The Axis of Skeevil goes off on what is allegedly a fishing trip, but is obviously just an opportunity to admire themselves and discuss how mean all the other women are. And no one should pick on them in their weakened state. I mean, they're not saying they're weakened, but honestly, it's a week and a half in, and they look like they've spent the last four months in the hospital recovering from tuberculosis. In a voice-over, Heidi refers to herself as "a cute little girl," and talks about how "it's very easy to get ganged up on." God, who refers to herself as "cute" this much? And again, she refers to all the other women as "the bigger girls." And again, words fail me. Shawna expresses in the boat that she feels a little bit bad about being a big lazy-ass while the other women are working. Heidi responds by saying something about playing the game that doesn't make any sense, because playing the game has nothing to do with being a lazy-ass. Being a lazy-ass is its own curse and its own reward. Shawna interviews that she sensed that the "older women" might take out after her, Heidi, and Jenna -- although she seems to understand that work ethic, and not great beauty, would be the reason. She refers to the Axis, incidentally, as the "meek, or prissy, or whatever" girls, rather than the "cute girls." Of the Axis, Shawna is definitely the least Skeevil, if only for having that precious teaspoon of self-awareness.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B | 486 USERS: C+
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