Dirk says, "Thank you, Susan," and Dirk actually does have balls, even though he chooses not to use them. This must be the week that the editors learned how to express irony by showing contradicting scenarios. Dirk says in a confessional, "The ideas I didn't like were just maybe some of the things that were maybe a little bit tasteless and didn't have much class. I believe that class kind of shows itself and things like " "Condoms!" Kelly shouts out to the group and explains, "If we had enough condoms and they were different colors that would be so funny." Maybe if you were in seventh grade, and just finished writing your best friend a note on lined paper, which you then folded into a tidy little square and passed on to your neighbor to pass on to your friend. She then adds, "You guys should put little orange thingies on your weenies." Does she think she's Lindsey from The Real World Seattle? And should Rudy really be subjected to such blush-worthy subject matter? I hope he sues for sexual harassment. In his confessional, Dirk says, "That's not very creative; that's just looking on a bathroom-stall wall." The way he said this cracked me up; he sounds so disappointed. Richard suggests they make an arrow in the water from Styrofoam buoys, which seems like a pretty good idea to me, but Sean shoots him down saying, "Next time, get a fish!" Oh wait, that was last week. Now he says, "They'll float all discombobulated," and that he prefers "something simple but extravagant, like the Rose Bowl." I think he means the parade and not the game. In a confessional Sean says, "I just wish people would, you know, see things my way in terms that I think that what they want is something really spectacular and I think that we could work through the night and build something really spectacular that would ensure us getting the goods." I'm glad Sean speaks in such specifics. Richard cackles, rubs his palms together, and twirls his handlebar mustache when he tells us, "What's happening in my head is: Here's conflict. Here comes the dynamics that suck. Here comes the people that just shout and don't listen. Here comes the negativity and here comes the crap." And here comes the big fat gay man with a spear, so run away all you little fishies everywhere. Richard then tells us that he's "planning something sneaky" and that he knows what the resolution to the conflict would be at home (dragging Sean by his ear up a hill at 4 AM), but that he's planning something different. He says he's trying to ensure that he makes it into the next round. As his voice-over says this, we get shots of snickering Sue, giggling Kelly, and sniggling Richard. Do you think these three are planning something? Because I didn't get that at all.
Episode Report CardJoanna: A- | 505 USERS: C+
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