John Heffron returns home victorious, and his ever astute observant fellow comics notice that he is not happy, especially after he starts crying into the back of the sofa, having just beaten soundly the only pair of shoulders that would have been there for him, if he'd only acted like a real man. He proclaims himself to be a lone wolf, and alliance free from now on. You go, girl boy!
Later, John is in search for his bottle of water, and Gary tells him he'd better be drinking a lot of water, or he'll get dehydrated from all the crying. John smiles again.
Tammy, by the pool, and what a nice pool they have in the castle, tells us that it's been a nice day without Bonnie. She's not sure if it's nicer just because Bonnie's not there. Hmmm, I think it probably was, since you and she didn't get along. We are treated to a shot of Jay Lo swimming with his long shaggy hair looking all smooth and flowing behind him. It's the best he's ever looked. Just remember that when you read Ep 7's summary, umkay?
Version 2.6.1 features a Ronco commercial, as performed by Todd. Gary is cracking up at it. I find it lame, but to be fair, I wasn't there in the kitchen to enjoy the actual show. I got the NBC edited version. I still wonder why they let Todd around sharp instruments, however, given his ineptitude.
Compare that to version 2.6.2, with Todd complaining to Gary that someone has been using his hair gel, all the while holding a tube of toothpaste. Gary tells him it's toothpaste. Todd rants about people touching his stuff, and he goes on and on yelling, "Don't touch my stuff." and "I want to be alone in the bathroom." Stuff like that. NBC needed to show us more about Todd before his actual demise on the stage later, because that's how it is done. Increased face time = getting trounced out of the house by another comedian. In Todd's case, this was inevitable. BTW, it is also evident that Gary really thinks Todd is funny. Me - not so much.
The next thing up is Yoga class, because the comics are stressed. Monks chant while Tammy enjoys meditating in position, Kathleen whines about having to do this, while Todd snores, and ANT smokes a queen sized cigarette.
The fortune teller card, letting the comics know about their immunity challenge, is retrieved and read by ANT. The card reads "Do you know where Screech lives?" The challenge: Being a tour guide to 13 tourists who just happen to put down good money that day to see a tour of Hollywood. Winner wins immunity, a photo shoot for new head shots, and something else - I think a special show. Our host, Jay Mo, asks everyone to pick up a toy bus at random to decide the order of the competition.
Preview of Jay Lo on his tour guide stint: "Why don't we just listen to the air conditioner?" My prediction? Not a winner.
Going back to version 2.6.2 mode, we get comedy lowlights. This one in particular is very excrutiating - Mother Devine. She had them rolling in the aisles at the convent, and that's where she will stay, thank the Lord for answering the many rosaries said on her behalf.
John Heffron says it's important to win immunity. I guess he doesn't want to get the sofa back wet again.
First up on the tour bus is Corey, who points out a house, asking if they know Chris Rock. The group of 13 gets excited, then Corey says it's Chris' cousin's house. Not many laughs with that one, and it only gets worse when he points out to the guys on the bus that they can find female companionship on the boulevard, making the couples on the bus cringe.
ANT comes on for his turn, and to his credit, doesn't tell them jokes, just gives them lots of Hollywood hoax. He's surprisingly good at this. It's like he's hosting a little party on the bus and he's loving it. He told a Tory Spelling joke about her getting work with her new nose job, after working for her daddy on 90210, and was generally entertaining to listen to. The vote was a total shut out of Corey, 13 - 0.