The Star Wars task was so boring I don't even remember the forgotten footage, and then Randal and Rebecca had a whole problem about Jidé's picture on his poster, which admittedly had more problems than just the picture. This is ironic because they caught one big aspect of the issue, and skipped the whole V-Chip issue altogether. Interestingly, she went to superstud77 to complain, which seems like a smart move in order to get him on her side -- he likes to bitch, and it would at least get him off her back for a few seconds. Superstud77 fixed the picture, and Rebecca was happy with him for a second, until the giant violin started.
Then the cool secret footage petered out, and we considered briefly our Final Five. Adam: a virgin, socially and utterly naïve, but really smart and a hard worker. Rebecca: more intense than an elevator ride in the company of Betty Applewhite, Irina Derevko, and Kit McGraw from Nip/Tuck, but smart and "sophisticated." Felisha: wallflower, majordomo, and intermittent folk singer/doormat with a gift for diplomacy and secret smarts. Alla: soul-eating and somewhat abrasive but charming self-made multi-millionaire with a future in demagoguery. And Randal: puppy-saver, water-walker, grandmother-mourner and peacemaker, kind of boring but with a degree in whatever the hell you'd like, and the people and business experience to back it up.
That awful Levi Kreiss song plays us up to the suite, which is annoying except for how Adam, Alla and Felisha are all stretched out on the couches, singing it to each other. It's like a very skinny, well-dressed Babysitter's Club. Even Felisha -- never one to self-edit the dorkiness -- is like, "Yeah, I wasn't over-invested in this task at all." So cute! And Adam: so sleepy and cuddly! And Alla, so proud-papa with her affectionate looks and applause all around. They watch Felisha dancing around in her shiny, shiny pants with the intense love of Chris, Mark, Josh, and James. I'd just hate it if they turned on each other. But they are the Three Amigos! The Musketeers! The Chipmunks! That could never happen...could it? Well, only if this show wants to maintain my interest. Alla hilariously mourns the foregone-conclusion of superstud77's firing, sweetly remembering how he made her breakfast every morning. Every morning, people. I want more unseen footage of Alla and superstud77, because they get more intensely Grey Gardens about each other every time it comes up.