Grandpa tells us that Chelsea is coming to visit today for “step one of the amendment process.” Oh shit, with talk like that and his avoidance of drinking, I’m starting to fear that Grandpa has political aspirations. Please, PLEASE let me be wrong about this. For America’s sake.
It turns out that Swift has accompanied RomCom to the salon to get her hair colored. He asks her how she’s feeling and she says she’s pretending that he’s just having a friend visit for 2 days.
This will do wonders to rebuke all of those “Swift is gay” rumors.
Over at the airport, Chelsea has arrived. She and Grandpa seem happy to see each other, considering. When Chelsea brings up her humidity-affected hair, Grandpa promptly makes the situation nice and uncomfortable when he compares it to RomCom’s “fluffy” hair, which is dead because she dyes it so much. Chelsea is proud of her natural hair color.
Mo’Rum and Latoya have decided that it is a wise decision to go into the wilderness unsupervised. They’ll be hiking Hassel Island, and they’ve dressed for the occasion:
Somehow this seems like it’s going to end with one of them screaming “it was only supposed to be a three hour tour!” into the dark wilderness.
Grandpa has gotten a hotel room for Chelsea out of respect for RomCom, which is just so thoughtful of him, you guys. He also doesn’t want to leave the hotel. Not because of Chelsea, mind you, but because her room has air conditioning. He points out their house from her balcony view.
Mo’Rum and Latoya are up to their usual antics, but this time in the woods. I find Mo’Rum much more likeable with Latoya as opposed to with Ginger. Latoya runs screaming away from… a turtle. It’s getting dark (although it appears to have been late in the day when they started this adventure, which seems stupid) and they’re lost, but if Mo’Rum is going down, she’s happy to go down with ‘T. They then burp approximately four hundred times, seemingly on cue, to “scare off the animals.”
Grandpa takes Chelsea to Carnival, where she says she’d be tempted to drink if she were down there all the time. Somehow, Grandpa equates this with his temptation to bang RomCom, which Chelsea thankfully tells him is ridiculous. She says a big thing happened between them, and he kept doing it anyway. Grandpa says she can’t keep reaming him for reaming RomCom. I’m just thankful that ONE of Grandpa’s lady friends has a backbone.
Chelsea says that Grandpa will always be a part of her life, but her feelings have changed. He asks if she’s seeing anyone, and she says she’s been on a few dates with a guy. He whines that it’s totally no fair that he brought her down here for a visit while she’s going on dates with someone else. “You’ve been here having sex with another girl!” Chelsea thankfully exclaims.
I just want to hug this lovely bundle of logic. And she has a backbone, so I don’t have to worry about crushing her!