In an interview, Irulan says that they ended up in Marc's room, and there was a big bed and nowhere else to sit. Irulan wants to watch television, and Marc says that they should watch porn. Okay, this is the point where Irulan should leave if she doesn't want anything to happen. Not that it would be her fault if anything did happen, but the smart girl realizes when the situation starts to take a wrong turn. In an interview, Frank says that he respects Marc, but that he's disappointed that he's trying to hook up with all of the female roommates. Brynn tells Frank that she told Marc he could buy her all the drinks he wants to, but that nothing would ever happen between them. Which is exactly the way to handle it -- nip it in the bud. I can't believe I just complimented Brynn on her good judgment. Has the world gone mad, people? In an interview, Irulan says that Marc turned out the lights, and somehow they ended up under the covers. Was there a bedding-related accident? Jesus, take some responsibility for your actions. Irulan giggles and rubs Marc's face as she tells him to get his hand out of there, because he's going to get her in trouble. Note that she doesn't tell him she doesn't want his hand there. And she's giggling while she says it. In an interview, Irulan says that Marc is a man, and he assumes that because she's in his bed, he's going to get some. Well, he shouldn't assume that, but based on the fact that she laid on top of him in the bar and made suggestive comments, and then watched porn with him under the covers, and then giggled and flirted and never told him she wasn't interested in him, I can see how he might get that idea. Believe me, I'm the last person who would blame the victim, but for that to happen, there needs to be a victim to blame, and Irulan is no victim at this point.
Episode Report CardKim: A- | 276 USERS: C+
YOU GRADE IT