Oh, man. Not Andrea analyzing her relationship with Kristian. I'm not strong enough for this. In an interview, Andrea says, "I'm very surprised to find myself feeling the way I feel about Kristian. He's just amazing." Two things here: (a) if he's so amazing, why would you be surprised at your feelings for him? and (b) quit using the word "amazing" to describe everything. We watch them sneak away from the crowd to pretend they're a happy couple for a few moments. In an interview, the Amazing Kristian says he's worried that Andrea feels more strongly about him than he does about her. Two things here: (a) NO SHIT, and (b) then quit boinking her! He then has the balls to say he's "too picky," which I guess means Andrea meets his boink standard but not his girlfriend standard.
Oh, sweet! Finally, it's this week's installment of Reality Check! Santagati is holding the Scrolls of Truth and stresses that the questions are all about honesty. "Last time you did this it was pretty intense, from what I understand," he says, as we look at a shot of Cecile. Actually, last time consisted of Old Tim chewing his lip for about five minutes before he told Cecile what he'd already told everyone else. Santagati says he'll just start them off with one question, and he lays it on the table for everybody to "fight over it," as if. Keith winds up with the scroll, unrolls it, and makes a lame "survey says" joke that nobody laughs at, like NICE TRY KEITH with your tired reference to a game show from the eighteenth century. The question: have you ever proposed to someone or been proposed to; describe what happened. Everyone just kind of looks around, probably thinking about what a lame question that is. Then Karen says she was married; it was a "mistake" and "it just didn't work out." Meanwhile, there are a bunch of stupid shots of everyone's serious faces. Could someone explain to me what the drama is here? Karen was married before and they're treating it like a Major Scandal. Are all these contestants Catholic? In an interview, Karen says she went away with her sister for the weekend, and when she came back her husband was gone; he went to Hawaii with a stripper he'd just met and took all their money, but I don't think she shares any of these details with the group. Ridiculous dramatic music plays. Ridiculously non-dramatic interviews with Cecile and Sissie, who were both surprised to find out that Karen was married. Ridiculous shot of Kurt looking dejected, maybe because he'd said earlier that they'd shared a lot about their pasts but is now forced to admit he doesn't know any of the details of her former marriage.