Emily and Kobe embark on a ham-handed journey to the heart of- Guess in order to see the tornado-alley tourist attractions that have not been blown away.
Emily sings “Rock City here we come!”, as they approach the tomb of sandstone stones. Kobe searches for the Motown walk.
Emily and Kobe
Kobe, who has never felt more alone, said “I thought she meant Detroit by Rock City.” Kobe is grateful to have left the house. It’s a prison, where he is forced to listen to economic advice from a person who has not looked for work in 30 years and signed for his arrival.
“Legally incapable of working? Emily’s father isn’t going to check this out. Emily points out to Kobe a sandstone ring that is worn to remind you of the weight on your lower back.
Kobe squeezes his face into the rock. Emily is shocked. This photo would be perfect for Unsolved Mysteries! Emily rushes to her sister’s house, where she meets with her mother and grandmother so that they can try on dresses and decide #2 is the winner.
The salesperson knows Emily is a bulldozer. All she has to do now is add increasingly expensive accessories and remain out of Emily’s way until her credit card clears.
Emily must consult with her titty committee to determine if the first dress is up to the task. Emily decides that the second dress would be great with a Whitney Houston perm. This one is great because I can remove one boob from the ear at a time. Options!”
Emily’s dress costs $975. It sounds like a great deal to someone who doesn’t have the money. Thankfully, no one else is willing to pay. Mom can’t get past her “well” when she suggests Emily might want more time to get to know Kobe before their wedding. This reminds Emily about her ring.
Emily says, “Now I can marry me!” Emily’s sister asks for a DNA test. “Did he really buy his own ring?” Emily says. “What if he bought a second ring? What will you do if the other one is bought?
Jibri and Miona
Jibri wants you to know where he is by his head accessory. This giddyup-yeehaw chinstrap hat indicates South Dakota, a place where a clown rodeo can be a therapist.
He is upset that he spent his time in Chicago talking behind Miona’s back when he should have been talking to Miona in a recording studio. Jibri is worried that “she’s in the way” when she’s absent.
Mahala and David are also thinking about ways to avoid empathizing, so they invite Jibri for a secret coffee meeting.
Jibri throws Miona in the dirt at Go and invites other buses to queue behind it. We’re having a beach ceremony. “She’s always wanted that one thing since she was a little girl.”
Mahala is empathic, but never controlling. “YOU JUST DO NOT SEEM HAPPY!” Jibri shook his head. “I would not be getting married now unless I was already married.”
David is comfortable that Jibri doesn’t care about Miona, but this wedding nonsense catches him off guard. Camera 1 thinks about walking. “Really? What the fuck’s the show called, David?”
David’s organizational skills have never caused him any inconvenience. Jibri is surprised. Yara is always ready to say “You’re stupid” when she needs her. Mahala’s child was taught to be selfish by Mahala. Thinking of others is not healthy for a relationship.
Jibri picks Miona up and takes her to the park for a talk. She’s confused about his behavior lately, as it seems that he’s been meeting with people who are not in their relationship, to create problems, which she is then expected to explain. Jibri believes this to be true but also values advice that helps him avoid events he does not want to attend.
Miona tells Jibri his parents have called shit flowers since day one. Jibri suddenly has amnesia. Your parents are always in your head as if you were fifteen. Miona tells Jibri “You’re almost 30” and no one will believe that she applied for K1 twice.
Jibri reported for cliche: “The way things are going, I will marry the music and art.” “Oh! Emily says, “You can purchase your own ring!”
Miona is not going to accept it. “Art is dating other people.” Music changed her number when you asked to marry her last time, saying that she would only come to Rapid City if she was wearing pink boots to die.
Patrick and Thais
Patrick’s history of lying prevents him from admitting that his wallet is so thin that he has to be uncomfortable. Instead, he criticizes Thais who “waste” money on decorating.
Patrick needs to see a therapist. Mahala, put your hand down. The paint store is a sad place and an excellent therapist.
