Over in Montana and Elka's room, Montana lies in bed and gushes to Elka, "I prayed tonight." Oh, God. Elka asked her what she prayed about, and Montana admits, "I prayed that I would lose interest in Matt." If she really wants to gain some knowledge about how to lose interest in this relationship quickly, she should probably just ask Matt. Fake TV Boyfriend seems to be an expert on matters of non-love such as this one. Elka shoots down anyone's attempt to pray as nobly as she can, telling her that she thinks Montana's prayer is "a Santa Claus prayer." Eh? "When you want something and you haven't done a darn thing, dang it, to get it." Oh, burn. I mean, I don't trust the slightest bit in Montana's claim to have seen the light and converted or anything, but I'm sure Montana would have worded her claim for salvation a little more carefully had she known that someone in the house was actually personally acquainted with God. Which Elka, from her previous comment about His intents and motives, is. Montana claims that she has been "trying to do it." Cut to a close-up on Montana's Virgin Mary nightlight, which is a helpful reminder that this scene is imbued with religious symbolism. Which I guess I didn't know before that.
Episode Report CardDjb: B | 324 USERS: C+
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