DI Francisco shows up with a bowl of worms. No, really. DI Francisco slowly lowers a worm into his mouth, but he eats it as slowly as possible, with part of the worm still hanging out of his mouth. Wolf turns his head away, because as I noted before, he's kind of a girl. DI Taylor orders him to look at it. In an interview, Wolf says that he doesn't like insects or being outdoors. DI Francisco pops the worm out one last time before sucking it in and (presumably) swallowing it. Then he explains that he doesn't want the recruits to go hungry, so they'll pass the bowl around, and everyone will get to eat one. In an interview, Whitlow says she thought the worms were fake until she got the bowl and saw things moving in there. Okay, that's gross. Whitlow eats a worm. DI Taylor tells her to swallow, and Whitlow pulls a Stacey, sticking out her tongue really far, to prove that she did swallow the worm. Wolf squirms. Moretty eats a worm without any theatrics. Wolf tries to pass the bowl along without eating a worm, but the DIs call him on it. Wolf goes to pick a worm out of the bowl, and then drops it back in, effeminately flapping his hands around. Wolf goes in for a second attempt, stalls some more, and finally drops the worm in his mouth. I would call him a girl again, but as a girl, that offends me. What a wuss. Moretti eats his worm with no complaints. DI Francisco offers up seconds, but no one takes him up on it. In an interview, Wolf says that the worm didn't even touch his tongue. I would pay large amounts of money never to have to think about Wolf's tongue, ever again. Wolf says that he feels like the worm is crawling in his stomach, and Whitlow assures him that the acid in his stomach will kill it. They always tell you that, but did you hear about the woman who ate some pork in Mexico and ended up with worm in her brain? How did that happen, exactly?
Episode Report CardKim: A- | 492 USERS: C+
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