Patrick, the shopkeeper, says that this is more of a window-shopping adventure than a shopping trip. He wants to see what she likes and get an idea without letting her choose. Patrick has been told before, “I will pick something similar later and pretend that it is a gift.”
It’s easy to decorate on a tight budget with the help of Sherwin-Williams, Etsy, and a street fair. Patrick’s “We’re going for total dismissal” is the reason we need art in school.
A salesperson sees Thais being shut down repeatedly and asks if they would like directions to Target. Patrick claims he won’t be able to declare it impossible if he doesn’t go somewhere affordable.
(Hi, Kara) The salesperson then suggests a fluffy cushion in Patrick’s Gandalf the Grey colors. Our hero suggests the vase that they have in stock to help people like Patrick.
The salesperson is just trying to see if it works. The paint store rubs its eyes. “Did anyone say my name?” Thais meets the guy Patrick has saved for special occasions. She spent my entire money on nothing important.
Thais says to Patrick that she is angry because she does not understand what they did. It seems as if he wants control of everything without her input.
She wants to know about their finances. This is important because you are financially dependent on the person you’re going to marry. Patrick is not convinced. His Olympic ban and his history of cheating are enough to make him believe that they’re in good hands.
Patrick won’t listen to his words: “I make the money for us both, so I will have more say in the way it is spent.” Thais is given a credit and cash card and told to buy a picture. Thais says she’s done with the conversation and that her father was correct when he said American women think they can be bought by Brazilian men.
Patrick tells Thais to take his card and she says he is missing the point. She does not want to remain in the dark. She wants him to tell her the truth and to understand that they are partners. Patrick then watches TV.
Shaeeda and Bilal
Bilal tells us that they are in ATL. This is the place where “the players live” and Bilal explains his Missouri zipcode. Shaeeda and Bilal are visiting his sister Nefertari who takes her to a bridal shop.
Shaeeda is happy with the body-shaping dress draped so that it accommodates her hijab. She could even model this for a living. Shaeeda tells Nefertari how her relationship is going. “We thought that the joke about poverty was funny, honey.” Nefertari has lost her way.
“I’m very desperate for a confidant,” Shaeeda pleads. Tell me that you have noticed how your brother measures my value by using a point system.
Shaeeda could have been more sensitive when she said, “I didn’t know you were blind.” Shaeeda continues to say that she does not want to continue with Bilal if he does not want any more children.
Nefertari Bilals: “She could simply stop her biological clock until she reaches the end of her fertile age.” “I don’t know what to think. “She’s already been engaged twice, is Bilal going to be her third engagement?”
Bilal, a twice-divorced from the Kingdom of Divorced, calls to say “She should have been on her third wedding instead.”
Bilal uses romantic dates to remind Shaeeda that he is dangerous. He’s eager to take her for a ride on the glass-bottomed Ferris wheel to scare her into signing a contract.
“Glass? Shaeeda knows that bullshit is coming. “Hey! Brainstorm! Bilal is on task. “Here’s something to calm your fear of heights,” he says. Marriage is a business. Shaeeda says “Great! You can create an LLC to protect me when I dissolve my company.
Bilal tells Shaeeda that she shouldn’t be surprised that he doesn’t listen to her anymore. She accuses him of creating a scene in order to put pressure on her and make her motion sick so that she cannot read the document that he held up from his phone. Bilal claims that he did not mean to bring up the subject, but that she looked so terrified and that made him turn on.
The next item on Shaeeda’s romantic transportation list is to take a carriage. Once the horses begin galloping, Shaeeda gets her stomach back and asks to read the prenup.
Bilal is selling this house today. “_I was about to serenade_.” Shaeeda reads the letter and says that it does not mention anything about her or their future children in case things go wrong, as it is all about protecting him.
