Beth, upstairs, tells Jon that Aaron can't handle being the butt of a joke because it's never happened to him before. Ahem. Aaron appears to be laughing this off. How ought he to handle it, Beth? By grabbing you and kissing you and making sweet, sweet love to you?
Downstairs, Aaron tells the masses that it's now officially his personal mission to make them all pay by digging up shit in their pasts and revealing it to all and sundry in a humiliating manner. Well, that's basically what he says, but he uses less syllables.
Finally, Aaron gets a little mad. Mostly, I think, because he's embarrassed and wants everyone to drop this entire thing. But, naturally, Beth doesn't know when to let the joke die. Of course, all Aaron basically does is insist that he didn't know how to tell them about it, and he's embarrassed, and he wants to stop talking about it. Yeah, what a stunning display of rage. Not.
In an interview, Aaron says that the joke "burned him good." But that he can take it "like a man. Pretty much." Ha! Sorry, Aaron amuses me. Also, he hates Beth and I hate Beth and the enemy of my enemy is my friend.
Aaron takes down all the copies.
That night, in bed, Aaron pecks Dom goodnight (not really), and playfully ribs him about not sticking up for him about the photo. They both laugh as Aaron turns out the light. Yes, that was a shocking display of righteous anger! Shocking, shocking, shocking!
God, this episode just WILL NOT END. Irene still has to get married. But sit tight because we get to watch the preparations! They're fascinating if you live to watch people blow-dry their hair.
We learn that Tim is wearing green Docs with his suit. Yawn.
Irene's family all has the same hair. Snore.
Aaron is standing around his bedroom with his shirt off, all wet from the shower. I'm finding it hard to concentrate. Aaron, for me, is one of those guys who, if I knew him personally, I would loathe, but at the same time, I would really want to jump. It's like the hate that's really love. Or something. Anyway, he, Jon, and Dom are discussing their ensembles for the wedding. No one cares.
Irene is wearing white cowboy boots under her wedding gown. I suddenly feel like I've fallen into an episode of A Wedding Story on The Learning Channel.