There were fights, kisses, and plenty of curse words thrown around this week, but to be honest all of it pales in comparison to Grace Kelly. No, not the famous Hollywood star, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel draped in enormous pearls that has stolen my heart (more on this later). But in addition to all the doggie elegance, there were still many dating lessons to be learned.
DON'T: Make the girl drive to you
Tara's got a lot of rules about dating involving cars. If you don't open the door for her, she may just turn around and go back inside. And now we learn that the man should always, always pick up the girl for a date. Tara (along with Courtney) was none too pleased that Jody made her drive to him for their date. Uh-oh, has Jody now negated the points he earned for shaving that soul patch?
And according to Drew and Daylon, when it comes to gay men, whoever has the nicer car picks up the other person. What they don't address though is what to do when both parties have equally hot wheels. My vote would be to settle it with a good old-fashioned thumb-wrestling match. Or a head-to-head karaoke battle royale.
DON'T: Stay friends with your exes
Well, there were some differing opinions on this one from Drew and Courtney. Courtney thinks absolutely not and Drew thinks in certain situations it's OK. Drew does have a point that it seems to work for Glenn and his ex, but Courtney's vehement denial that this is a good idea tells me she's speaking from some serious personal experience. I think we'll have to watch how things play out for Glenn before giving a definitive answer on this one.