“Bad Girls Club” visits GirlBar


Later on, Amber confesses to Kate that the conversation in the salon was “torturous.” She continues, “They were talking about picking up girls at a lesbian bar.” Well what do you think people pick up at a lesbian bar? Snow globes?

Amber then enlightens us with her theory of bisexuality: “You like men and women because you can’t get either so you pick all. And then you get nothing. To be that confused must suck internally.” Why isn’t this show on PBS? I’ve learned so much already!

(Cut to an interlude of one of the housemates running around naked with an inflatable pig, which came complete with an orifice intended to be used for sexual gratification.)

Back to the Flo and Amber show. Flo tells Kate that she wants to talk to Amber to assess her level of discomfort. Kate tells Flo that Amber thinks she is “confused.”

All right kids. Listen carefully now. Flo actually says something of use, and it’s coming up in 3… 2… 1…

“I like men and women. I’m not confused.”

All right. Bisexuality properly defined. Moment of clarity over. Back to your regularly scheduled program.

Flo talks directly to Amber and informs her that bisexuals are people who are attracted to both men and women. Yet, Amber still does not understand bisexuality.

No comprendo.

In this house of lab rats, Amber is the one who keeps running on the hamster wheel, hoping to get off at the next stop.

The housemates attend a photoshoot in which a former cast member, Portia, takes part. Portia was ejected from the house for attacking Natalie in an earlier episode. Flo and Portia chat briefly outside of the building. Says Flo to Portia, “I promised when I come here, I’m not going to hit nobody.”

Remember that statement, folks! We’ll see if Flo can keep that promise.

At the end of the photoshoot Kendra showers the event with overwhelmingly positive reviews. “Natalie didn’t kill Portia. No weaves were ripped out. That is definitely a success,” she says. Brava! Brava!

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