The small group works quietly side by side, each lost in their own thoughts. Working surprisingly in unison as if in harmony with one another when the silence suddenly is broken by whistling. Suzi blinks having forgotten momentarily she was not alone as she looks at Phillip. She finishes planting the tomatoes and quickly moves inside for some time alone to reflect on tonight’s elimination and to wash up before supper.
Brandon pauses with his thoughts reflecting on today’s events, “It could have gone better… you know first impressions are a tough thing and she had to deal with seven men. She’s quite something, I’m glad I came… I just hope I get to stay.”
Danny grins confidently, “I’m telling you… its karma… I’m meant to be here right now… you’ll see… or is that fate? Hmmm, well whatever it is. I’m not too worried, did you see how bad some of the other conversations went?”
Gilbert laughs, “Oh sure I seem confident, self-assured and maybe even a bit cocky but… well no, I am that confident. Suzi and I clicked, I’m pretty sure she felt it… and if not, I’ll make sure she does… heh.”
James hesitates before speaking, “Once the conversation started I think we were okay. Really well… yes it went really… oh I don’t know, I think we connected. She’s real pretty and I think the organic farming will play in my favor… I’m just glad its all true.”
Jesse seems tormented as he gathers his thoughts, “I kissed her… what made me do it? I mean… she’s beautiful, don’t get me wrong… but that’s just so not me… I don’t just take liberties like that… but she was walking away and I panicked I guess.” He sighs as his face falls showing his despair, “Oh she hates me, I’m sure I’ll be the first one out that door.”
Monte just grins and shrugs, “How did it go? Heck the only one that knows that answer is Suzi. She’s cool. She can certainly take teasing which is a plus, not to mention being very easy on eyes. Did you see her *censor*?”
A faint voice can be heard off screen, “Please remember, this is a family show…”
“Ah right… sorry about that Simerica!”
Phillip thinks for a moment, “How did it go, how did it go… well… are you a gamer at all? Do the words, ‘epic fail’ mean anything to you?” He shakes his head, “I don’t get her and she sure doesn’t get me… although she is easy on the eyes…”
The taxi pulls up in front of the house, the driver honks the horn signaling its time to pick up the eliminated contestant.
The camera pans to the front door of the home in anticipation and fades to commercial.