So Beastie and AP are walking around, and they bump into a couple of girls from the show. Turns out one of them is Kelley from The Real World New Orleans. She asks him whether he's straight (tee hee), and AP replies, "Yes, but I'm actually a woman. Sorry!" Just kidding, unfortunately. He says no, so she asks him to prove it. So he jams his tongue down her throat, something I did not ask to see at all. Apparently, Kelley thinks she knows all of the "tricks of the trade" as far as television is concerned. Somehow, I highly doubt it. If that were true, would you be caught (consciously, I might add) frenching AP (which actually stands for Ann Patricia) on camera? The answer is no. You would not. I actually didn't watch a single episode of RW New Orleans, but Kelley seems a bit annoying, because then she waxes horny and starts doing this whole exhibitionist sexual cry thing for AP. Nice tricks, Kelley. Minus the "nice tricks" part. Then again, she did get on television. Color me impressednot.
Not. I'm so sick of seeing them win. It sucks.
Speaking of sucking, Bob mentions that "having the girlfriends around is really affecting people's attitudes about reaching our goal." Yeah, dude. There's no "girlfriend" in "teamwork." Jerk. You're so jealous. Sutton is so happy she's there; why can't you just be psyched for him?
Over at the Dixie Tavern, FLICK is getting ready for their show. Brandin and Fletcher have some distant family in town, who all seem awesome. Then we get a montage of photos from the brothers' youth, when they were stage performers. We even get a shot of Brandin and Fletcher in high school, wearing tucked-in buttondowns and jeans (ew). Brandin's skin is totally clear, and they both have NKOTB body waves. Weird. Apparently, their father toured with Debbie Reynolds in the '70s, so they were raised in a performance atmosphere. Brandin: "My father and I are very close. I hope he's aware that the things I do every day, the things I write about, have to do with him." Aw.
Over at The Boot, Soulcracker (they no longer deserve the effort of caps) is warming up for their show. AP says something, but I'm so uninterested in what he has to say at this point that I just zone out. Screw him and his lame band. FLICKERSTICK RUUUUUUUUUUULES!
So HARLOW's opening act is a troupe of men in armor who fight one another. It's actually quite funny. Amanda: "There's nothing like violence to get a crowd excited." I'm gonna have to agree. That is, if your band sucks, which it does, so carry on.