"It's like a buffet for a host. Where do I start?" says Harrison, who then boringly goes to Jake to ask if he was surprised about what was said, and Jake is all, "What, about being a nice guy?" and somehow thinks he was called "perfect," which really calls into question what he said about how his old girlfriends complained about him being too perfect. And Tanner F has to be the one to point out, "Uh, no one said 'perfect.'" And Jesse says America got a different impression of him than they did, because he came off as phony when he says things like he would die to make Jillian's dreams come true. And then Mark tells him that an airline pilot can't possibly be the black sheep of the family, and then something about how he took a long time to untuck his shirt during a rose ceremony, and that he should watch an R-rated movie so he can come on to the same level as the rest of them, and then he does call Jake "too perfect." And then Tanner F accuses him of "pulling a Mesnick," which is leaning over a railing and crying. Hee! Mesnick himself is a ten on the Mesnick scale, Tanner tells us, and Jake's right there with him.
And then Sasha launches into a diatribe about Jake being really canned and sounding like a soap opera character when he talks about other girlfriends looking for something to fix in him and freaking out when they can't find anything, and he earns a sixty-percent good-natured "fuck you, Sasha," from Jake, adding, "How perfect is that?" And the audience seems at first to be confused about whether they should be applauding this or not. Answer: you should not be applauding. You should be covering your faces in shame for being there. Michael Stag then stands up for Jake by pointing out that Jake doesn't ever have a bad word to say about anything, and that's really boring so that must be why we're going to a commercial break now.
So David, your thoughts on Juan? "I always felt he was being fake in front of the camera and Jillian," he says, adding that he didn't hang out with the guys, but when the cameras were around he would change into his jeans and grab a beer and then start hanging out. And then David says "man code," and Harrison asks about the man code which David ironically calls an "unspoken" code of conduct that involves not sleeping with a friend's ex-girlfriend. What does that have to do with Juan? Thank god Harrison points out that the show itself is a violation of the man code, then, "because you're all fishing in the same pool." And then David talks about being from different part of the country.