"Always a Bridesman,
Never a Bride" - November 9
You are cordially invited to a wedding. So are Albert/Alberta,
Michael/Scarlett, and David/Wynonna. Everyone's
thinking, Albert in a wedding dress... Shocking, isn't
wedding is it anyway? That would be Cecilia and Lionel,
who visit the guys at the Doll House. The guys think
that Cecilia & Lionel make a great couple, while Cecilia
thinks that the guys are exactly what her wedding needs
to stand out. This is also Cree's time to stand out, as
he has planned his wedding before. But what happens when
Cecilia notes that "she has quite a few surprises for
The ladies step out to
the bridal shop to help Cecilia out, having no
experience in shopping for a bride-to-be. So while the
bride looks beautiful, the bridesmaids (who do get the
offer from Cecilia) look... well, use your imagination,
folks. But the guys are appreciative for this
After accessories, we
get flowers from the guys, who learn how to make
corsages. Then comes news of the bridal shower... at the
Doll House, which is getting some of the guys angry,
because all of a sudden, are they being made fun of? And
by the guys, I mean Cree, who lives and dies by the
sanctity of marriage. "It's just wrong, and it's (^_^)ing
insulting!" He follows up by calling the rest of the
guys whores for money. Donnell's thoughts are that this
was about Cecilia getting married, and that Cree not
only doesn't deserve to be in the game, he doesn't
deserve to be on this planet. Cree thinks his tirade is
a one-way ticket out of the house.
The guys go all out for
the bachelorette party, where they are not allowed to
use their real names. Enter such novelties as "Ivana
Humpalot", "Anita Mann", and "Nicen Easy". But the
party comes to an end early as Cree and Cecilia talk
about his reservation. Monica (Cree's wife) notes that
as quick as Cree is to flare up, he's also quick to die
down. And that's what happens, as he pledges to be the
best damn bridesmaid he can. Now the party can begin.
After the party, Don,
Mike, and Al start to plot to get rid of Cree, as he has
character flaws that are quick to manifest themselves.
"I want Cree out of this house so bad I can taste it."
Next day, it's Cecilia's
day, as the guys rush to get themselves to the church on
time. They do... and you can understand what it must
feel like to watch a man dressed as a woman walk down
the aisle. The wedding goes off without a hitch.
Congrats to Cecilia & Lionel.... *sniffs* Anyway... the
groomsmen and the brides... men shake their groove
thangs at the reception hall. Add mariachi band, and
Then add Tony, and
immunity challenge ensues. It's all about catching the
bouquet. The one who catches the bouquets win the Dude
Pass. After a football hustle... It's Alberta! Dude,
your boob is showing.
But that would only be
what Wolvie calls "shame". This would be pain.. as
Donnell suffers an injury on the field and arrives back
at the house with a sling on.
When the guys woke up,
they get three little electronic bundles of joy, the
byproduct of Cecilia & Lionel's union. While they're
being cared for, Albert & Michael are at the Dude
Pass... movie stunt driving! As for the rest of the
guys... how did Donnell end up with a white baby?
Well, enough baby talk.
Time for the very grown-up world of... elimination.
Donnell wants Cree out. David feels bad for voting for
Michael, who doesn't feel good after being on the block
twice before. Today, the ladies are modeling wedding
gowns... and I hope to God those aren't Vera Wang.
The two highest vote
getters... are Carmen and ... well, we don't know. There
was a tie between Scarlett and Raven. Alberta must cast
the tie-braeking vote as the holder of the Dude Pass. He
picks Scarlett, and Raven is safe again. Carmen was
challenged with a situation that challenged his
thinking. But he does say that he did overcome it to
become a gamer. Scarlett believes that he owes it to
himself to stay and learn more. If he goes home, he
wants to take what he's learned home to his lady.
Tough call, but the
judges send home... Michael. Well, it had to happen, and
no one's happy about it. "My woman needs me more at home
than I need the $250,000." At least there's that, man.
Debbie couldn't keep fighting for him. Also voting for:
Morgan. Voting against: John.
Next time... pack your
bags; you're going home.