It's the women's side and the rejected boy hos are off; Jon is helping with someone's bag all, "Okay, great. Now get the fuck out of here, rejects." Well, he's probably doing it to keep an eye on Mandy, which isn't such a bad idea. Charlie shakes his head to the camera. I see now that the ladies are walking out with the boys they rejected. That's sorta nice, but I think I might personally be tempted to push them into the water. Matt feys that he had no expectations coming on the show so he's happy no matter what. (Plus, he got to meet a few great guys.) Matt hypothesizes that since Shannon has a few days left of "downtime," she and Tom couple probably "be a couple." You know, obviously she and Andy have said that they can do whatever they want with no repercussions, and they just conveniently left that out to heighten the drama of the show. Matt then calls Dano, "Dano the Mano," and says that he's so nervous about his date he's been asking the others to write down things for him to say. Mandy makes a crack about, "Don't leave us alone with these guys," does a fake pout, and then jumps up and down laughing. I would definitely push her in the water. Trouble is she'd probably just drunkenly cackle. The Boy Ho Boat O' Rejects trails off into the distance as the sad music pumps up and I'm forced to take a two-hour nap because of the growing tedium. (Obviously, stee was the big loser in Fox's decision to stretch out another episode.) Matt continues that she's not sure about Mandy and Jon and that they'll at least have a "good time." At least they will. Well, I'm sure Matt will be just fine. He'll probably be back in the West Village drinking Amaretto Sours and laughing about the wool he pulled over Fox's eyes.
Episode Report CardStee: B+ | 962 USERS: C+
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