Andrea says that Lisa has had "some self-esteem issues." "Some"? But, Andrea says, every guy on the ship has paid Lisa huge compliments in order to build up her self-esteem. Ugh. I really hate Lisa and her neediness. Justin reminds them to go to The Booth and submit questions for the Hot Seat session.
Lisa voice-overs that "this is the Love Boat." The producers fine her for not getting the name of the show right. Lisa says that Toni and Greg seem to be the only ones who have hooked up, and Lisa questions whether Greg feels as strongly about the match as Toni, and whether "that was a real love connection or not." And there's another fine for naming another game show. Meanwhile, Toni is giving Greg a massage (just his arms and hands) and Greg is digging it, in part because he gets a great view down Toni's shirt in the process. In an interview, Toni says that her relationship with Greg is "kind of standoffish," and that she knows he has a big heart, but doesn't know how to get to it. Slight bug-eye action on that one. Toni asks Greg about previous relationships, and he gives her short answers. In an interview, Greg says that he likes the way Toni is privately (read: blowjobs) and wishes she were more like that around the group (read: blowjobs under the table at dinner). Toni gives Greg a kiss, and he totally turns his head and looks elsewhere, like, could he be less interested in her?
In The Booth, Melissa asks Toni what her attraction is to Greg, and whether it's more than physical. Anthony asks Adrian how he feels about being called a deadbeat dad, and quickly clarifies that he knows it isn't true, but that he wants Adrian to have the chance to say it. Adrian says someone told him that Jeanette wonders about his relationship with his daughter, and that it wasn't really fair for Jeanette to question it. How much do you want to bet that the "someone" who told this to Adrian was Anthony? Just because I hate him. Adrian claims that he would only talk about people's relationship with their children if he absolutely knew the truth. Jeanette asks Tomiko why she has let "a male chauvinist pig" pull the wool over her eyes. I seriously haven't heard someone use the words "male chauvinist pig" in, like, ten years. And even then, I think it was in a movie. Do people really still say that? It seems so '70s.