Hey hey. Week three! You know, with this show it's more like Weak three. Get it? Ha. Heh. Ugh. Yeah, I'm sorry, y'all. I'm obviously in a bad way. This morning I went to make coffee, and caught my cat dragging a steak knife from the kitchen toward my bedroom. She pretended that she was eating a particularly tough steak, but I totally don't think that's true because, like, where would she get a steak, you know? I'm going to have to start sleeping on top of the bookcase. Anyway...
Previously...ADDam told the kids that he has not been taking his medicine and has thus been hyper and then Jisyella floated that Adam's disease "is a mental thing" and poor thing is bothered when she has to ask ADDam to take his meds. Don't worry, honey; you won't have to deal with any of this stuff very much longer. Then ADDam and Left Eye lay together, claiming that there was no "hanky-panky" going on. They both floated that they're attracted to each other. They both sound about as passionate as if they were describing how they feel about Tony Danza. "I don't know, man. It's Tony Danza. You know, he's okay, I guess. Whatever." I only wish I didn't feel passionately about this show. Apathy takes so much less energy that active revulsion.
Opening. Blah things blah are blah different. Shots of the kids and the crest and the missions. Snakes and twirling and Blair and nakedness and boot camp and someone will be kicked off and the full crest and that's it. Television at its finest. The opening credit sequence for Six Feet Under just came by and beat the shit out of this opening credit sequence for giving opening credit sequences a bad name. Good.
Tioga. ExpositionSophia tells us that they get their next clue on their "Apple computer." Man. While she says that, Sophia wears American Eagle clothing and drinks a Citra, while sitting in her Xterra in front of a HoJo's. Subtle, B/M. Subtle. The Apple Clue says they have to leave Marrakech and go to Fes, seven hours away, find lodging, and then await instructions...on their Nokia phones! No. Kidding. But probably not. Jisela cracks that they could find lodging if they had any money -- which I don't understand because, like, they're in a mobile home right now. Steve used to live in a box -- a small bed in an RV is the fucking Plaza Hotel for him. Hearing me talk shit about him, Steve pipes up that they were very careless with their money and spent it like Americans, meaning, I guess, that they bought a lot of fast food and porn.