The first question demands each competitor's most embarrassing moment. Kimj answers, "Throwing up on you on our second date!" and most likely she is speaking to her husband and not to Just Peachy, as it might appear. Her husband says, "You might ask her what happened on our second date, but I'll go with a different answer...." and Kimj's expression changes from excitement to disappointment as she realizes her husband just faked her out. He thinks she should be more embarrassed, because she once disappeared during a party, fell asleep on the toilet, and "clogged" the bathroom for two hours. Nasty. Kimj threatens to throw up on her husband again if she loses the reward challenge by one point, but if she really wanted to scare him, she should have threatened to do on him whatever she was doing in that bathroom.
Teresa is shamed by a New York marathon injury because it caused her to take all day and all night to finish. That's so lame. Her husband is only slightly less lame: he recalls when Teresa spilled a whole tray of drinks on a first-class plane passenger. Just think -- they now have a most embarrassing moment in common: when Teresa announced on national television her membership in the Mile High Club.
Ethan remembers getting a curling iron stuck in his hair while styling it for the prom, and his mom having to cut off his hair. That is embarrassing. Hee. And so cute, too. His mom -- who may have no sense of humor -- cites a time when Ethan let in an easy goal during an important soccer game.
Next is Tom, who doesn't let us down. He says he was walking around the house in dirty underwear while some strangers were there, too: "I walked in the kitchen and met these people and I hadda little stain in my underwear." This announcement is followed by a few awkward giggles as the other members of Mofo Maji realize that he really is crazy, after all. Tom's wife sits near a giant poster of Tom or his son or his father, and says that Tom has never been embarrassed in his whole life, and thus she cannot answer the question.
Kimp fell off her bike during a triathlon; her bathing suit got caught on the seat when she tried to pick up the bike, and "all the other racers got a really good view." What is it with the topless bike riding on this show? In any case, Kimp's mother agrees that the incident was embarrassing, and Kimp is excited to have scored a point.
Finally, Lex Loser announces that he got a little too happy during a college happy hour, and threw up in the middle of his Human Sexuality class. His wife says he threw up on another student in college, and Peachy proclaims this a correct answer. But based on most of the college students I know (including the one I was), that could easily have been two separate occasions.