Colin is lying on his bed in his boxers and Annoying wakes him up. He tells her to go away. She asks if he's going to Chili's with them. In a confessional, Colin says, "Take your stuff and move it back to the cave room. Nobody wants you in my room and by nobody, I mean me!" Look, Annoying is clearly not my favorite, but maybe Colin should have stuck to his guns instead of telling her she could move in, when he knew it would be a mistake. Anyway, Annoying jumps on him in the bed and starts swinging her hair in his face and pinching his nostrils closed -- no, I'm not making that up. I am really mean when I first wake up, so I can relate to Colin's grouchiness here. In a confessional, Colin tells us that he tries to be upfront and tell Annoying they are just friends, and that they aren't going to hook up. She keeps trying and he has to be blunt and say, "I don't want you." Then she gets hurt, but she shouldn't put him in that position in the first place. That's pretty true, actually. But he still shouldn't have let her move in. Talk about your mixed messages. Annoying tells us she is a glutton for punishment, and that's why she puts up with it. She has this masochistic streak in her blood and she just has to take abuse. You know, I'm really not feeling sorry for her at this point. Teck comes in and tells her to leave Colin alone.
Wonder Bread and Tetanus Girl are having one of WB's famous lunches to talk about another housemate behind his or her back. In this case, they are discussing Annoying's continued abuse by Colin. Wonder Bread starts out: "She can take constant...ah, constant..." and Tetanus Girl fills in "berating," which isn't really the right word, but it works. Basically, they discuss how Annoying just laughs it off when Colin is mean to her, but then comes and complains about it to them. You didn't think they really cared about her, did you? They are just sick of hearing her whine. Wonder Bread tries to pretend differently, when he says, "I can't have one of my housemates constantly the butt of jokes", to which I say, "Fine, then I'll make jokes about all of them."
Wonder Bread and Tetanus Girl are having a little intervention with Annoying in the kitchen. Wonder Bread tells her that Colin "dishes on her" and then five minutes later, she forgives him. Annoying says she's used to it, and that it's made her a forgiving person, which is dumb. Tetanus Girl says, "You have to be forgiving if you're being dished on." Okay, I was willing to let it slide once, but I have to comment. I have never heard someone using "dished" to mean "made fun of" or "yelled at". Dissed? Sure. I would've even accepted "dishes it out". But "dished on" is not acceptable, and I really wish they would stop saying it.