Judd talks to Aaryn, because he’s considering keeping a big target in the game. Judd really does all the talking, which is an unusual situation. Aaryn is playing a terrible social game because she can’t even act like she’s not disgusted with people who don’t meet her standards. And it’s not even a racial thing (necessarily) – she’s having a conversation with Judd, but she so clearly hates him. Man, I can’t stand her.
GinaMarie and Kaitlin talk about their lost loves, and GinaMarie says she’s afraid that Nick will get “wifed up” during the summer. Um. Correct me if I’m wrong, but he never showed the slightest interest in her, right? Like, she was sleeping in his bed and nothing happened. He accepted her attention with an air of resignation. She’s missing the point pretty badly. Aaryn comes in and talks about how stressful it is to be on the block. She demands sympathy for something that hasn’t happened yet! And then they start arguing and it’s really weird. Like, I can’t figure out the inciting incident but suddenly Aaryn and GinaMarie each think the other is a terrible person. And they’re both right!
Time for the Have/Have Not competition, which is promised to be “funky”. They split into three teams and head outside to see the yard’s been turned into a frozen yogurt shop. There are two machines – one has chocolate-vanilla, the other anchovy-habanero. And they have to eat as much as possible. Each team is getting weighed before and after, which is how they determine how much they ate. Two member of each team will pick a machine and eat straight out of the spigot. When the horn sounds, the other two members go up. And everybody has to take a turn with each of the flavors.