Stee: What about Mazda? Oops. Msaada.
Kim: She's keeping it real.
Stee: Who isn't? I really liked her.
Kim: She was interesting, at least.
Stee: Her boyfriend was creepy. And French. Which is kind of redundant.
Kim: I want to know how she got a French boyfriend.
Stee: Tourists always get lost in L.A. Maybe he wandered down to Watts looking for Jerry Lewis's star on the Walk of Fame.
Kim: I liked when she said she would make fun of ignorant people to their faces.
Stee: Janet loves her some Msaada.
Kim: Janet's greatest praise was saying she would "chill" with someone. She said it like ten times.
Stee: Dude, Janet would chill with Charles Manson if he had a pack of Marlboro Lights.
Finalist lucky number thirteen is Holly M., a twenty-year-old from Meadow Vista, California. She thinks about sex a lot, and people ask her if she's a guy because of her sex obsession. She's a Christian, but she doesn't think having sex is against her religion because she's not hurting anyone by having sex. She's had forty-seven broken bones and over three hundred stitches in her life, and she'll try anything. The interviewer asks her about her father. She says they don't get along, and her father used to say mean things to her mother and her. One time he sent her a football for her birthday, with a card that said, "Too bad you weren't a boy," because if she were a boy, she would have lived with her father and been a better person in her father's eyes. Holly is crying at this point.
Kim: Holly is another blonde and sexy...but tragic.
Stee: Holly continues the Christian Blonde Whore Brigade, all having sex to make up for daddy issues.
Kim: With forty-seven broken bones and three hundred stitches. She's like Frankenstein.
Stee: I hope she gets on just so we can see her have a meltdown on national television.
Kim: She's Road Rules material if anything.
Stee: Shawn was all, "She has sex AND emotions! Wow!" Fuck Shawn.
Kim: Janet Freud was all, "She's compensating."
Stee: Okay, so Holly sucks.
The next finalist is Bill, a 23-year-old from Waynesboro, Virginia. After high school, Bill worked on a ranch in Australia, and during college, he worked in a gold mine in Colorado. Bill has a large scar on his face. The interviewer asks him about things he hasn't experienced, and Bill says he's never been in "true love." His family is not "touchy-feely," and his parents encouraged him to fend for himself. He's cheated on every serious girlfriend he's ever had. He's never had sex on a one-night stand. He's scared to let down his guard, and that's probably why he's never been in love.