Now we get the four women in their hut talking about the girl hos and how they are going to be gunning for their men. Mandy says that she's never seen a girl hit on Billy, which leads me to believe that Mandy is legally blind or on crack, either of which I would believe -- the crack would explain her ho-iness while the blind part would explain the Ten Buns of Ugly she sports in her hair during the Bonfire nonsense later. Yahtzee scares Mandy by saying that they "know" how girls are and that there are a lot of girls after their guys right now. As Mandy starts her three-hour make-up ritual, she tells us that during their dates, Kaya and Yahtzee ran into each other, and that Kaya told Yahtzee the girl hos are all over Billy (we see a shot of girls all over Billy) and that girls are all over Taheed as well. (Some people on the forum have taken to calling him "Toolheed" which I think is quite fitting.) Ha. No one is all over Andy or Kaya. Andy, because he's a little scrub, and Kaya, because they know to ask him for tips on picking out fabric rather than hitting on him. Mandy says that there is a lot of tension.
We go back to the ho dinner as someone asks Elizabeth why she likes the "aggressive" Andy. She doesn't give a really clear answer. Yeah, no shit. How about, "The producers slipped me a hundred to pretend to like him." She calls him "interesting," and says that he's comfortable around her and that Shannon was "staring at [her] so hard [she] was getting bruises." Bah-dum-dumb. The girls laugh.
Hut O' Men. Taheed lies, "I can be faithful. But if a woman throws it at you, it can be very, very difficult." Dude. If a woman actually threw it at me I'd run screaming -- that would be pretty nasty. Kaya leads Taheed, wondering if when a woman is very aggressive he's just like, "take me?" Kaya makes a 'take me' motion towards Taheed, and there's really nothing more that needs to be said about that. Lord. "You're defenseless!" says Andy. Yeah, like you know. ["Not to mention the fact that it's just a lot of stereotypical 'men are weak and helpless to resist' crap people tell themselves so they don't feel bad about cheating." -- niki]