Loathe. LOATHE Frankie! I love how she was whining to her father about the guys talking behind her back, and he basically suggests that she should have a calm talk with them when they're sober--cut to her screaming at the roommates when they've come back from drinking. Because a calm, sober discussion just wouldn't be drama enough for Frankie!

The idiot count per house is getting higher and higher each season.

Eve Nun at May 5, 2004 12:33 PM

Um, was that "Real World: San Diego" or a promo for the movie, "Mean Girls?" Girls can be so damn weird sometimes.

Megan at May 6, 2004 09:18 AM

just to play Devil's Advocate here for a second, i can kinda sympathize with Frankie being such a downer on this trip. it's hard to be away from your loved one, but going on a trip that's supposed to be fun often magnifies that separation. everyone around you might think that it's a great way to get away from it all and put your woes behind you for a short time, but it only brings them into sharper relief.

to that end, Frankie achieves the impossible by both sucking and blowing in this episode. i loved me some drama in my day, but her meddling and horrible timing is just beyond measure.

every time Frankie starts in with the crazy i can't help but think about how she would have gotten so much more out of Starting Over.

as for the rest of those fools, was it just me or did it look like Cameran was making out more with the camera than Brad? that was classic Hollywood PG-13 makeout right there. also, anyone else think Randy got so defensive since alcoholism runs in his family?

brigita at May 6, 2004 10:07 AM

Frankie totally hit a nerve with Randy; I bet there is an alcoholic in his family.

I find it hard to feel sympathy for Frankie at this point, but I did notice that there were scenes where she was participating in and enjoying the trip. But what filled me with disgust was when the drunken shit went down with Cammy and Robin, and Frankie got a huge grin on her face. It just explains so much.

freakgirl at May 6, 2004 10:27 AM

the way she first, tried to rationalize/therapize/instruct a drunk Cameran and second, how she said something along the lines "everyone thinks—including me—that you're annoying" made me want to put my foot through the TV, screaming "I STATEMENTS, BITCH!!"

brigita at May 6, 2004 10:40 AM
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