An audience member asks Annoying if the whole trip has made her a better, stronger person, like that question wasn't planted. Annoying says she's grown a lot, and that she rated each episode based on whether she would hang out with herself or not that week. Most of the time, she wouldn't. Me neither! Who knew we had so much in common? In an interview, Annoying says she took away a sense of who she is and is still taking time to learn and know who she is. Dave asks her about Colin. Annoying says sarcastically that she never has to talk about that. Annoying needs some lessons in sarcasm because she's just not very good at it. Anyway, we are treated to another endless clip package featuring the "romance" of Colin and Annoying. At one point, Colin says that living with the person he's dating is "overbearing" and we see a clip of Annoying rolling her eyes. After the clips end, Annoying starts to answer, but is interrupted by Teck's mugging on the monitor. She finally says that the last year was a blur for her, and that Colin is not a part of her life, and that she moved on after they all left. In an interview, Teck says that Colin and Annoying's relationship was based on fear, and that they were outsiders in the house (how? In what way?) and so they had to come together. I think Teck read that in a book somewhere because that is so not what happened. Dave says the fans enjoyed watching them, and it was sweet. I don't know what show he watched, but clearly it was not the same one I recapped. Annoying says it was "a lot different than what you saw." Teck makes an obscene gesture on the monitor, and it's blurred out, and everyone laughs. Dave reminds Justin that he wanted to break the couple up, and that he got "all Dangerous Liaisons" for an episode. We see a clip from the India trip, where Justin convinced Colin that Annoying was crazy and not someone he should date. Justin says he echoes Annoying's sentiment about the whole time being blurry, and that he hasn't been in contact with Annoying or Colin since he left, but it's good to see Annoying, Annoying agrees that it's good to see him too. In an interview, Justin says he hasn't given any incidents much thought, but that he would have liked to see Colin because he hasn't since he left the house, and he regrets not talking to him. Annoying tells the audience that the phrase for the night is "moving on." As we go to commercial, we see a clip of the "Matt and Colin Show," from the confessional. It freezes on a really unflattering picture of Wonder Bread and the on-screen text says that they couldn't attend the reunion because Colin is on a new NBC sitcom (MYOB, if you're wondering) and Matt is working on NYPD Blue as a glorified gofer. Well, that was the gist of it.
A woman in the audience asks Teck if he's single. Teck says he is and that if he was there, he would be with that woman. She blows him kisses and he wags his tongue at her. That was such a waste of five minutes. Another audience member asks what happened to Ruthie's girlfriend. That sets up what feels like the five hundredth clip package of the night, where we learn that Ruthie had a girlfriend named Jess, and they loved each other. Ruthie says they broke up in April, so now she's "single and willing." Dave takes this opportunity to ask Ruthie about her "battle with drinking." Ruthie says they didn't show the "really fun parts" like when she went skydiving. Hmm, that didn't answer the question. In an interview, Ruthie says that everyone asks her about alcohol, and they should "give it up" because "it's so old." She feels that just because it was a big issue on the show doesn't mean that it was a big issue in real life, and that there was "something going on," but it was only a fraction of the entire experience. Justin says, in an interview, that it's remarkable how "calmly and smoothly" Ruthie made the transition and dealt with it. Dave asks the rest of the cast if they agree with Ruthie, and Tet Girl says she believes in healing. Tet Girl tells us in an interview that she can't change what happened, so her only choice is to move forward and see things from a "positive perspective." I positively hate that medallion she's wearing. Dave asks about the good things from their season. Annoying says they had a lot of fun and laughed a lot. Tet Girl says the positive thing is having seen herself. She sure talks about herself a lot, doesn't she?