The reason this challenge becomes funny is that the flower helpers wind up basically lying or jumping on top of the birds and bees in order to squeeze out the stuff in their suits. At first, Erika is "helping" Danielle and Janelle; George is "helping" Mike and Will. So what you get are a lot of shots of George lying on top of Mike or Will, and/or dry-humping them in a rhythmic fashion to try to wring out their suits. It looks...just like you think. You don't know that you even had the ability to form a mental picture of George humping Will while George was in a green unitard and Will was dressed as a bee, but it turns out that your powers of imagination are greater than you think. "I glanced over, I wanted to see what the girls' strategy was," Will says. "As far as I could tell, it was to make a hot movie." Cut to soft-focus, Vaseline-coated shots of all the women lying and jumping on top of each other in slow motion. I'll grant you: it's hotter than Chicken George bouncing up and down on top of Mike. Ultimately, there is some trading off, which not only delivers footage of George bouncing up and down on top of Janelle, but also brings Erika riding Mike like she's in a rodeo. And with that, there is a run on eyeball bleach the likes of which you have never seen. In the DR, Erkia leans over with her head in her hands until she almost disappears. "My mom is going to be dying," she says. I suspect you'll be joining her when you look back on this footage, sweetheart.
Okay, it's now time for the review of the available prizes and whether the houseguests won them. We learn that the houseguests earned the right to give up the red room but eat meat and fish for the week. Yay! They did not earn desserts and dairy. Janelle is bummed, because she likes M&Ms. I'm so glad they offered that perspective. Did they earn bread and cereal? No. Did they earn a trampoline in return for going on slop for one day? Ding! Will, of course, was dying to get the trampoline. Did they earn "Christmas in August" in return for going on slop for a day? Yes. Janelle is happy because she loves presents. They might as well just start captioning the show with Janelle-based emoticons. "Janelle is happy." "Janelle is sad." "Janelle is frowning!" "Janelle winks!" She DRs that she'd like a trip to the Caribbean and an engraved portable DVD player, and she'd also like at least $5,000 in cash. And you know what? Janelle : Gift-Begging : : Mike : Beat Box Champ.
Did the houseguests win a choice between veggies and a slop pass? They did. And now, they have to conference over that choice. Of course, George wants the slop pass desperately. They all try to make him think they're going to go for the veggies, but when they're called upon to actually decide, they all yell, "SLOP PAAASS!" It's a little bit cute, actually, and George is enormously excited. I think they all know that eating slop all summer would truly, truly suck. Do they get to choose between fruit and a five-star dinner? They do, and they choose the dinner. Do they get booze in return for giving up the pool table? Did I even know they had a pool table? Anyway, they do, and of course, they would all rather have alcohol than a pool table. Or a house. Or oxygen. "The only thing we can really eat this week is meat and beer," Will explains. "It's kind of like the Atkins Diet for alcoholics." Oh, Will, an Atkins joke? That's so rickety and old. Please don't make a joke about Arsenio Hall or Tickle Me Elmo. "We're going to be drunk and skinny," Erika says. "And that might not be a bad thing." Well, for her maybe, since it just means she'll be drunk. George belly-flops one more time into the pollen for everyone's amusement. This show just got weirder, which is...not easy. And very, very soon, it's going to get weirder, so hang on tight.