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Paradise Hotel, July 9: Hell in ParadisePage 3
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Later on, the guests are poolside, and Dave gets a full view of Charla and Matt hanging out together. Charla giggles, and tells Matt she had nothing to say at breakfast. Guest Amanda had wanted to know what they did, and she just told her they talked. Matt proceeds to ask her if she wants to take "that" bath tonight. She smiles. He tells her they'll do it after everybody is asleep, and then have their late night talk then. Dave's confessional shows his thoughts on the subject: Matt seemed really cool at first, but then proceeded to take his room, beat him at tennis, and get a massage from Charla. Charla tells Matt she wants a nap, and he replies that later he'll come and cuddle underneath the covers with her. "Under the covers they can't see, they can only assume," is his logic. He then proceeds to stare at guest Amanda on her pool float, and says he thinks he'll jump in the pool because it's hot.
Charla leaves and Matt goes over to talk to guest Amanda. In voiceover, she tells us she just got out of a relationship and her relationships haven't been clear since she was fifteen. This is her chance to date. It’s hard, though, because her ex-boyfriend was wonderful and everything she was looking for in a guy. It's hard for her not compare the guys to her ex. She's either going to meet her real "Mr. Right", or her ex is still going to be it when the show' is over. Oh, Amanda, you won't have to wait that long! The scenes closes with guest Amanda and Matt floating together in the pool.
Later, Matt tells guest Amanda that she wanted a song, so she's going to get one. He plays "The Unfinished Song" for the group on his guitar, and sings the same lyrics he made up for her on selection night. He gets applause, which prompts Beau to write his own song about a cow. "I knew a cow, and it did not go 'meow', that's a cat... so how about that? Moo moo moo moo," he sings. He gets a laugh out of it at any rate. Afterwards, Matt and guest Amanda go back to her room, and climb into the bed. He tells her he wants to take a bubble bath, and the scene flashes back to where he told Charla the same thing. He goes on to tell her he's trying to get as close to her as she can, to which she replies "It's working." He then brings up the commandment about not stealing your neighbor's wife. They start to cuddle and kiss, then Beau walks in. While he brushes his teeth, Matt climbs on top of guest Amanda and starts kissing her, then gets off her and leaves the room before Beau comes back into the bedroom.
However, some relationships never change. Zack and Amy get into another fight, with him telling her she never takes any opportunities to get to know him. He wonders when she's going to ask him about his past. He goes on and says she slept with him, so he hoped she'd want to know more about him. Apparently Zack doesn't want any more surface relationships, he wants people to know who he is. He rants that people shouldn't call him family because nobody knows him. He's going to tell Toni at dinner, and hope it causes a blowout. He claims to have a colorful personality, but admits he's overbearing at times. He goes on to cite another missed opportunity Amy had to get to know him. Zack stalks into the ladies bathroom, and starts telling Kristin and guest Amanda that he's been there a month, but no girl has ever pulled him aside to get to know him. It's time for them to get to know the real him, not the surface him. He proceeds to tell Kristin that while she doesn't cry during evictions because she's not an emotional person, he doesn't cry because of something that happened in his past. He goes on to tell her that he did all of his crying when he was younger, and talks about how his parents had their first major fight when he was thirteen. He then starts doing some sobbing. Apparently he hasn't finished doing all the crying in his life.
Over lunch, a waiter delivers an envelope to Toni. It's another round of Pandora's Box, where each guest gets to write down a question they want answered by another guest, and put it in the box. That evening, the questions are read. The first one is for Dave: if he could send one girl and one guy back home tomorrow, who would it be and why? He says he doesn't want to send anybody home, but if he had to, he'd send Scott and Charla back. His reasoning is that since he's gotten to know them the best, he could hang out with them later, and spend the time to get to know the other guests better. Somehow, I think that's a less than honest answer. Matt's turn to answer a question. What girl does he think is the most trustworthy? He picks Toni, because she's his "den mother." He says he's been watching the show for a while, and she's the one he would trust. Toni has to field the next question, which states that it's obvious that she and guest Amanda don't get along. What's the reason? Toni responds that she thought guest Amanda was acting shady, flirting with Alex to piss off Beau, and questioning her friendship. She says that it's all water under the bridge, but there is still some distrust. Guest Amanda doesn't like that answer. Kristin's is asked what girl she can trust the most, and who she can trust the least, and why? She trusts Toni and Amy the most, but she'd never trust guest Amanda. Kristin doesn't get good vibes from her. Now guest Amanda is looking really unhappy.
The next question is for Beau. He's been acting insecure lately; why has his confidence dropped? He denies he's been insecure, but admits he's been sitting back and analyzing who is faithful to him... and who is not. Actions speak louder than words and he's finding out a lot. The next question indicates that Amy and Zack hook up a lot. How does she really feel about him? She says she thinks Zack is one of the most amazing guys she's ever met in her life. She goes on to reveal their conversation about her not getting to know him, but says she has a lot of feeling towards him. She wants it to happen, but not at the hotel. OK, I think we've just met the Queen of Shallow Relationships. He's good enough to jump into bed with, but she doesn't want to find out the real him. Hey, maybe she won't like him after that! The next card states that Alex keeps complaining about guest Amanda, but they flirt like crazy. Why is this? He admits he's said some bad things about her, and sometimes he dislikes her, but he has a love/hate relationship with her. He always speaks his mind, so when he's mad at her, he lets people know. Guest Amanda does the same thing to him. However, their trust has risen over the past few weeks. The last question of the night is for guest Amanda. "It's been said you don't find Beau attractive, and you don't feel bad that you've put him in a bad spot for this eviction. Why?" She says it's turned into a friendship and not an attraction with him anymore. Now Beau doesn't look happy. In confessional, guest Amanda tells us that she thinks things will get interesting, and some people are going to get hurt. Beau's confessional tells us that guest Amanda is playing dirty, and everything is being confirmed. While guest Amanda admits she's hurt Beau, Beau rants about Alex lying to him about the flirting. He fumes that "the past is haunting them."<--Previous 1 2 3 4 Next-->
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