drunk Mo’Rum is not quite as thrilled, and has bug-bombed her tent so thoroughly that she and Latoya struggle to unzip it and then come tumbling out into the night. They head to the showers despite the fact that their hair already appears to be wet, and scare the crap out of themselves with a creaking door in the dark bathroom. Basically, they’re BFF’s with a wacky knack for silly antics, in case we hadn’t noticed.
Captain Needy calls up a friend from home to talk about his decision to quit drinking. Apparently he feels great sober, and they make plans to go to the gym when he gets back. Then Captain Needy says he misses inked Boston bad girls, because the girls on St. Thomas aren’t his type. He goes so far as to say, “Dude, I’m not attracted to anything on this island,” conveniently neglecting to mention the cartoon hearts that flew out of his eyes when he saw RomCom (and assorted other girls).
Ginger has saved Mo’Rum half of a fish sandwich, but apparently she is not a fan of fish. You’d think maybe this would have come up in their past few months of living together on an island, but apparently not. Mo’Rum takes a few miserable bites while Latoya recaps for us that she treats Ginger like shit. In other one-sided relationship news, RomCom has created a masterpiece to hang above her bed.
Can we all have that option?
RomCom rolls around giggling like a three-year-old while Grandpa gets all butt-hurt that she has dared to make such a joke. RomCom reminds us that even though she knows about his GBH, when he gets flirty she can’t help flirting back. As if we have seen him instigate the flirting one single time this season. Oh, and the next day (maybe?) they order some product placement sandwiches. It’s everywhere!