Stee: The fearless five suck. I wish them all well, but man. And how bad were they at reading cue cards at the top?
Kim: Judd just sucks. I'm surprised he didn't start talking about how living with Pedro changed his life and don't miss his new book on that, in bookstores soon.
Stee: Judd does suck. What ever happened to Dom from L.A.?
Kim: Dom wrote for Film Threat for a while.
Stee: Wow. Bet they paid him handsomely! Film Threat -- Circulation: 2500!
Kim: Then he developed cirrhosis of the liver and died.
Stee: No! Shut up!
Kim: I have no idea what really happened.
Stee: Oh. Phew. We would have about heard that. They would do a whole DOM WEEK on MTV. Tyreese, live from the funeral. Carson Daly kickin' it with the grieving family in Belfast.
Kim: No doubt.
Stee: I want a copy of Kaia's poem "Blue," from the last show at the Hawaii store. That shit was touching!
Kim: Don't even joke, because it's in the RW Hawaii book, including verses not seen on the show.
Stee: "Blue. I love you. My one true. My blue." I wrote better poetry when I was in kindergarten. I wrote a poem when I was six, called "If I Were A Toe," and it is literally a better poem than "Blue."
Kim: I dig the people who never have anything to do with evil Bunim-Murray Productions after their show is over. Except Matt. And Colin.
Stee: I agree. Bunim-Murray is evil.
Kim: And this season, we will catalog all the ways in which they are evil.