Previously on Now That You're Gone, All That's Left Is A Land of Mold: It was time to get your wedding-bound booty out of the Huggy-Boo manor house and into your very own place, meaning that at least the evil got to spread out a little and stretch its legs. Evil needs air, too, y'all. Kevin's friends Eddie and Boner, Billie Jeanne's friends Paige and Crying Duane, Denise's sister Nosy Parker, and Xavier's sister Croissant and friend Farmer Ted all visited. Most sensed disaster. All were ignored. The world continued to spin. Billie Jeanne dressed up like a French maid and Denise dressed up like a schoolgirl, and Tony and Stephen responded appropriately. Or, you know, inappropriately, which was appropriate. Jill and Kevin went at it Waterworld-style, and their sex life was a much bigger success than Kevin Costner, and a lot less expensive. The reviews, alas, were mixed. The panel hated Jennifer, and told her so, and she took it sort of hard for someone so cold and unfeeling. But they didn't care, because they were booting her ass anyway. On this show, you make out, or you get your ass out. What show do you think this is, Press Your Luck? Au revoir, Jenn-ee-fer and Freedomy! Don't let the door hit you on your way back to sanity!
On Day 8, one hour after the big boot of Miss P. and company was applied, Jill interviews that no one was surprised at the panel's decision about Jennifer and Xavier, but now she feels all insecure again because there are more eliminations to come. She takes us through the complexities of how now there are three couples, so when one more is taken away, there will only be two. Way to subtract, there, genius. Who says that girls who pose naked can't do math? "Anything can happen in a week," she laments. The Book of Genesis is like, "Word." When they return to their room, she and Kevin find an invitation waiting for them. She gets all yippy-excited when the invitation tells them they're going to Long Island to hang out with Jill's family. Jill claps her hands in excitement -- wheeeee! "Won't that be fun?" she asks eagerly. "Anything with you," he says gamely, trying not to answer as he envisions Scary Anthony chasing him around the house with a meat cleaver while Dean Martin plays on the stereo. Jill notes that Kevin seems slightly apprehensive about the family visit. In an interview, Kevin waves broadly at the camera and smiles. "Hi, Mr. and Mrs. Nicolini," he Eddie-Haskells, "looking forward to seeing you." Okay, that was slightly funny.