Spencer is on the phone, pitching another one of his million-dollar schemes. This one's about a website for plumbing problems, "but we'll provide all sorts of home services too," he says. Sarah twitches into his well-appointed apartment, where it seems just yesterday she stripped off all her clothes for him while he watched and then dissolved into a snotty mess of tears. I guess we can safely assume she's made a copy of his key. Spencer ends his conversation, saying, "See you at the launch," and then guardedly, "Ah, yes, she will. Yes, she is. [uncomfortable laughter] Yeah, yeah, I certainly am." Sarah gets suspicious and demands to know what he was talking about. Spencer tries to brush it off, but Sarah, like a nag, gets it out of him. Spencer submits, saying, "Yes, Leia will be there. Yes, she looks great in a thong, and yes, I am a lucky guy." Sarah's face purples in rage that she cannot wear a thong on prime-time New Zealand television. This is all a not-so-subtle reminder that there is one supa-fly model in Spencer and Spewitt's love ointment. Sarah whinges to Spencer that he has to break up with Leia that night. "I mean that was the plan, as soon as she comes back into town, right?" Sarah asks. Spencer hedges that it might not be such a good time to break up with Leia, and he explains, "Just before the launch? I mean, if I break up with Leia tonight, that's the story the papers are going to print and all this hard work I have done is going to amount to nothing. But, if I postpone telling her about us, say twenty-four hours or less --" Spencer stops as Sarah crosses her arms and sticks out one pouty lip. Spencer pleads, "Oh, please do not sit there in moral indignation." Sarah asks if she really has a right after all the sneaking around they have already done. "The truth is, I am no longer a member of the good girls club," she states in a martyred tone. Excuse me, but I think the Good Girls Club tore up her membership card when she stripped for Spencer, toyed with Bailey's feelings, slept with Scraggle "as friends," took every female friend she had for granted, and used her dinners to get the attention of every living and breathing male. Spencer makes some crack about how the Good Girls Club is a "really bad club, really. Knee socks, hair bands, big grandma panties." Sarah concedes that one more day won't matter just as long as he breaks up with Leia immediately after the launch of the site. Spencer agrees wholeheartedly.
Time of Your Life
Episode Report CardKeckler: F | 467 USERS: C+
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Time of Your Life