Catherine looks away. Then back. Stink-eyes everywhere. So mad. So fucking mad. I would not want her to be mad at me. Seriously. Catherine smiles...and we go to commercials.
Back. Mark L. Walberg, also unable to believe the shit Edmundo just said, tells Catherine that it's time for her to speak her heart and then to tell Edmundo what her decision is. Catherine sweats and smiles. I do, too.
Catherine says that this was harder than she ever thought possible and that what she saw at bonfire devastated and disappointed her. She says she put Edmundo on a pedestal, but then she saw him in a way she never thought she would and that it hurt and angered and saddened her. It was, however, that pain that allowed her to put herself first and let herself meet the "three guys." She goes on to say that the guys said stuff she hasn't heard in a while (because they were trying to fuck her) and they "opened up [her] eyes." (I think they "opened up" more than her eyes.) Edmundo looks down. She says that her journey was "different," and that it was about emotional bonds. Yes, she kissed and cuddled Brian, but that's as far as it went. (Lies!) The scolded puppy Edmundo nods (the puppy is scolded but still will go and do what it wants...) as Catherine whores that she wants to be appreciated and she's not the naïve girl Edmundo thinks. She lies that she can stand on her own two feet and knows what she wants and knows she can do it on her own (Mark L. Walberg stares, bored, sad, confused...) and she wants to take the strength she's gained and apply it to their relationship. Aw. How pukey-sweet.