Jennifer goes next, and she's still puzzling over who might have called her a nag. She claims to be nervous, and then claims that "they switched [her] to the nagging category." Unless that was some skillful editing, she actually suggested the change. Jennifer thinks her "best friend Amy" is the one who said it. Anderson calls out, but no one answers and Jennifer walks out alone. As soon as she gets outside with the others, she starts laying the blame, saying that everyone else switched her. I hate Jennifer. I don't know if I've said that this week. I feel bad that she didn't get to see her "best friend," but even if everyone else strong-armed her into switching (which they didn't), she's still annoying. Jennifer cries.
Jim is up next. Anderson reminds him that he claimed the "bad fashion sense" statement. Jim thinks that Joe, his ex-boyfriend, is the one who said it. Cut to Jennifer explaining to Steve and his wife that even though everyone thought Kate was a nag, Jennifer agreed to switch. Oh, whatever. Back inside, Jim claims that he's the "fashion failure" and Joe tries to help him out. Anderson calls out, and after a huge delay, Joe walks out. Jim gives him a big hug. Anderson laughs at the fact that they claim to have different fashion sense, and yet they are dressed identically in black T-shirts and jeans. Outside, Jim introduces Joe to everyone.
Kathryn goes next. Anderson reminds her that her statement claimed the most romantic thing she has done is agree to marry the person making the statement, and Kathryn thinks Brad said it. Anderson calls out to Brad, who shows up. They don't look that excited to see one another, especially compared to Charlie with his wife, or Steven with his. I'm just saying. I mean, maybe they're just not demonstrative, but it's not like Charlie made out with his wife and yet the love he feels for her totally came across. They don't even kiss. Anderson prolongs the discomfort by asking them a couple of stupid questions before they join the others. Jennifer is still crying. Kathryn tells Brad why she's crying, and then goes over to comfort her. Jennifer tells Kathryn to enjoy her time with Brad, and starts in again on how everyone forced her to change her answer, which never happened. She can say it all she wants, but it doesn't make it true. Kathryn hugs Jennifer while she claims that she's "tough on the outside, but marshmallow on the inside." Mmm, marshmallow on the inside. Suddenly, I'm craving a candy bar.