And then she is crying about letting Reid go last week, and she says it was the "hardest let-go" she's ever had to do.
After a commercial break, Harrison tells us there's a lot we didn't "get" to see, and I think he means a lot we didn't "have" to see. Like during the Harlem Globetrotters date, in which "Special K" gave her some relationship advice. He points out that Kiptyn "cheated" during the game, which means he might cheat on her. Cheating? Um, you're a Harlem Globetrotter. Does Kiptyn supposedly cheating mean he didn't pull someone's shorts down during the game? Special K says Mark (who he calls the pizza guy) isn't a team player, and Jillian should see if Mike will cut his hair for her. Man, this is awesome that we're getting to see this stuff about guys that Jillian booted weeks ago. Special K calls Juan a good guy, but the competition is about eliminating guys, and Juan invited the Globetrotters back to the house. Then Special K calls David a "good guy," and I think we've had just about enough of the character assessment from Mr. Harlem Globetrotter.
Harrison tells Jillian that his favorite "non-sober" moment was when Jillian ran into Ed and wanted to talk to him and it didn't go so well, and then we see a clip of Jillian babbling at Ed's face about feelings and whatnot, and Ed slowly slurring that this is "a lot of words" that she's throwing at him. And then he is denying that he's drunk, even though he clearly is, and he gives her a big hug and lifts her up such that she's worried about her short dress riding up and, I guess, necessitating some cooter pixelation. I wonder if David is watching this, confused because Ed is drunk and manages not to suggest that Jillian haul her tits out.
Then there is a snowball fight that I think is supposed to seem playful, and Jillian says Mark threw a snowball that "literally" knocked her on her ass, when what we see is Mark pegging her and then later Jillian just falling on her ass on her own, and the boringness is threatening to overwhelm me.
So what else do we have? Harrison says saying goodbye to Robby was especially awkward, because of the way it took place on the train. Harrison says what happened was the train missed the stop. Jillian tells us the train went backwards. Chris inanely says that it's not easy to back up a train because it's not like backing up a car. I would think that backing up a train is many times easier than backing up a car because IT'S ON A TRACK after all. But anyway, somehow this had Jillian ready to have an "emotional breakdown" because the whole thing took an hour and a half.