How weird is it that I should actually be relieved to switch over to Sissie's cabin but after watching Rebekah in action, I am relieved, as some jaunty acoustic guitar starts up, taking us over to Sissie's place, where we get grainy night-vision camera work, with Brent golly-gee-whizzing that he can't believe Sissie's actually interested in him and Sissie is snuggling while holding a plastic bottle or something, like, what is that about, and she says, "Why wouldn't I be, though?" In an interview, she says she's not really keen on intimacy "in this situation," and I guess she means "on camera," which is probably the most sensible thing I've hear her say yet, and she says she really wants to know someone "wholeheartedly" first and thank god she managed not to refer to Brent as a "hunka burning love" again. More self-doubt from Brent as he says it's been two and a half years (since what he doesn't say, but I guess since he's been divorced or had sex or maybe both), and he assumes that Sissie must think he's an "idiot" for not making a move yet, but of course Sissie, the president of the Brent Beatification Society, says it's "sweet," whereas I think his insecurity is quickly moving from endearing to annoying. In an interview, Brent says this is the first time he's felt the "flame" since his divorce, and it's been a couple of years since he's even been on a date. In an interview, Sissie admits that it's hard not to think about gettin' bizzay with Brent since he's so "physically attractive" and you realize that her earlier claim that she wants to wait was just so much "rationalize whatever he says or does" behaviour from these supposedly empowered bachelorettes. Extremely annoying over-the-covers?-under-the-covers? debating-the-sleeping-arrangements thing between Brent and Sissie. Sissie says, "Do you want to stick one leg out?" and I have no idea what that even means and I hope to god it was not a euphemism. In an interview, Brent says that if sex is going to happen, it has to be the right time, and they both have to agree, and finally someone is expressing -- however implicitly -- reservations about this sex-life-in-front-of-the-cameras nonsense. It looks like they agree to let Brent sleep on top of the covers with Sissie underneath, and they coo something about being on their best behaviour.
Looking for Love
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Looking for Love