Hey kids. This is going to be by far the shortest and least funny recap I've ever written. It's hard to watch Road Rules and not want to throw the tape out the window anyway, but in light of what's happening in New York -- the notion that certain people who read this site or people they know and love have been affected personally by the terrorist attacks in my former home city, New York -- it's nearly impossible. We'll be back to normal soon, I hope, but for now there are more important things than Adam and Ellen and company. Laughter is one of the best things on earth, I believe -- I'm just not quite ready to laugh yet.
Previously. Ellen said that she didn't get along with everyone and sometimes that just happens. It happens a lot to Ellen, I'm sure. Blair reports that Ellen has been writing emails to her friends "hating on all of [the kids in the RV]." He doesn't know why. She has left the email there for them to read. I guess that's just stupidity. Ellen seems to have that in abundance.
Opening. We've all seen it. It doesn't get any better. Things are different. Of course they're not.
Day. Outside the Tioga. ADDam cackles as Steve -- hi, Steve! -- runs through a parking lot somewhere with his pants down. Adam loves it. Blair loves it, too. Inside, Ellen talks to a friend on the cell phone and says how immature everyone else is and also that Sophia pretends to seduce Adam even though she's a lesbian and Steve is scatter-brained (oooooh, diss!) and that Adam farts and then the kids come in. The boys are wearing different clothes, so it's obvious this isn't even the same day. I give up. Ellen stops dissing for a bit and the boys leave and then Ellen goes back to dissing. Outside, we see Blair listening; he's wearing different clothes once again. Blair floats that Ellen has stabbed them in the back and twisted the knife and she doesn't want to be there.
Tioga. The kids, minus Ellen, are inside talking about all this Jigga-When? Blair relates and Ellen says over and over that she doesn't care about them; Blair says she doesn't deserve to be there. Adam tells us that she should have left, and Sophia tells us that she's tired of Ellen's lies and "faking." Adam says they should confront her; Blair agrees, and Sophia says that something is going to blow when they do.
Now there's a shot that looks like it is exactly same one from the second week; Adam is sitting on a street across from the Tioga when Ellen comes over and they talk. Fuck B/M. Adam tells Ellen that she's being two-faced. Ellen tries to respond, but can't. Adam continues about the email and Ellen stammers, "What did I write on the email?" Ellen just stutters. Adam floats that Ellen won't admit what she wrote, and Katie floats that Ellen keeps secrets, and we get it. People are mad at Ellen.