Kim: Or because he wouldn't "endorse her product."
Stee: Dustin tried to kill Coral.
Kim: I thought she was overreacting, but it was kind of a dick move.
Stee: Dustin was just so scary when he was saying that he hates men in drag. The look on his face. Frightening. Scary like Ray Romano getting a million an episode.
Kim: He has a lot of unresolved anger issues. Dustin, not Ray Romano. Although maybe Ray Romano does, too.
Stee: I think Ray does. My cat hates me, by the way. She's staring at me all, "I know Road Rules is starting again. Please pack my bags." Dustin doesn't endorse gays but is fully behind drowning girls. I like how he brought photos of himself doing volunteer work. Like then we'll forget he's a scary hillbilly.
Kim: Dustin sucks. I love how racist people can be on the show, but homophobic people can't. Supporting your B/M racist theory.
Stee: Totally. Let's talk about Steve. He's poor. He grew up in a cardboard box. I wish he was raised in a pirate ship, because that's funny when you say it while holding your tongue.
Kim: I know so many people whose parents didn't have a crib at first, so they slept in a dresser drawer or whatever. So not a big deal. They made it out like he was homeless.
Stee: I love my notes on him. "Asian-ish. Poor. Lived in a box." I liked Steve. He's probably going to be pretty bland, but I like him.
Kim: And he won the beauty contest.
Stee: He did. His acceptance speech was pretty funny. Dustin wanted to kiss him. I would be worried Dustin is going to read this and kick my ass, but I don't think they have computers in North Dakota.
Kim: Fuck Dustin. I've made my feelings on men in drag as comedy well known, but I thought Steve was actually funny and a good sport.
Stee: You hate drag?
Kim: I just don't think that straight guys dressing up like women is funny in 2001. Like, drag as an art form? Fine. But man in woman's clothes does not automatically equal funny, and so many TV shows think that it does.
Stee: I hear you. [Taking off bra.]
Day Four. Coral and Jason talk. Jason says that he's sheltered because he's from Mississippi. Coral says that people in San Francisco are down-to-earth and easygoing, and that people in Mississippi are uptight and have a lot of rules. Jason tells her that he would date a black girl if given the opportunity.