We're seven episodes in to Rock of Love Bus
and finally the drama and insanity we started the season with has returned! Thank goodness--a dating show filled with this much silicone, strippers, and intentionally over-dramatic scenarios shouldn't be as dull as Rock of Love Bus
has become. Episode 7 finds Bret and his possible Rock's of Love heading south to Alabama and the first ever Rock of Love Bus
Truck Stop Games.
The Truck Stop Games are as epic and ridiculous as you would expect.
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The girls are divided in to 3 teams --The Green Team (Jamie, Mindy, Brittanya), The Blue Team (Beverly, Ashley, Kami) and The Yellow Team (Farrah, Kelsey, Taya)--to compete in three truck stop events: the beer belly flop, a stripper pole challenge, and a hot dog relay race. For the beer belly flop, a single contestant from each team must jump off a hay bale, into a kiddy pool filled with cheap beer and see who makes the most impressive splash. While Beverly hands down makes the biggest splash, the three trucker judges are far more impressed by Kelsey's turn, which she turns into a bra-less wet t-shirt contest.
Surprising no one, the most heavily contested challenge of the Truck Stop Games involved a stripper pole. Brittanya is up first and she is hands down, the worst stripper I have seen on TV. She claims to be a go-go dancer, but this girl has no moves. Next up is Kami, who rocks it like it is the pole Olympics--and the judges award her with perfect scores. Next up is Penthouse
Pet Taya, who despite looking down on fellow strippers Ashley and Farrah throughout the competition, proves she is very familiar with the pole. Taya is incredibly acrobatic on the pole, but the judges were still more impressed with Kami's routine. Meanwhile Farrah has figured out that Taya is no stranger to the pole. "So Taya gets up there and she's really comfortable with that stripper pole. Wait a second, she's didn't just learn that -- this girl is a stripper!! Wait a minute, I'm figuring this out -- I'm like Scooby and Shaggy solving a mystery." Farrah is an amazing source of quotes and insight, and should be kept around till the very end for that reason alone.
--Abbey Simmons, BuddyTV Staff Writer
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