Oh, man. Back at the bar, Tim is blah-blahing that he would have rather done it one-on-one, but...and he trails off, so one of the other morons says "not possible" even though it actually was, and the correct answer is "she wouldn't have gone down on me." Then Tim keeps insisting that it would have been "fake" if he hadn't come clean, like, nice time for honesty to become so important to you.
Back in the Wailing Washroom, Cecile has moved on to the "how could I ever consider him a friend?" portion of her tirade and I agree that it is hard to believe that someone she's known a whole ten days could do something so rotten. Blah blah whine whine more swearing and I notice that Sissie is nowhere to be found in Cecile's little support group in the bathroom. In an interview, Tim makes the understatement of the year: "I knew that I needed to have a talk with her after the whole thing." Then we watch as the two of them leave, with Cecile fast-walking back to her cabin while Tim trails behind her. And in the cabin, Cecile's anger dissolves into tears and blubbering in the bathroom, door closed, because, oh right, she's all about privacy. "I basically got my head handed to me," says Tim in an interview, but if he did, we missed it, because all we hear through the bathroom door is Cecile crying and saying things like, "I don't bring people home that I don't care about, okay?" as she pretends she really loves Tim even though she's been manipulating him the whole time. Also, even when she's crying, she can't stop swearing. "How am I supposed to feel about myself?" she asks, and I hate to tell her that maybe her self-esteem shouldn't be quite so fragile that it can be shattered by some idiot she's known all of a week and a half. She whines that she doesn't ever want to feel the way Tim made her feel as the weeping intensifies. Oh, and also, "It's not fair! I've never done anything to hurt you," she says, which is true if only because she didn't get a chance to. My god, this scene is painful -- not in a feeling-empathy-for-Cecile (which I don't) way, but in an actually-feeling-physical-pain way. The dramatic music reaches a crescendo with some annoying clock-striking-the-hour bell. Commercials, thank god thank god.
Hey, aren't you guys going to finish playing Reality Check?
Night 12. The long walk to Proposal Point. Cecile voice-overs, "Tim totally crushed me." Oh, really? See, I didn't get that when you were whining and carrying on in the bathroom for about twelve hours straight. She blah blahs about being very giving and leaving herself open and getting hurt. In an interview, Tim says that the worst-case scenario would be if Cecile wanted to be "vengeful" and decided to keep him there and it's pretty funny the way Tim can't keep himself from laughing as he discusses the whole melodramatic Cecile situation.