And then there's Lacey, who is proud to announce that she's a musician. Allison asks her to sing one of Bret's songs. Lacey interviews that this is right up her alley, and that she doesn't crack under pressure. She warbles "Every Rose Has Its Thorn," and the supersluts laugh. I mean, with good reason. Lacey interviews that she knows and has used every superslut trick, and that they're not going to get her down. Amy asks if Lacey would be surprised to know that nobody in the house likes her. She wouldn't, and explains that she's fighting for her man. Amy asks if Lacey has anger issues. Lacey says she doesn't, but that she is aggressive. We relive the Dallas incident. I don't think that's as much anger issues as crackheadedness, but okay. Lacey interviews that she's pissed that the other girls were talking shit about her. Amy asks if Lacey is stable. Lacey does not hesitate in saying that she is. The girls then ask if she sees a therapist and/or is on medication. The answer is yes to both. To which I say, up her dosage, man. Amy asks Lacey if she thinks that Bret wants a crazy, volatile woman in his life. Lacey doesn't consider herself crazy and volatile. The editors do, however, and we get a flashback to her throwing Jes into the pool. It's starting to get to Lacey that everyone thinks she's crazy. To which I say, well then, stop acting so crazy all the time, you asshole. The supersluts aren't so sure about Lacey. They summarily dismiss her. Once she's gone Amy says that there's nothing real about her. Despite their bitchiness, the supersluts are pretty good judges of character. Lacey rejoins the other girls and tells them she thinks she did a pretty good job. Sam, and the world, want her to shut the fuck up.
Rock of Love
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Rock of Love