More makeup on Ashley. More screaming. Screaming. Screaming. FakeCarson gives another introduction as there's screaming, screaming, screaming. FakeCarson brings out the O-Moms. They enter through fog. Trevor actually raises the roof for his mom. Trevor begins immediately putting his mother into a choke-hold and then bragging about it. Yikes. Girls scream and moan for Trevor not to kill his mother, even though she hocked his things on eBay like the unloving mother that she is. Trevor's mom just looks straight ahead with darkened, deadened eyes empty of any love for her son. She's just wondering how much she could get for selling her TRL backstage pass, wishing Trevor were in *NSYNC instead so she'd get more money for her shit.
FakeCarson condescends to the group by telling them all that they seem to know each other very well and have great relationships. Ask them about their dads, FakeCarson. FakeCarson tells all of us that you can always tell how a guy treats a girl by the way he treats his mother. I stop for a second and realize that it's very true. I've been treated like I was a cold, angry bitch by one, and another boyfriend constantly borrowed my car and asked me for money. Shit, FakeCarson, where have you been all my life? Can you give me some advice on my hair now? "It seems that Jacob and his mother know each other the best," FakeCarson declares. Yes, it's even creepier spoken out loud.
Holy fuck, I've got to recap a question and answer period? This sucks, y'all. Sheryl asks Erik's mom if she had any nicknames for him when he was younger -- WOOOOO! Erik's mom called him "Papa Roach." Everyone starts screaming because Papa Roach used to be on the countdown. No, she called him something in Spanish, but I don't know Spanish and I'm too lazy to put the closed captioning on and this recap is so long...Oh, fine. I'll see what the closed captioning says. Oh, there you go. This episode isn't closed captioned, it seems. Anyway, she called him that and then kissed him on the forehead. What does it matter? It doesn't! It doesn't! Oh, it just started working. Paparuch. I was close.
Abby wants to ask Jacob's mom if he was good at getting girls when he was younger. She says, "You know? Jacob wasn't actually all that interested in girls." Ree-hee-heeeeeeeeeallllly? Everybody tries to cover it up by saying that Jacob was "goal-oriented" and that girls were a distraction.