Same As It Ever Was
And then there was the circus sideshow shoot, which entailed a lot of raw meat for cannibal A.J., and a lot of...twin-i-ness...for the twins. Caridee put on an elephant trunk, and Melrose got extra-ugly. Jaeda, as the strong woman, struggled, and Megg couldn't get past her mutton chops as the bearded lady. She is upset at her performance, especially because of the fact that she has modeling potential. At Panel, the judges loved Melrose's wrinkly fierceness, but didn't see the potential in Megg and she was sent home. In her exit interview, Megg notes that there's so much fake going on, and it's hard to keep a positive attitude. MELROSE.
Then, in Week Six, the girls did yoga. And then yoga instructor Shirley Archer put a mask on them and told them to dance. Wow, do they look like some rhythmless crackers. Back at the house, Michelle really opened up and told the others that she might be gay. Brooke is scandalized, and Eugena notes that Michelle might not have come out entirely, but she's straddling the fence. And what better time than on the eve of an outing to meet up with Mark Steines of Entertainment Tonight to learn some techniques for being a ball-sucking correspondent. Melrose, of course, was a natural. Brooke sounded too rehearsed, and A.J. was just clueless.
And speaking of A.J., she's having some difficulty. In the hot tub, she tells some of the other girls that she's having mixed feelings about accepting her fate as a person in the house, and about doing well in the competition. It fills her with an overwhelming depression, and she says that it's like something broke and she can't fix it. You know that in her heart A.J. thinks that this is one lame-ass reality show competition. Finally, someone with some sense! Caridee says that A.J. is hard to read because she has so many mood swings and a dark side. Melrose is sick of A.J.'s complaining and her pessimistic view of life. Well, A.J.'s pessimistic view of life is sick of you too, Melrose.