So, wow, Steve decided to have the girls put together a personals ad, then complained when Danielle was photographed from two different angles, same pose. Too much booty? Are you kidding? Tiffany, on the other hand, was out of pocket, trying to say that you're not supposed to mention children in a personals ad. That's odd, because I am currently subscribed to one, and many ads have mentions of children, and whether they live with you or with an ex-spouse.
The intervention with Miss Gold Digger was a little dumb. I thought that her mom was abusive or neglectful, but "why are there diamonds all the way around?" THIS is what keeps her up at night? I sort of/kind of understood the comments her mom allegedly made about if the guy wasn't making a lot of money, but if a comment about a ring from an old boyfriend bothered her that much, sheesh, the meltdown from the next episode makes a lot more sense.
I'm still not sure what's up with him picking on The Virgin Melissa for how she handled the "planted" items in the guy's apartment. She didn't say anything, so what gives? And can I just say that I wasn't surprised that the girls mostly said nothing, but went for the phones and laptops? Also, whose idea was it to leave high heels, purses, and lipstick-stained glasses in the apartments? I must be the most suspicious person on Earth, because I wouldn't have been nice about it, especially WHERE those items were found. Lipstick-stained glasses in the cabinet? Hooker heels under a chair or couch? No. It almost sounds like Steve is giving cheaters brand-new excuses: "That glass?....girl, that's your lipstick! Ain't that your shoe under the couch?"
I'm torn about Donna being on the hot seat. On one hand, I realize Donna humiliated the guy by complaining about him on national TV. However, it was back in the house, and under normal circumstances, girls gossip about their dates once they're home, or with their friends. Shaming her for saying she wasn't interested in him enough to get into how big his penis was wouldn't have been that big a deal under normal circumstances. It was a blind date, and it wasn't a good match. I hate to admit this, but this is where I agree with Patti Stanger: the penis---or in this case, the vagina---does the picking. Belittling her and telling her she has to work at it, and "what do you have to offer that makes it worth all this bullshit?" makes no sense. She wasn't into the guy, end of story. (Personally, I think the "confession" about the guy maybe being the kind she needed was just to get Steve off her ass.)
One last thing: why was Steve more pissed about Donna complaining about her date than the girls who snooped into phones or laptops? Not liking the way a guy looks is an opinion; looking into someone else's data is a violation of their privacy.
Edited by AtlanticVamp, Apr 23, 2012 @ 3:14 AM.