Bilal is confused and asks her what “our” means. She insists that she means the children she and he have agreed to. Bilal is confused by this, as he does not plan on having any more children. However, she should be able to trust him.
Bilal’s score on self-awareness is lint, a gum wrapper, and nothing else. This guy is not liked by the editors. Shaeeda cannot do it. “If pressed, I will define alternative as meaning opposite.” Bilal remains on point.
Ari and Biniyam
Ari and Biniyam put together red leather sofas that would make Thais spin, to talk about the kind of decorating one can do with a social media part-time job. Ari explains that the couches were designed for fainting.
Biniyam argues that he has a right to play with MMA women, but Ari feels their relationship is secondary to Biniyam.
Biniyam replies, “I do not understand what you are saying.” “First it’s like my son, then it’s ambition.”Dancey Dancey was next, followed by my sisters, my friends, and then my friends. Ari, I believe, is on the hunt for something that I’ve forgotten.
Ari is clearly upset, turning away her hearing aid from the truth and saying: “Yeah.” Avi imitates his parents with more coherent babbling.
Ari knows that Biniyam will need to do another tap dance in her old costume. Janice, the only nurse on the planet, is present to show concern over the condition of the ambulance, the possibility of a head injury, and whether this might inspire Biniyam to become a doctor.
Janice is impressed by the look. Before you leave, let me take your photo! Biniyam? Did you bring a bouquet? Biniyam in her beautiful Angela cosplay performs an adorable hoppity cotton eye-job while lassoing his entrance with her phone. While spinning and holding up his flag, someone dressed as Angela does the same only it does it a bit differently!
Angela Cosplay surpassed herself. Biniyam is facing 45-year-old Benjamin Merkelstan. He won a gift voucher at an office potluck to train for three Saturdays, then a fun match with a similarly skilled opponent.
Ben is disappointed by their lack of marketing. Ben says, “It was billed as an increase in confidence.” “That guy’s been doing it ever since his last marriage.”
“Come on Ben, you fucking dick! “Get your ass kicked!” John shouts in the stands. Ben will change his tax exemptions so that they reflect his dick brother. Then, both of them can get fucked up to HR mountain.
Benjamin should have realized that the gift certificate was a sham. Bell rings, and Biniyam Power Ranger flies in the air and towards Ben’s head. Ben runs. Biniyam shouts, “Look at me!” “_Oh! Ari is frightened.
“Is anybody afraid for me?” Ben screams and we’re there for you Ben. Biniyam won thirty seconds later and almost backflipped into the ref who told him to get his scumbag entourage together and get out of the cage.
The MMA coach installs an in-ground swimming pool. “I am very confident that Biniyam will be able to pay a deposit for a comprehensive package of training.” “I see all sorts of fees that are incomprehensible.”
Ari hopes that Biniyam will now focus on her and Avi. Biniyam told her that she was right. He said, “I thought that we had already discussed priorities and I believe you were number seven.”
Ari swears to ignore the question. Kara and Guillermo agreed that the surgery had been a success last week, so they can now do whatever they want without each other. Guillermo is busy studying the washer/dryer, while Kara goes to find a man who has a mustache and will tell her she’s bullshit.
Mustache: “I was under the impression that you were going to be working Below Deck.” You were the chief stew and he was to be a deckie. Hannah already existed? Kara explains. “We’re retiring off of this.”
“_I don’t know, there are a lot of white women who have no jobs. Mustache is a professional reader. Emily is able to accept the compliment. “Oh, my God!” Emily says. “And babies? Kara, stop talking. “Shut up and die.”
Kara is not without cards. “But I have Chris bro,” Kara says. Two words: guest vocalist. Next time: Emily has the three rings that rule them all; Leandro is bald and Biniyam has no hair, entitled Millennial Jibri refers to someone else as his name, Thais plans a Vegas wedding, which sounds a lot like Patrick’s plan, Mohammad wants Yve cut his food up into smaller pieces, and he would like her to be a more observant Muslim.