Love in the Wild Season 2 Premiere: A Photo Recap of Snake Pits, Pole-Shimmying & More!
Moment Love in the Wild Began to Feel Like The Silence of the Lambs: Summer explaining that “we got to the well and I heard a girl screaming in there. This cannot be good.” (“Precious, darling, are you all right?”)
Homoerotic Subtext of the Week: Summer explaining it was “really attractive” to see Jesse “shimmying up” a giant pole.
Things a Lady Might Not Want to Say on Camera When Entering a Room With One Bed and Two Strange Men: “Let’s get this party started!” Oh, Tara, keep “literally being your amazing self.”
Most Repulsive Move of the Week (That Was Probably Intended to Be Sexy): Leo, slapping his own thighs during his morning poolside stretchstravaganza.
Slick Move of the Week: Ken, bringing out a photo album of his work with adorable foster puppies, to successfully woo Yanina.
Douche Move of the Week: Tim, for standing around shirtless and caressing an orange, declaring the competition to be “an overload of sausage,” and announcing “you don’t get in the Tim-meister’s way when I’m working my A game.” (Dude, if you’re going to refer to yourself in the third person, at least have the decency to carry it to the end of the sentence!)
Most Unfortunate Word Choice of the Week: Responding to Q’s observation that they were lucky Summer was a swimmer, Jesse replied thusly: “I’m a floater.” Um, no wonder she flushed the dude!
Crippling-est Insecurity: Ali, publicly applauding her suitors for “not killing me in my sleep.” Aim higher, sister!
Biggest Tease: Jesse admits to resorting to flirtation with Q (yeah, just “Q”) while waiting for Summer to crush all but one of the guys in the swimming challenge. Ultimately, though, Love in the Wild just isn’t gonna be that interesting.
Possible Best Euphemism of the Week: “When somebody throws a coconut that well, it’s a turn-on.” –Yanina, right before planting a kiss on Mike’s lips
Word of the Week (Correct Usage Edition): Chase’s use of “grandiose” to describe rival Jason E. , while impressive, probably means his Love in the Wild shelf life at two to three weeks, tops.
Word of the Week (Made-Up Edition): Shauna really enjoyed a coconutty good time with Mike, but worries he’s got “unterior motives.”
Jenny McCarthy Comment of the Week: Our new (and upgraded) host says she’ll be “really surprised” if someone from the last-place doesn’t die from being forced to sleep in a lean-to.