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Booty Call!

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Booty Call!

Cut to a little replay of the argument Kevin and Becky had the previous episode.

Back to the spa, where Becky says that she and Kevin are basically coming from the same place, but they just express it differently, and that Kevin flipped out when Becky asked him what the point of his little diatribe was, and that he had no right to call her what he did.

Cut back to Kevin calling Becky a racist.

Back to the spa. Becky says she's going to be civil to Kevin when they get back, but that she has no desire to hold conversations with him, especially if it ends up with him telling her that she's a slut and her mother's a whore and all that dumb junk.

Back to Gotham. Andre's staring mournfully out the loft window. It's either Andre or Jennifer Beals circa Flashdance wearing the infamous Adrian Lyne loose perm. Shots of Andre angrily whanging balls across the pool table, smoking, looking disaffected or just generally pissed off are intercut with shots of the girls having a really good time waterskiing, lounging, drinking, cutting it up on the beach. Ouch! That really does smart.

Back to Jamaica. Some shots of Julie lounging on a boat and random people cliff-diving. In an interview, Julie says that she doesn't imagine what a group of girls acts like or does when they go out looking for a guy.

Heather: Well, the nicest guy, the one on the boat [camera cuts to Heather, looking very cute with some chunky braids, talking to some Billy Dee Williams-esque smoothie on the boat] said that he hadn't worked since January. And he said it like the most normal thing, like, oh it's Tuesday, and I haven't worked since January. I could not believe he said that. And he didn't care!

So after two hours of conversation he was cut off. Heather snorts.

Heather, Julie, and Becky are sitting on lounge chairs. Julie asks why guys are so horny, and supposes that it's because they produce so much sperm. Becky says it's because everything they have is outside and visible, so every time they put their pants on and every move they make reminds them of sex. Becky wants to know how men can walk around and not laugh at themselves for having these absurd things in their pants. Part of me found this conversation sweet and endearing; the other part wanted to roll my eyes until they rattled like marbles in my skull. What are these girls, in the fourth grade? To quote Cameron Crowe's immortal script for Singles, "People need people, Steve. It has nothing to do with sex. Okay, maybe forty percent. Sixty percent. Forget it."

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