You should have read the small print.
This weeks MVP
Because a peek behind the curtain will expose the magician as charlatan.
Morning and 12p is gleeful that 9 boys are left. He’s full of confidence. He ribs
Best friends Sinister and Chi Chi are irritable with each other. That’s what a girl can do – show you who your friends are.
Challenge time. As with all the object is to win a date with Daisy. As with last week it’s a variation of a Rock of Love challenge.
They have to cover nursery rhymes.
Does 6 Gauge think it’s an iron man contest?
Sinister shuns Chi Chi. It’s strategic. It’s spiteful.
Rehearsals over they head into The Knitting Factory.
There is however a budgetary logic to this; nursery rhymes are public domain.
“I feel like I’m in a transsexual biker
bar with all the make up and crap
these guys are wearing.”
You aint seen nothing yet.
So much for your strategy Sinister.
Let the dating begin.
The conversation strolls into a stuttering
Especially as Daisy doesn’t appear to be interested. She’s more interested in looking like a somebody.
“I personally had the Gibson showroom
shut down for you guys.”
Daisy Daisy. You couldn’t shut down your flaps.
A musician without an instrument is like a stripper in a sleeping bag.
Emotional honesty coupled with emotional intelligence has no place on television.
Daisy has noticed the cooling between Chi Chi and Sinister. She doesn’t want to come between two friends. Just by waking up in the morning a woman can come between father and son. Leave them to it Daisy. They’ll learn.
These lads are not antagonistic toward each other au contraire they’re complimentary. They seem like genuinely decent guys. Daisy chooses Cage for 1on1 time causing
That’s more like it.
Alone with Daisy Cage bares his past. It’s tragic. Social Services tackle. Yet despite the abject horror of his childhood emerged a champion athlete.
Confiding your life to the woman you love is communion but if she doesn’t love you its kamikaze.
She’ll throw it in your face.
Dates over and it’s time to head back to the mansion.
He’s not joking.
It’s like a Mexican soap opera.
Morning and 12p is full of confidence. He ribs Flex about his face. Daisy gathers them all together. Since Team Chip & Daisy wore make up at the challenge she sends them off with the Rat for a professional make over.
Inside the mansion Daisy wants to play Truth or Dare.
“I’ve never played Truth or Dare
with 6 other guys.”
Thankfully it ends in tears and not a punch up.
Daisy is a blithering idiot.
Bloggers and Bloggites. I have cracked the whore code. Daisy de la Hoya is American for Jodie Marsh.
In Flavor of Love Big Rick was a big hit. So Flav cut his lines in season 2 and 3. Brett learnt from this. Big John never had any lines. I Love New York was different. Sister Patterson was second billing – a genuine co-star.
The Rat has an advantage over all three prior sidekicks. He’s in the business. He’s been in the business for over 20 years. Yet while Sister Patterson flourished by bringing an added element to
He doesn’t want to see Daisy hurt.
A man devoid of charisma character and credibility.
Daisy seeks out
“I didn’t win the challenge that was a music
challenge. Daisy’s favouring a guy who wants
to leave and I’m starting to have a little
problem with Chi Chi. But…”
“You never want to see a guy that big
with nipple rings wearing a shirt like
that. I was scared for my life.”
Cage gets the first chain. It’s a sympathy vote buddy. Flex is beginning to realise 12p is a contender and Sinister is ever more jealous of Chi Chi.
She said she was going to offer
He refuses it.
That’s four men now who have walked out since episode 2. In two seasons not a single man walked out on
No one can pull my postings.
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