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I swear I am going to go over to this girl’s house and burn everything orange in her closet. Sadly I think this might mean she’s only left with three articles of clothing. (Mind you, I love the color orange. Just not on her.)
Depsina tells us that her date was scary because she felt like she had met her match. She was unsettled the whole date – I suspect because she wasn’t in control. Steve wonders if her fear is that the man will lose interest and move on. Despina meekly shakes her head yes.
Steve moves on to Melissa and we see from the feedback that this guy really liked her too. He would love to see her again. She winces in regret that she isn’t into him. When asked, she says that she liked Frank from the bar better, but he won’t do because he’s younger than her. Whatever, kid. You’re kind of an idiot.
Steve asks her if she’s always going to pout when the men she meets don’t give her the tingles.
Steve tells her she comes off as being a big ball of problems with all her reasons and excuses. He suggests she try to dig deeper to find a reason for why she keeps pushing decent guys away.
Steve calls Stephanie next, which means Tiffany is going to be in the hot seat. Tiffany? Granted she was sassy crass assy at Bourbon Heat, but she appeared to do little more than pick crab meat off her chest at dinner so is she really going to be deserving of the hot seat???
Stephanie admits that she did terrible at the bar but she felt she did everything asked at the cotillion. She tells Steve that she and Good John finally kissed and that it wasn’t hard for her. She says it with a little bit of resentment or anger – I wonder if her anger and mistake with crappy bar dude gave her the courage to connect with John. Maybe she thinks he’ll reject her now anyway, so now she can safely kiss him.
Stephanie has a problem when Steve tells her to keep the Barbie doll look put away, since men don’t like that and he can’t imagine who told her they did. She also argues with him when he refers to her actions in the club as hooking up. She doesn’t like anything coming out of her drill sergeant’s mouth.
Steve turns to Tiffany next. I can’t imagine what she’s done. But then Steve comes on in confessional and says he had hoped and actually let himself believe that Tiffany’s lies were over. It sounds like the show has unearthed more untruths from our girl. What the hell?
Seriously, is someone being paid to continuously try to dig up dirt on the girls? I don’t know what else Tiffany could be lying about but I’m bummed because I was deciding that she wasn’t so bad after all and was excited to see her move beyond the bull shit and grow as a woman. Steve calls Tiffany to the hot seat and she refuses to budge.
That could be wide-eyed fear that some untruths have been discovered or she is really confused and convinced that she didn’t do the worst this week. Steve has admitted that there are more lies that have to be addressed, so it definitely isn’t about her performance this week.
Steve tells her one more time to get in the hot seat.
**We interrupt this highly dramatic moment to talk about Danielle, who has just come on to explain how crazy the hot seat situation is. It looks like at some point she gets a make-over. I really hope so.
Note that she never says “what did I do?” I think she already knows what it is that she could be busted for, but she keeps hoping if she drags it out and denies long enough, Steve will give up.
What it is that Steve knows will have to wait for next week. But I am being kind in telling you this is where the show ends. The episode stopped so abruptly, I had to go back a few times to be sure the video didn’t skip or something. Quite the cliffhanger, eh? Sounds like this could be the beginning of the end for Tiffany. Can’t wait to find out!