David joins Paul for breakfast. Paul explains that David will be going on three group dates. Paul thinks that the women will be more inquisitive than American women would be. Yes, because we Americans are nothing if not discreet and mild-mannered. Exhibit A: Mojo. Exhibit B: Heidi. Paul thinks it's important for David to keep his story straight, and points out that he's already told them that Hurricane is his horse. David explains that if he really did have that kind of money, he'd bring his horse over. Paul agrees that it's reasonable, and asks David how old he is. David says he's twenty-four, and Paul corrects him and says he's twenty-five. Wuh? Why would they make him lie about his age? It's like they're trying to get him to screw up. Maybe that's the twist we've been promised this season: the producers are plotting against David. Paul asks if David's uncle is dead or alive. David says he's alive. Paul points out that since he left David this money, he must be dead. David cheerfully says that he hopes the women don't ask this many questions. Paul promises that they will, because they are women. I usually don't go for that "Men Are From Mars" crap, but in this instance I think Paul is right. I know my husband will talk to one of our friends on the phone, and afterward I'll ask all these questions like, "Is he dating anyone? What is his job like? Where does he live now?" And my husband will have no idea. I don't get that. What did they talk about? Usually, it's videogames.
Episode Report CardKim: C | 457 USERS: C+
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