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Donna says she has known other pathological liars and what they have is a serious illness.
Danielle comes on to express her surprise or something. I’m not listening, I’m marveling:
Here’s the thing about lying; one way or another you always get caught. I would think that an expert like Tiffany would realize this- especially since she was lying to an entire staff of a tv production company – of course they would find out – that kind of dirt makes good tv. But maybe she really can’t help herself.
It’s the next day and it is as if nothing major has happened. There is a tranquil scene of girls in the kitchen writing recipes and doing dishes when all of the sudden Steve’s voice comes over a radio. He announces that coming up next on his weekly radio spot will be the girls from Tough Love New Orleans to answer audience questions about sex. Melissa looks horrified as Danielle says, “yes to the penis.”
The girls arrive at the studio where Steve is doing the show and he invites them into his booth. He explains to us that having the girls discuss sex in front of a live audience will help him determine how open or closed-off they are about sex and if they understand how most people think about it.
He tells the girls there are several calls waiting for them. I’m suspicious these radio callers are plants and that isn’t assuaged by the first caller who wants to be intimate without going all the way. Melissa recommends a hand job. For some reason, I’m suddenly remembering high school.
Steve assigns the next question about how to tell if you are in love to Elizabeth. Her answer is odd – it’s all about how if the man is showing the extra effort of sending roses and opening the car door, etc. then that is the green light. I wonder if Elizabeth can even touch base with her internal feelings or if she bases everything on image and effort from others. Man, her parents have really screwed her up!
Now I’m fairly positive the radio show is a hoax because there is no way Steve would let his listeners be sent off with this kind of advice. It would actually serve the girls well if he corrected their thoughts and said something like, “Actually Elizabeth, Melissa has had it right all along and it’s only when your vagina quivers that you know you are in love.” Something like that…
The next question is about if you should sleep with a guy on the first date. Poor Tiffany could have answered this one. But it is Despina who gets called to dole out the advice. First she needs more information:
She suggests if you want to have a relationship with the guy you should wait, otherwise get in there and get ‘er done! Steve asks Despina how many relationships she’s been in and she admits she never has been in one. I think this makes her an expert on knowing that sleeping with a guy on the first date means things won’t be going anywhere. Despina admits she can talk about sex all day but she’s never explored her emotions.
The next girl wants to know how to introduce the idea of using her vibrator while having sex with her man. The girls are totally into this idea.