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As they arrive, Chelsea says she doesn’t want to do this, so I guess those “I wanna meet Laura” promos were a bunch of bullshit. Imagine that. They enter the room with all of the other roomies while RomCom screams out in a baby voice from the other room. Poor Chelsea just looks confused. Latoya says she doesn’t know how they’ll react to each other, but if they’re chipper, they they’re <bleep>. It’s one of the rare cases where I really don’t know what was bleeped, especially because it seemed to start with an ‘R.’
RomCom enters the room:
Looks like someone could use a pair of Oops I Crapped My Pants.
Awkward introduction all around. RomCom babbles about temperatures of rooms, ironically. Grandpa would love it if everyone could just get along, but he’s allegedly aware of the fact that these are lofty expectations. I think Grandpa has really missed his calling in the Mormon church.
Upon learning that she likes video games, Captain Needy declares Chelsea “the most perfect girl ever,” while sitting next to the love
of his life for three hours, RomCom. Chelsea confirms that Grandpa doesn’t drink at home, but clams up when asked how long he lasts in bed. When RomCom excuses herself to get a drink, Chelsea joins her.
They say that they’re glad to meet each other and that they don’t feel awkward.
Chelsea says she’s a big girl and she knew something like this could happen. RomCom claims she doesn’t have experience in these situations. I think RomCom is talking about two girls and one guy, while Chelsea means reality TV and the Real World. Chelsea says she can’t hate RomCom because Grandpa is the asshole. I mean, RomCom knew about Chelsea and didn’t stop, but I like that Chelsea places most of the blame on Grandpa. He could have stopped things. Plus, being nice will make RomCom feel that much guiltier. If only it would have the same effect on Grandpa.
The guys all dress up like Captain Needy in tribute and make “Bahhhstan” jokes:
During a long party montage, we learn that Chelsea is even tinier than Latoya, and Grandpa will feel lonely in his room now that both other inhabitants are being kicked out for different reasons. Mo’Rum and Latoya have some alone time with Chelsea and tell her they have a lot of respect for her for coming to visit. She mentions the “big thing” that happened between her and Grandpa and claims that the way he treats her is not indicative of his douchebag appearance to everyone else. Guess we’ll have to take her word for it.
Swifty takes a moment to himself to get emotional, but Needy finds him and tells him not to cry. Apparently Swift saw potential in Needy from week one, and now they’re BFF’s, I guess. The Brandons have a mutual sad.