Back from commercial, they waste little time in telling us that Earl has gotten the votes needed to be inducted. Those manipulative bastards! I had already decorated my "Na na na na hey hey goodbye Earl!" sign with the appropriate amount of glitter and sparkles during the commercial and they pull this stunt on me. Steve's turn. He gets sixteen "yes" votes, seven abstentions, and seven "no" votes. Jeez. I personally got more write-in votes in the 2000 Presidential Election than this poor bastard got from his potential frat brothers. So Steve has been voted out and is now depledged. Brad's panties immediately bunch up as he says that whoever wrote a "no" keeping Steve from being part of the fraternity needs to get the fucking balls to go downstairs and tell the kid to leave. This causes the brothers to start bickering over who's going to tell Steve he's out. They're obviously scared shitless of the guy because fourteen people didn't vote yes, but none of them have the testicular fortitude to tell him that. Finally, George decides he has the scrotum of Paul Bunyan and says that since he voted "no," he'd be more than thrilled to tell Steve to his face that there's no room for tokens here and that Steve's MTV career is officially over. Nobody has a problem with George doing the dirty work. Now the talk turns to the brothers all being worried that all the pledges will leave in a show of solidarity for Steve. So they bicker about that for a while. Some brother named Greg says he really hopes the pledges don't all walk out because that'll suck. Actually, if all the pledges were to walk away from this right now, I swear to you, I would have automatically given this episode an "A" and declared it the best show on television. Sure, I would have felt like I just wasted the last thirteen weeks of my life on this shit, but I already felt like that. Having the show just completely fall fucking apart at the end would be the only way to redeem this car wreck.
Episode Report CardUncle Bob: F | 1088 USERS: C+
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