First up is Adam, a business owner from Australia, who likes snowboarding and mixed martial arts and what not. How stereotypical! Peter, a personal trainer from Ontario, Canada (or California), comes off as superrrrr gay, with his frosted hair, fake tan, bright orange shirt and weird accent. He adds that he is very sensitive and close to his mother. The final dude is Ron, a "really loyal guy" who is a financial consultant from New York. He seems like the dreamiest of the three, and Kristen adds that they're all very attractive. (No comments about their lip size yet though.)
Adam: I own 15 dogs.
Peter: I can't get a credit card.
Ron: I make women shower before sex.
Ron's baggage seems borderline-psychopath, so it's a good idea he is a gorgeous bastard, since an ugly guy doesn't ever get away with it. His is definitely the worst of the three to me. Peter's baggage reeks of despiration. He says he has a good job now, but it doesn't sound entirely convincingly, and Kristen rightly points out that him paying all his bills with cash is not the way for him to restore his credit. Adam reveals that he breeds dogs, which seems... weird to me. A hard round for the three of them, as all three are pretty significant red flags to me, and we've barely started.
Peter: I have a small penis. (Jerry says, "I'm just quoting here," proving again why he is the perfect host for this show.)
Ron: I don't believe in God.
Adam: I pee in my sink. (Jerry says, "At least this guy doesn't have to be close to the sink." Zing! He's on fire!)
Of the three, the small penis thing would be the biggest dealbreaker to me (as a woman!), but these three things actually don't seem as bad to me as the previous three items of baggage. Unsurprisingly, Kristen eliminates the penis guy, and tries not to laugh while doing it. Peter is the one with the small penis, which doesn't seem shocking for some reason.
Ron explains that he had a perfect GPA and was ranked near the top of his flight school, and that he's a gentleman, and I may have just fallen a bit in love with him. In contrast, Adam goes the opposite direction, and says that Kristen shouldn't pick him as compared to Ron, because he's a bad boy and what not. He has an Australian accent, so I immediately think of Mel Gibson, and hey, that worked out perfectly, right?
Ron: My longest relationship has lasted three weeks.
Adam: I expect my girlfriend to cook and clean for me.
Kristen is downright pissed by Adam's baggage. She said she doesn't cook unless it is Saturday date night, and his pithy remarks don't seem to salvage things. Meanwhile, Ron seems like a narcissist with his remark. Kristen says, "Oh god!" to his baggage, and Jerry says, "Not in his house." Man, Jerry should get to date her, nevermind these two dudes. In contrast from other episodes, Kristen walks over to Ron's baggage and closes it shut - Quite assertive of her! Anyway, her baggage is one of the following:
- I'm a phone sex operator.
- I demand a pre-nup agreement.
- I lost $500,000 in Vegas.
Of these, the phone sex operator thing is more worrisome than the other two, since the other two at least imply that she's got something going on in the money department. But phone sex operator? Meh.
Adam says the pre-nup thing is most worrisome to him, because he strikes him as her not having trust in the future. Of course, this is what Kristen's baggage is, because she is coming into a lot of money soon. Adam accepts the baggage anyway, citing how accepting she was of his baggage. Awww. Good luck with Mel Gibson 2.0, Kristen.
The Katy Perry pic is from this web collection of her.