Gasmii! I am so sorry for this delayed recap. Also, for the many of you who mentioned never seeing The Notebook: I’ve seen it, and I just. do. not. get. the. big. deal. But don’t worry, I still appreciate Ryan Gosling. Enough of that, though, because surely you are all just dying to discuss this fascinating episode examining the nuances of our healthcare system. Or something.
Previously: Marie and Latoya were Insta-BFF’s. Just add Lee and mix well. RomCom (shoutout to Moli for that one!) loved animals and baby-talking to them. Swift and Latoya flirted (although some of this was actually NOT shown previously), and the roomies vaguely pranked Marie.
We begin this week by watching Swift hunt for his missing brush. Latoya informs us that she tossed it into the woods because she was annoyed with his constant brushing.
You know, on account of all that hair he has to maintain.
He chases her outside and tickle-tortures her for a bit. She vamps out and bites his neck, but finally agrees to tell him what she did with his precious brush. Also, Latoya apparently refers to knee-high bushes as “the woods.”
RomCom has now decided that her Adorable Moment of the Hour will consist of catching an iguana and naming it Ingrid. Seriously, does she know what she’s doing with these things? Should we be genuinely concerned for her safety? Apparently iguanas don’t have teeth, but they will tail whip you.
RomCom makes it past this obstacle and walks around holding the angry iguana for a bit. (Somewhere in the world, there must be a bar called the Angry Iguana, right?) RomCom does not understand why Ingrid doesn’t appreciate her cuddling and baby talk, but finally releases her back into the wild. What’s the over/under on episodes before Trey starts hissing and tail-whipping?
Time for da club. Captain Needy declares that he will not fight tonight. He graciously gives way to Trey to flirt with RomCom, while the other roomie couples do their usual thing, and the Captain even finds another random girl to grind up on. Trey informs us that Swift and Latoya are in denial regarding their coupledom.
Back home, Captain Needy finds something delicious to take to bed after all.
And it’s a lovely night, indeed:
Sometimes, Gasmii, I have nothing to say. Just a pretty picture to share. I’m here for you.
The next day, our morning glories Latoya and Marie are enjoying a nice breakfast. (It does seem like they get up hours before everyone else every day, right?) Then, while exploring the grounds, they find a large, dead fish washed up on shore. Latoya wants to bury it, but Marie has the bright idea to leave it in someone’s bed. Neither of them wants to touch it (Latoya in particular is concerned about “fish disease,”) but Marie is determined.