Date. Kerstin and Andy go to a Latin Museum. Amy trails behind. Andy tells Kerstin that she's making "weak choices" when it comes to trying to woo him. He babbles more, telling her that she needs to "up the ante" with him. She doesn't know what that means, and he yells, "I'm not going to give you that." God, I hate Andy. Kerstin hates Andy. Even his mom, I could detect in her video, hates Andy. West Hollywood, however. That city loves Andy. Amy then talks to us, saying that she thinks Kerstin is fucking up; Andy is asking her to help him make a decision, and she's not stepping up. Kerstin tells Andy that their "relationship" cannot go any further until they're alone. She then tells us that she's not going to out of her way to impress Andy. If possible, I kinda like Kerstin. At least, comparatively, which in this crowd doesn't mean much. They now eat at a restaurant; Amy's sitting a bit away at the bar, but listening in. Andy asks Kerstin what she's looking for in a relationship, and she says she's high maintenance and doesn't want to get hurt because she's been through a lot in the past. Andy says something about Kerstin worrying that Andy is going to fall in love with her, and then something about Kerstin not thinking that Andy thinks Kerstin is capable of just going out and having fun. I don't know. I'm as confused as you are. Andy, who likes to talk and start drama because he has absolutely nothing else to offer the world, tells Kerstin that he bets she's going to want to get married, and that he's sure the next serious relationship she has -- she is going to end up marrying the guy. Kerstin is offended; Andy says that it's "boring." Amy tells us that listening in on their conversation gave her ammunition to us to get Andy to choose her. Commercial. Fucking A.
Recap of the date with Kerstin. We learn that the tension from the date carried over in the short bus on the ride home. It's Amy, who is supposed to shut the fuck up during this date, who is talking, saying that she feels like every time she offers an opinion she gets cut off. Yeah, that's because you're fucking stupid and no one cares about what you have to say. Don't you know that by now? Kerstin smirks. Andy then dicks that he has "less faith" that what Amy is about to say is important. Kerstin "ooohs." Amy is shocked. My cat yawns. I smoke. Andy says that Amy is afraid to get into it with him, and Amy smartly asks why he wants to get into it with everybody. Andy yells that it's not everybody, but just the "freaking" girls that he's put into a "freaking" house with. You shouldn't end a sentence with a freaking "preposition," douche bag. Andy whines that this is a hard decision for him and that they're not making it easier by opening up to him. Kerstin tries to butt in, but gets frustrated. Andy goes on that Amy not letting him in makes him feel rejected. Hate this fucking guy. Hate him. But this is funny: Amy starts crying. The Music Of My Sad Life plays as Amy weeps. Andy immediately starts going the Creepy Guy thing where he says, "Look at me," all quiet and in her face. "You're upset, and I feel bad. I do." She doesn't look at him, just keeps crying. Finally she says, "I don't like when people push so hard. I'm just trying to understand myself." And here is the gem line of the evening. Andy says, "It's painful for me to push this hard." Oh my God. What a fucking dildo. Hey, Locksmith. Please jump into the back seat and sit on this guy. Amy says that it takes more than three or four days to get her to open up. Andy justifies to us that he just wants to get stuff out of people and that he has strong opinions and yeah, maybe it is manipulation in some way. Oh, ya think? Man. He goes on to say, however, that his "strong" opinions are usually right on. Kerstin then tells us, "I felt like saying, 'Do you feel like a big strong man now that you made her cry?'" Hee. Now Amy and Andy hug and she says that she just wants to have fun and she doesn't want to be so serious. Bleh.