For some reason, Kurt is now holding the scroll as he says, "Well, I hate to be the one that is going to sound like a lawyer in the group..." but the rest of what he says is drowned out by Andrea's interview, in which she says that she and Kristian have talked at great length about this; she says that, when the question came up, she and Kristian looked at each other and were like, "There you have it!" and there's her stupid doesn't-mean-anything "there you have it!" line again, which is another of her practically trademarked phrases, which also include "amazing" and "c'mon, guys, it's dinner time." I guess Kurt answered the question, but we never heard what he said -- just Kristian pointing out afterward that Kurt didn't say when was the last time he did that. Kurt's response is that he doesn't "have a diary," as if, which Kristian calls a "great answer" and admits he wishes he'd thought of it as everyone laughs. But now it's time to come clean, as the dramatic music swells again and Kristian says, "What time is it?" which I have to say was a pretty funny response, only nobody in the group laughs. Finally he just admits he's "kind of" in one of those relationships right now. Despite her saying they've discussed this a lot, Andrea looks mildly surprised he said so in front of the group, but she keeps smiling, and Kristian does his weird Kristian smirk thing as the bass clef piano notes keep thundering over the whole scene and everybody looks around. We see Cecile shake her head, while vigorously chewing gum. Cecile says she was surprised. Sissie says she figured Kristian would be "fired on the spot" and says she couldn't be intimate with a guy if she knew it wasn't going anywhere. Yeah, right. As if she wouldn't jump Brent in a second if he asked her to, even if he pulled a Kristian and told her straight out he didn't see them having a long-term relationship.
Having successfully targeted its desired couple, this week's edition of Reality Check comes to an abrupt end. In an interview, Keith says he figures it's "time to make a run for Kristian's girl" and that he felt "chemistry" with her as we watch clips of them talking and playing darts, and Andrea is doing this annoying exaggerated "zip it!" gesture, which is good advice for pretty much everybody on this show. Meanwhile, Andrea glances over at Kristian playing pool all by himself.
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