This time, the guys have to carry an effigy of Daisy (ie, a mannequin in a blonde wig) in a relay race through a paint gun course while paint gun sharpshooters spray them with paint balls.The team with the most-intact Daisy doll wins a dream group date with Daisy, natch.
Daisy is super-upset, because she had specifically asked him about the status of his relationship with his ex/not-ex girlfriend at the last elimination and he had lied that he wanted to be there and it was over with his ex, blah blah blah. She makes out with pretty much everyone in the place and it is fairly gross in a hepatitis-outbreak kind of way.Like so many reality dating show contestants before him, he feels that being aggressive is just not . Either drugs or booze or both, I don't know, but she is . Cable Guy, we shall miss your soothing calmness, semi-normal demeanor, and hideous uni-dreadlocked beard.Also, he's pretty sure three weeks on a VH1 tv show is not going to result in true love. Flex, who was a witness to Tool Box's "I'm not into Daisy" drunken escapade, pipes up and tells Daisy what happened.Does he betray his very soul by being more forceful with/pretending to fall madly, deeply in love with a stranger or does he stay true to himself and continue to lay low? I never thought it would be possible, but there is seemingly 10 times the number of make out sessions on "Daisy of Love" than the first three seasons of "Rock of Love" combined. Daisy gets all flustered and freaked out and demands to know if Tool Box is there for her or not and he hems and haws and she sends him home and then goes off in a huff. He actually says "THIS IS NOT A GAME." Except, of course, it a game. In her room, alone and sad, Daisy cries, before passing out in heap of blonde hair and sillicone.)After watching last night's "Daisy of Love," and seeing the report that Daisy de la Hoya was rushed to the hospital for "exhaustion," I'm a bit worried.It is very disconcerting to see the host of a reality show in the midst of a crisis, but that seems to be wassa goin' on with Miss Daisy.
But before we get to that drama, let's review the myriad dramas from this episode, shall we?
First up, the challenge is one of those patented VH1 dating show obstacle courses.
(Although she could make out with 50 guys 10 minutes and it would still be leaps and bounds less disgusting than the tamest make out.)At one point Daisy gets all in a snit because Fox is ignoring her: Tool Box seems only to care about shrieking "BROMANCE" at all the other guys and rubbing up against their upper thighs.
Later, at, Tool Box reveals that he's not "feeling" Daisy at all, because he's too busy feeling the pants of his fellows. She can barely talk in complete sentences, and it's not like she was the most articulate person to begin with.
The next day, the romantic dream date turns out to be mutual body painting by the pool (! Daisy drops her black satin robe to reveal a bikini and a surprisingly tattoo-free midsection. They all make out with Daisy after some half-hearted body painting, but Chi Chi doesn't even bother with the paints and practically attacks Daisy, to the point that even she is a tad freaked out by his aggressiveness. Her eyes are unfocused and she rushes through the elimination really quickly.
In the mean time, Cable Guy, who has been warned by that he needs to interact more with Daisy if he wants to stay in the competition, is having an existential crisis. It gets down to Cable Guy and Tool Box, and of course Tool Box gets to stay because even though Tool Box is a complete and total Tool, the only crime Daisy cannot forgive is dullness, and Cable Guy is pretty dull.