And then there's Elizabeth, talking about her stupid strategy, and pretending that she didn't realize she was playing a game until she was watching it again. "Watching it, it looked pretty stupid," she says.
Then Harrison calls Rozlyn the "10,000-pound elephant in the room." Gia says she was Rozlyn's roommate, and Rozlyn never slept there. Ashleigh says several of them witnessed inappropriate things, including kissing and cuddling, and several of them went to the producers with their concerns.
Jessie says one day she heard something on the stairs, and she saw the producer lying back with Rozlyn on top of him, making out with him. And then Ella says one night they were all "fixing" to go to bed. Love you, Ella. She continues telling her story by saying Rozlyn was on all fours on the couch with her butt up in the air, saying "if you see the producer, tell him I need to be put to bed." There are women gasping in the audience. To be fair to Rozlyn, how high a percentage of the audience do you think are virgins? What's the over/under on that bet? Fifty percent? Higher? And how much is the interpretation of what COULD have been a joke being colored by the fact that Rozlyn got kicked off the show?
"Gia came on the show to fall in love, and by all accounts she did," says Jake. Gia, come on down! She looks awesome, as usual, as she sits next to Harrison. We watch a recap of her run on The Bachelor, including spin the bottle in the vineyard, and Gia talking about her insecurities, and that annoying whispered "Is it OK to fall?" "It's OK to fall," and then they are making out in the hot tub, and then the rose ceremony where Gia gets booted, with Jake making that face where it looks like he's trying to look pained but it just looks like he's taking a big dump.
Gia, next to Harrison, is a little bit broken up watching it, and she talks about how hard it is for her to open up, and by the time she figured out he sent her home. Harrison says it was frustrating for everyone to watch, because it was obvious the chemistry was there. You know what else was there? CAMERAS! Why does this show want to make Gia feel like she's the weird one for not blathering about her personal business for people's entertainment? Especially since she'd been cheated on and was now dating a guy DATING OTHER WOMEN?
Man, for someone who has a hard time opening up, Gia sure is talking a lot. She jokes that for her next boyfriend, she'll just open right up like Michelle did. Michelle laughs, not looking crazy, so that's good. But Gia should probably consider that things didn't exactly work out for Michelle.