It's time for everybody's favourite part of the show, the...what's that say? "Dates with new men"? Ugh, this is always death. Okay, Andrea and AnotherTim go horseback riding, which Andrea really gets off on since she used to ride and AnotherTim was "state jumping champion" and AnotherTim, getting lamer by the second, agrees that the date was "wonderful" and maybe we should check in with Andrea's "I used to ride" bowlegged ass tomorrow and see how much she's enjoying it then. Next, we watch them plow into some food at a diner while Andrea voice-overs that AnotherTim is very nice and he's "cute" and AnotherTim voice-overs that Andrea is "an attractive lady," which is a phrase I don't think I've ever used in my life in relation to a woman I actually wanted to sleep with. AnotherTim voice-overs that Andrea has beautiful eyes and thank god he didn't say it to her face or we might have had a repeat of her annoying "the eyes have it" line. In an interview, Andrea says "blah blah blah" and AnotherTim voice-overs, "I have a good feeling that maybe she'd want to hang out some more so that we can continue our dialogue" and I completely believe AnotherTim works in politics at this point and I don't think "continue our dialogue" is a phrase I've ever used in my life in relation to a woman I actually wanted to sleep with.
Back at the Northern Light, the Men on Ice are playing pool some more which, to me, is far preferable to watching Andrea hork back a burger and fries. In an interview, Brent says he's nervous about Sissie going off on a date since he adores her. Awww. No, I mean it!
Bob and Sissie are going hiking in the Kenai National Wildlife Reserve. In an interview, Bob says he thinks he made the right choice picking Sissie since she's gorgeous and he loves her hair, and how much stock you want to put in a hair compliment from a man with a mullet is up to you. Business in front, party in back, Bob! They check out some sort of trail guide sign, and Bob says they're going to climb some "elevation" and Sissie makes a crack about seeing what Bob's "made of" and then she does her scary-scrunched-up-face laugh thing that gave me nightmares all week. In an interview, Sissie calls him "easygoing" and they do seem to have fun together. As they hike, Sissie asks if he has a certain type, and Bob, being no dope, pretty much describes Sissie exactly. But we all know it doesn't matter if both of them acknowledge they'd make a good match, since barring someone stabbing Brent to death, I can guarantee Sissie's not dropping him.