Back in the Playboy discussion, Jill is saying to Kevin that if you really love someone, it's about "compromise and communicating," which she (like most people) is using to mean, "You should come around to my way of thinking if you really love me." She cries in an interview as she explains, "I am who I am." And, apparently, who she is is a girl who poses in Playboy. She says she doesn't want to "change totally," and I guess agreeing that once married, she would no longer pose nude if it really bothered her husband would constitute "changing totally." Interesting priorities Jill has. Around the fireplace, Jill is saying to Kevin that they're both individuals, and Kevin cuts her off, saying, "We're not individuals at that point, sweetie, we're one." Scary Anthony gets all bent out of shape about Kevin calling Jill "sweetie." He claims in his interview that he didn't like the "tone" of it, but there's nothing objectionable about the tone. Jill next tells Kevin that she has the feeling that because the Kevins are here, he's acting differently than he would otherwise. Again, Kevin makes the mistake of dropping the s-bomb, and Scary Anthony gets all pissed off about it again. "I hear it again, I'm gonna blow the joint," he threatens. The hell? Kevin's sister is like, "What's your problem, weird guy?" and Jill, always her father's apologist, says that it's the "context" because it's "not such a sweet conversation." The thing about this is that while I do think your parents have the right to perhaps not put you in a shared bedroom before you're married if they're uncomfortable with it, there's no way they have the right to tell you, as an adult, what your date should call you or in what "context." Jill's insistence on apologizing for her father's behavior is the biggest red flag in this entire red flag field day. Kevin's sister looks dismayed. She gives a quick interview in which she says that they had this nice day together, and then Scary Anthony just up and attacked Kevin, which obviously freaked her out. Scary Anthony interviews that he didn't want them "disrespecting each other" in his house. Not. Back in the living room, he stands up and gives the dramatic "Whose roof is dis?" speech. This goes on for a while, with Kevin calling her "sweetie" yet again, bringing on a profanity-laden outburst from Scary Anthony right in front of Kevin's very uncomfortable parents. Kevin's sister interviews that her parents are alarmed. Jill interviews again that she may not be accepted by Kevin's family. Boo hoo.
Married By America
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Married By America