Daisy of Love: When Cages Attack!Posted by KAT in Daisy of Love
May 26th, 2009, 12:38 PM
Welcome back from the long weekend, everybody!
And what better way to dive back into the work week than to discuss Sunday’s Daisy of Love? Let’s do this!
This episode followed the dudes as they directed a photo shoot to photograph the cover of Daisy’s single “Pretty Messed Up.” The fellas were broken into two teams and given specific roles: art director, photographer, make-up/hair, model.
Daisy of Album Cover! Here are the images the two teams came up with:
Not half bad!
It was close, but the punky/pinky shot won out in the end. Fox was named team MVP regardless of being totally worthless, basically because he smooched it up with Daisy during the shoot and batted his eyelashes while he applied her make-up and trashy hair extensions. He got to go on a solo date with our gal Daise, wherein he basically said a bunch of stupid, stupid shizz, like how he wants someone who will go out when he says he’s going out and how that makes him say, “Wow.” You can’t make this stuff up, folks. Put a lid on it, Fox.
Back at the homestead, Sinister was obviously all butthurt about not winning the MVP solo date for the rest of the ep on account of he came up with the shoot’s concept and look and basically directed the whole thing and everybody involved. Apparently, Sinister thinks these competitions are based on merit rather than on being hot and flirty, which has been his Achilles’ heel since day one. Dude might not be the dullest crayon in the box, but he certainly isn’t the sexiest, either.
It’s called Daisy of Love, not Daisy of Talent, loser.
But the show’s biggest stinker (besides a totally awesome skunk who snuck into the house and sprayed it up with stank, prompting 12 Pack to dump a bottle of tomato juice on his chiseled abs!) was Cage, who went totally apeshizz or, as our friend Fox put it, was “furiated” throughout the entire episode. Homeboy burns Flex, attacks 6 Gauge, then hops back on Flex for a beatdown. Not even sure exactly what he was so pissed about, to be honest; it was just one big flurry of fury.
Mamma mia! Daisy of Anger Management Issues!
Cue testimonials from Cage ’bout how he had it so rough growing up that all he knows is fightin’. Blah blah blah. He spends the end of the episode weeping it up (seriously, guy shoulda gotten one of those single-tear face tattoos rather than the weird tribal shizz he came up with) and H2Hing with Daisy about how he doesn’t think he can stay in the house without hurting someone. In the end, Daisy and Cage decide he should leave, and thus, no one is sent home that night.
ANOTHER night of voluntary eliminations? Why, I never! I think it’s safe to say Daisy’s feeling pretty crappy about herself, as no one can get it together for long enough to try to win her love. She leaves the room crying. AGAIN.
IMHO, all this voluntary bouncing is sort of fun. Adds some twists and turns, speeds up the show… and besides, you expect us to believe all these dudes would be into Daisy after seeing that pucker up close? Love the honesty, fellas!
Oh, and in case you were interested, following the departure of my boy London (boo!), I’m throwing my support behind a new candidate. He’s not entirely dumb as bricks, and he’s handsomer than the others… he’s Flex!:
Daisy of Eyeliner, it’s Flex FTW!
Step it up, dude!