While I don't want to defend the doofus, I can see his point. If you apologize for something you know is wrong, then continue to go 'round back to the same subject you apologized for, what is the point? Besides he is trying to stress the point that she shouldn't be using the small amounts of time with him talking about the other women. Focus on the two of you, not others. It's the equivalent of asking your boyfriend if he's been at the restaurant you are both currently dining in. Then continuing on to ask if he was there in the past with an ex girlfriend, then thinking you aren't special because he took someone else there prior. It's an annoying habit that many people make.Originally Posted by AlwaysVeg
Some things that popped into my head:
How do you explain to your parents/siblings/grandparents that you are skinny dipping with someone that you barely know on national TV?
How do you explain to those same people what the girl you really, really like is saying on national TV?
Obviously if your parents call you up and say "hey I saw what you did last night, care to explain?" It would be easy to let them know the entire story and it's context in relation to what was shown on TV. It's also quite easy to explain the things that you said and in what context. However, since you weren't with the girl when she is saying things/talking to the camera how can THAT be easy to explain? Sure, you can tell them that it was overly edited/spliced/diced but would that explanation go over with people who weren't there? Because you don't actually know the context.
I never give this much thought to this show, but the events of this episode caused a light bulb to go off in my head. Isn't it awkward enough watching your child dating/making out? Then to see them "in all their glory" on national TV as well as your co workers, relatives, neighbours etc. Yes, they are consenting adults, free to do as they see fit. It would still be awkward knowing that was your kid. YAY! My son pushed the envelope on TV by skinny dipping. Awww I feel really bad for mom and Julia.