fishcakes September 19, 2020 Share September 19, 2020 I really don't know what else Johnny is supposed to tell Cely. Except for the kiss after the Raunch challenge, he told her everything else he did with Mercades. The fact that some twitter rando said he only told her "half" came up in last night's challenge just to stir up trouble and it did. I can see why Cely might think the guys were lying to her to cover up for Johnny, but it seems like Laurel, who was also there, didn't have anything more to say about it either. And Noah is a fucking unreliable witness; he wasn't there, he wants to stay in the Villa so it's to his benefit to get Johnny out, and his little story about Johnny pulled the covers over their heads and there were all these hands moving and grinding is not only not what we saw, it also came after Johnny said to the group of guys that he shouldn't have pulled the cover up because then people could imagine anything happening. Porny ugly Leo is a calculating little creep. I don't give Johnny a complete pass for what he did, but to be real, he and Cely aren't married or engaged or ... anything really. They are on a game show, the express purpose of which is to fool around with different people with the goals of, in order of importance: 15 minutes of fame, cash prize, find someone you like enough to maybe date for a few months after filming ends. I can understand why Cely is hurt, but they had already talked it out and decided to put it in the past. TPTB are only stirring that pot again because Mackenzie is gone and they need some drama. Any hurt she's feeling now is because she's being told he lied to her when he really didn't. Yes, he tried to minimize his own responsibility but she called him on it and he owned up to his part in it. This whole thing should have been over days ago. Not to pick on Cely, but this was bugging me a couple of nights ago, when she kept grabbing the fruit plates after the brunch dates and calling them "charcuterie." Unless something on that plate had parents, it's not charcuterie. It's just a plate of leftover fruit. Justine is a sweetheart. I totally get why everyone there loves her. She's such a good friend to everyone. (Rachel: "AHEM.") Almost everyone. Narrator's best line: "The historical Noah was also interested in pairs." 2 2 Link to comment
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