By the end of the night, Stephanie and Tiffany are completely wasted. Tiffany appears nearly comatose, while Stephanie hilariously falls off her bed as she defends her club hook-up.
Stephanie gets a D in appropriate behavior.
It’s the next day and Steve hits up his CSI team to determine who the newest round of suspects will be. The team decides that Elizabeth needs a new man since Stephon is way more into her than she is into him.
Oh no! My boy is being moved to the bottom of the list.
And sure enough, just as I suspected, that dude that was making eyes at Shalana in the game show is now being set up with her. His name is Aubrey. Also, they have decided Despina needs a stronger guy, so they are going to connect her with Austin, a pilot, who is apparently flying cross country to meet her. Wow.
Speaking of Despina, I’m a little confused. So far she has proved to be fairly lackluster, despite the early smack talk about having sex on every date and being a man eater. I was expecting the producers would have to put bars on all the windows to keep the girl from sneaking out for a nightly fix. Is this girl all talk and no action?
Steve gathers the girls in the red room for a chat about their night out. He tells us that by now the girls should know better and he’s stunned at how many of them participated in the debauchery of the night before.
Melissa gets kudos for good behavior.
Melissa had been bored hanging out with girls all evening, so she wandered off to try to talk to a man. After standing by herself and looking particularly glum, her strategy worked and a man approached her!
But not before she resorted to her drinking crutch.
I’m blown away by Despina’s observations – she tells us that she knew right away when the guy approached Melissa that it was a good match because the guy had his pants hitched halfway up his back. She explains that Melissa can’t handle a man and wants a boy to cater to her young and fun personality.
Lookit you with all the psychological insight.
Cut it out – that’s my job.
As Steve congratulates Melissa on a job well done being affectionate, friendly and at ease, Melissa admits she felt very comfortable around Frank and had a great time.
I wonder if we’ll see Frank again.
Steve turns to Tiffany next and shows the footage of her accepting money for dancing on stage. And not just catching money, but actually bending down to pick up the dollar bills that fluttered to the floor.
Tiffany tries to claim it was the alcohol, but Steve refuses to let her continue to use that excuse.
Tiffany has been a bad, bad girl.
Steve addresses Stephanie next. He’s disgusted that she won’t even touch John’s hand but she’s happy to do this:
Who the hell is this guy?
Steph looks down and gets quiet, but Steve won’t let her shut down. She defiantly says she’s not in a committed relationship, so she can do what she wants. Steve tells her it is no wonder she’s single. I think she’s terrified of what she might get with Good John (God forbid, someone love the real her), so she seeks out shitheads who just want a toy for the night to confirm her terrible suspicions about herself.
I’m just so glad someone behaved worse than me!