It is night. It is morning. An acoustic guitar invites us to float free of the cold world of business and merchandising as we see the remaining candidates snoozing. Troy is actually in bed with his cowboy hat over his face. Does he really sleep that way? Because...wow. I didn't think you had to do that unless you were actually out on the range watching for coyotes. (And yes, please pronounce that "kye-otes.") Heidi, on the other hand, is awake and getting ready to go out. We watch her put on her makeup, and then she's walking up to the Hackensack University Medical Center. She says that she went to visit her mom, who is in the hospital, although we do not (mercifully) go inside the hospital. We just see Heidi meet up with her sister, who tells her that Mom is fine and takes Heidi inside. Apparently, Mom's surgery was very successful, and Mom is doing well. We wrap up the moral very quickly, as Heidi tells us that she now has been reminded that the game isn't the most important thing in life, yadda yadda yadda. "My family comes above anything," she reassures us. "You have to prioritize what's impor-ant." And one of the things that's "impor-ant" to Heidi is dropping the "t" in the middle of that word and replacing it with a full stop. Even though I grew up in the Philadelphia area, I can't really do the accent, but I do recognize that one. Makes me want a cheesesteak. Anyway, Heidi loves her family, and the acoustic guitar strums, "Word."
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B+ | 516 USERS: C+
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