Burning Love

Burning Love saw not one, but two eliminations this week. Is that too much drama for you to handle? If so, we're sorry and please don't sue us for emotional damages.

Speaking of emotional damage, Mark threw a pool party for the women and Lexie took things a bit too seriously. First she stalked Mark all day (she's getting pretty good at it), and then she full-on flipped out when Mark gave Annie the hose.

That was enough for Mark to send Lexie packing at the hose ceremony, so that she could go to his house and wait for him there. Probably in one of his closets.

With Lexie gone, Mark takes Agnes out for a one-on-one date. Except this date isn't exactly one-on-one; Mark also invites Hershel, Agnes' son. He's maybe 40 years old, so he didn't like riding on Mark's shoulders much. But he did like the bubbles.

Mark decides, though, that he's just not ready for kids, so he sends Agnes home...and feels some serious remorse later when he learns that Agnes is a multi-millionaire and was probably going to die very soon. It's "a bummer all around," as Mark puts it.


"Stop kicking. Don't ruin this for us"—Vivian

"I really feel for her. I know what it's like to not be able to afford pants"—Willow

"I feel like the luckiest guy in the world! Or a mormon!"—Mark

"I don't want to be rude right now, but she's a stupid b*tch"—Titi

"It's really hard saying goodbye to Lexie. The only thing that makes it easier is knowing that she's unstable and crazy"—Mark

"I'm looking for someone with real deepiness"—Mark

"I love my mother...no I don't love my mother"—Hershel

"You know what, if she had money..."—Mark
"She did have money. A lot of money"—Bill
"Ahhhh, dammit!"—Mark 

Catch another all-new episode of Burning Love next Monday at 10/9c, only on E!

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