Ben's face is blasé -- he knows what's coming -- when Cohen asks him how he feels his marriage will stand up under this ordeal, especially since he wants to move to New York. Ben acknowledges that his wife's dreams are really in Nashville. I thought I had done this already but, I have got to put in a plug for her song "Louisiana Moon," which I have listened to 1,000 times since finding her site. I think she sings really quite well, and that song is really sweetly recorded. There you go, unsolicited testimonial, even after I have been bashing her husband for several weeks running. See, I am only fifty percent evil. ANYway, Ben says yeah, he knows it's hard, but he's going to follow his dreams, no matter what. He doesn't want to say so, but yes, he admits being on the show has put a stress on his marriage.
Cory and Jennifer arrive to join in the fun, and ONCE AGAIN, compliments are slathered like Velveeta on Ronnie. Jennifer thinks he's evolved the most, and giggles like a damn schoolgirl about his transformation from the casting special. She and Cory both laugh about his spray tan and his tattoo shirt. Cory, not content with just kissing Ronnie's ass, must extend himself to also encompass Ben. Why did they bother bringing all these other people in for this show?! Hell, Aryn and Katy both had to fly from Alabama, and being from there, I can tell you that we don't take kindly to the big ir'n birds what fly up in the sky and done drop you in exotic lands. It's hard to get us on them thangs, yew knoooow? Hyuck! Sorry. I am just trying to distract myself from Cory's blabbering about how Ben's stepped up or brought it, or whatever he's saying. Cohen asks Jennifer to explain the difference between girlfriend/boyfriend pretty and model pretty, and of course the camera immediately jumps to Katy, but as examples Jennifer gives Jay and Sarah. I think those are good examples, really -- both are very attractive kids, but she's right. Of course, it's true about Ben, as well, and probably several more of them.