Now poor Mike is subjected to the indignity of having to choose between two women who rejected him, which might explain why he's not all that enthusiastic as he chooses Andrea over Sissie. Santagati banishes Sissie who, in an interview, says, "I didn't want to go on a date with anybody today. Or ever. It's amazing what negative body language and no eye contact will do," because, oh yeah, she doesn't want to get picked. For the second time, we're treated to the Sissie spin on not getting picked and if you've got this show on tape, as I UNFORTUNATELY DO, you can check and see for yourself that what Sissie calls "negative body language and no eye contact" apparently consists of smiling, clapping, and direct eye contact.
Time for the weekly annoying scene where Santagati sends the women off with their new men and then repeats the ol' blah-blah about the Men on Ice having to "wait and wonder if they've lost you forever."
Commercials. How annoying are alcohol commercials that make a mockery out of the whole "drink responsibly" thing they have to do? Like the guy who slashes his own tires to prevent himself from driving drunk and it's played for laughs? How horrifying is that?
Day 14. 17°. Rebekah and Keith are going "ski jouring," whatever that is. We see them in the car in the backseat and Keith makes some lame joke about eating beluga whale vs. caviar or something. In an interview, Rebekah says they talked a bit, but that she slept for most of the drive, because she only got three or four hours' sleep the night before (though she doesn't say why). In an interview, Keith says it was kind of awkward sitting in the back seat while his date slept.
Turns out "ski jouring" is getting dogs to pull you while you're on skis. We are given the sublime pleasure of watching Rebekah face- and ass-plant many, many times. In an interview, Keith says that Rebekah's really nice and that she's always smiling. In an interview, Rebekah says, "He's a great guy. I don't feel a connection." Poor Keith. So far he's the only man on the show with whom Rebekah hasn't felt a connection. Then she blah blahs that she misses Jason, and also that she can't believe she misses Jason.