Wednesday, July 23, 2014

VH1's Daisy of Love, Recap: Fox Sent Packing!!!

Although Daisy of Love has so far been the worst spin-off show VH1 has ever manifested, I have been following it primarily because I thing Big Rig is hot (although I think he looks like a total poser whenever he puts on eyeliner!).

Daisy herself looks like she got some form of plastic surgery, and she looks like a gross fake old lady. Maybe she always looked this way, but I could have sworn she was hot on Rock of Love.

Anyhow, this weeks episode had no challenge in it. The remaining men were set to go on private dates with Daisy. 12 Pack got a special separate date with Daisy, most likely because VH1 didn't want to be sued over last weeks cage fighting fiasco when Big Rig punched 12 Pack right in the face without a helmet on.

Anyhow, the special date included some weird freak show which included 12 Pack in a speedo (as usual), and Daisy in some sort of sexy lingerie. It was a gross freaks romp, that would have made for good TV had we not already seen 12 Pack in a speedo, and Daisy with her fake ta-ta's nearly exposed.

After this weird freaky date, Daisy and 12 Pack return to the mansion where Sinister is waiting upstairs with a guitar in hand to play Daisy a song he made about her.

After a few moments of Sinister's ferret like screeching, a stupid edited clip of London....the guy who looked like a Goth version of Pee-Wee Herman, singing his Daisy song. This would be like the 3rd or 4th time he has been lamely edited into the show. Wonder why VH1? Plan on helping the homeless guy out by giving him a spin-off? God spare us.

Anyhow shortly afterward, Daisy is scheduled to go on some sort of dinner date with a few of the guys, while a few are left behind.

Sinister and ChiChi had been plotting earlier about picking up the phone when it rang. After the cat came out of the bag last week about Fox potentially having a girlfriend back home (he lied to Daisy and said they were through), they plot to pick up Fox's call to try and get one of his friends to admitting to Fox actually having a girlfriend.

The plot comes through smoothly when Fox's actual girlfriend rings in. Flex runs out to interrupt the dinner date she is having with the other men. Daisy answers the phone, and has a convo with Fox's girlfriend. Daisy returns to the dinner to tell Fox he has a phone call. The look on his face makes it obvious that he already knows who rang in. His gal.

Daisy sits near him while he talks with his girlfriend, and pretends to dump her over the phone. It was really pathetic.

Daisy ends up sending him home for having a girlfriend back home, and for lying about the whole thing. It was a lack luster episode, and can only make viewers laugh. How many guys has Daisy actually sent home? Like 3 since the show began?! Everyone else seems to be ejecting themselves out of the house.

Fox in particular was there to try and get famous and was going to leave on his own terms last week.

When a buddy told him to rough it out or something, he decided to stay. Brooklyn had a love toy back home and left on his own terms, Flipper flipped out, and eliminated himself after his mental self beat down, London bounced early for not getting the attention he so thought he deserved, and Cage left because he was humiliated.

Wow! I think this is VH1's very first slap in the teeth. I think viewers have finally grown bored of the spin-off looking for love shows, and the contestants are using such shows in hopes of getting their own (or a record contract like Daisy did). The cycle is getting pretty repetitive, and boring.

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