Landon gives Shavonda a ride on his shoulders as they walk home. Shavonda asks if she went really far down on the banana. Landon responds, "You went to the whipped cream and I was proud of you for that." Hee! He sounds so serious. Landon admits that it turned him on a little bit. Shavonda interviews that Landon told her that he has a crush on her, and that she thinks she might reciprocate it. We don't actually hear Landon say those words, but I think it's true.
MJ drunk-dials Ashley, his ex-girlfriend and tells her how beautiful she is. He slurs that someone in the house keeps throwing herself at him, and that it's Sarah. Ashley asks what MJ does about that. Sarah tries to listen in from her bedroom. MJ whispers to Ashley that he loves her. Then he yells, "No, I didn't mean it! I didn't mean it! I'm drunk." She doesn't seem too upset about it as she tells him that he's mean. MJ says he doesn't, but he does, but he doesn't. That is the definition of mixed messages. MJ interviews that his feelings for Ashley go deeper than he would like to admit, and that she's always in the back of his mind. Sarah interviews that she and MJ are friends, so Ashley might view their hookups as something more than physical. Sarah adds that when MJ is drunk, he has told her to watch out for him "in a sexual way." Sarah giggles that she loves to be naughty, because it gets her riled up. MJ crawls into bed with Sarah and pulls the covers over them. I think we can all imagine what happens next, much as we may not want to.
And now it's time for the Most Awesome Thing I Saw on TV Last Week. The most awesome thing I saw on TV last week was an episode of Clean House, which is the Style Network equivalent of TLC's "clear out the clutter show" Clean Sweep. First of all, Clean House is awesome because it's hosted by Niecy Nash, who rules. And they go in and help some homeowners clear out their house and set up a garage sale. The reason this show is better than Clean Sweep (besides Niecy) is because the homeowners can only use the proceeds of their garage sale to pay for improvements to their home by an organizer and designer, so there's a built-in incentive.