Steven tells Trishelle that he's lived in five different states and been to twenty-four schools. He just made that up. I can believe the states thing, but twenty-four schools? Come on. Trishelle guesses that he's probably never had a girlfriend before. Steven admits that he's had a few, and that he's actually married right now. At first, I was surprised that Trishelle wasn't more shocked, but then I realized that in Cutoff, most people probably have a couple of ex-spouses by the age of thirty, so it's no big deal to her. Steven says that he was supposed to be divorced last month, but doesn't supply why it didn't happen, and adds that he got married at the Paris Hotel in Vegas. Trishelle asks if he was drunk when they got married. Heh. Steven says that he and his wife planned the whole thing out and even invited friends and family along. In an interview, Steven says that his wife's name is Christy. Steven tells Trishelle that one day he came home from school and found a note from his wife. Trishelle laughs because Steven got a Dear John letter. Yeah, that's hilarious! His marriage broke up! Ha ha ha! Ha? Steven points out where he got married. Steven and Trishelle decide to stick their heads out of the sunroof to see the sights of Vegas.
Arissa gets into a limo bus and meets up with Frank. She asks where he's from, and he tells her that he's from Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. Frank explains that it's "no place big at all," and that Vegas is quite a change for him. Arissa looks uncomfortable as she twirls her hair. I think Frank is creepy. He's got dead eyes, like a shark, and he stares a minute too long. He's also very bony. His face is all right angles. In an interview, Frank says that the only things in his town are "cows, Amish people, and lots of people just like [him]." That sounds pretty cool, except for the last part. Imagine a town full of creepy Franks. That's so Village of the Damned. Arissa says that she's from Boston, which is "not anything big." Boston? Isn't big? Hello? Frank shares my incredulity, and explains that there are only six stoplights in his town. He lists them off. Six? Dude, my hometown has zero stoplights. There's a big monument in the middle of town that confuses visitors to no end, but not one stoplight. I think there's a flashing yellow in the next town over, but that's as good as it gets. I'm not even sure there's a four-way stop. Arissa can't believe it. About Frank's town, not mine.
Arissa asks Frank if he's a Mormon. He says he's not, and she laughs. Frank tells her that it was a good question, because there are tons of Mormons and Amish people near his town. Frank says that when he's in traffic, the other cars are actually horses and buggies. Arissa is shocked. In an interview, Arissa says, "Okay, Jebediah." Amish jokes are always funny to me, so Arissa gets a point right there. Arissa thinks that Frank has "a great sense of humor and he's really funny." Arissa asks Frank if there are any strip clubs in his town. Frank says that there are, and he thinks the women are beautiful, but he's not into watching women take off their clothes, because it seems trashy. Arissa deadpans that she's a stripper. Frank starts apologizing all over the place, until Arissa admits that she was kidding. In an interview, Frank says that he's enjoying talking to Arissa because they joke around and Arissa makes fun of him. Frank looks out the window and wonders if one of the roommates is going to turn out to be a heavy gambler. Wouldn't it be ironic if one of the roommates had a gambling problem or something? Arissa says that she'll be in a casino drunk and upset that she has no money. Frank jokes that she'll ask him for money. Arissa says that she'll flirt with rich, old guys to get their money. Frank has this annoying habit, when he gets caught misunderstanding something, of saying, "I know!" When really he didn't know. I realize that is something that probably only bothers me, but I had to mention it.