The April 22 episode of Beauty and the Geek didn't promise anything as far as I was concerned, but turned out to be one of the best eps so far.
The idea of recapping the season never appeals to me. I figure I've seen everything I wanted to, but I was wrong.
Tommy, the sweater vest boy, apparently "became a man" during the show. I'm not sure with who, though. The idea that it was Amber sickens me, but things got much more risque and personally I just don't want to know.
Everything else was pretty boring. We knew there were conflicts among the geeks and beauties. We knew Amber was shallow. We knew Randi was a big mouthed annoyance who was pushy and needed to get out of the house.
We knew Jonathan was hot under his beard.
But the highlight was Tiffany's return to take Jim, above, for his very own makeover. Oh my goodness. I was blown away. If he and Jonathan had stayed in the house, I promise Tommy would no longer be the guy to flirt with.
The beauties would have been fighting over the two bearded wonders.
There was even a comment that Jim looked like Ryan Gosling, left. Yeah, right, I scoffed.
But sure enough, he looked a lot like him.
Unfortunately, Jim hasn't put any hottie pics up on his myspace page. Some of the other contestants have shared some fun pics, though. If you check the linked names in this post, it will take you straight to the individual's pages.
At least we can see some fun pics of people on the show on there, even if the CW is being extra stingy with the photos.
With everything coming to an end this season, I'm thrilled that the show has proven to be a failure. The drama that could have ensued was thrown over for what the CW thought would be a shot in the arm.
Like many of the choices of this network, it was the wrong choice. They need to leave well enough alone and let writers of shows and creators of shows do what they think is best and tell the network head honchos to sit down, sign the paychecks and keep their collective mouths shut.
Way to destroy the opportunity for a great show, CW. Kudos to you. People are no longer watching because they care. They're watching because, like me, it gives them something to make fun of weekly.