This little exchange gives Cohen the perfect jumping off point for a CJ montage. We have comical CJ, cancer CJ, and tall CJ. Casey, in a confessional, says that CJ will probably be the one to walk away with a tee-shirt that says, "Oh, big time!" and then we go into an "Oh, big time!" montage. See, I don't really remember CJ saying it all that much. Maybe once? Twice? But of course there's a reason why Bravo is shoving "Oh, big time!" down our throats. Can you guess it? Yeah, they're trying to make it this year's "I'm not your bitch, bitch" and it's really not working. A post-season montage does not a catchphrase make. Padma babbles on about how she loves CJ's height because it allows her to wear high heels and still crane her neck at him. No, seriously. There's something about craning her neck that Padma loves, and I'm really not getting it. ["I think she was, like, a foot taller than Rushdie, which might explain it." -- Sars] She demos this by craning her neck all sort of contortedly and says, "Because I can still go like this [neck crane, chin lift, hair shake] and for me it's a pleasure I don't get often, so it's nice [neck crane, chin lift, hair shake]." She's so high. CJ growls arousedly at her, and Padma laughs, fanning her neck, begging CJ to come. Come to her neck. Neckland is where all the pleasure is. In Neckland, you can neck and be nekkid. And just when things were getting interestingly bizarre, Cohen brings all the fun to a screeching halt when he reaches around and pulls out a huge white tee-shirt that reads -- you guessed it -- "Oh, big time." But that's not all, ladies and gentlemen! You can BUY that shirt on Bravo's website! That's right: for $22, you can wear the shirt and advertise something you didn't even know was a "thing" before tonight! Because that's…cool? Cohen, still sticking with CJ, has a viewer question about CJ being all excited when Padma woke him up. They want to know what that's all about. What's it all about when a hetero guy is woken up by a supermodel and is excited about it? Really? Are these writer-inners shut-ins? CJ jokes, "Well, that's not how the dream normally goes for me, but the wake-up was fine." Sandee bemoans the fact that she was already gone for that particular challenge. Do we care about the straw poll Cohen takes to find out how many think CJ is going to be fan favorite? Me neither. Except that Padma raised her hand and none of the other judges did.