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Sara and Tim are hashing out their issues from the commitment ceremony couch before going to bed.
And while Sara has changed into something more homely, Tim is doing it in jeans. In my mind, that automatically puts him on the back foot.
Wearing jeans at home should be illegal.
Sara says she felt blindsided by him. He groans, she tells him to relax, he tells her not to tell him to relax and OH HOW THE TABLES HAVE TURNED.
There is a knock at the door and um, it's like 3am??? Go to bed????
Actually, no. It's Lauren, Tori, Eden and their many matching tracksuits.
F*** bed, LET'S GOSSIP.
They count to three before saying, in unison, who they found most annoying from the commitment ceremony.
Lauren reenacts Collins' performance and it is 100 times greater than Collins himself.
Get her on Home & Away.
Meanwhile, Lucinda Light has a few questions for Mr Slow Burn Timothy, who was outed by Richard as being... not that much of a slow burner after all.
Lucinda Light says she feels humiliated and WE SIMPLY WILL NOT STAND FOR LUCINDA LIGHT FEELING HUMILIATED.
Timothy says he was just talking sh*t after a few drinks on a boy's night. It's the excuse trifecta.
She asks him about his key takeaways from the experts' advice. Actually, she asks him what he "extracted from the wisdom that they shared".
You know John Aiken is BEAMING at his words being described as wisdom.
She reframes her perfectly reasonable question 12 different times and Timothy just... doesn't answer. Or says "idk lol". Or storms out.
He returns that night.
And I am no detective, but I HAVE SOME QUESTIONS TO ASK ABOUT HIS REVOLVING WARDROBE:
THE MATH AIN'T MATHING.
Then John Aiken's voice pops up to deliver more wisdom, this time as a horrifically brutal voiceover about how Timothy's walls are up because everyone he loves has left him.
Good lord, John. Some decorum, please! Sh*t like that is why I'm a Timothy apologist.
Lucinda Light is her typically kind and understanding self, they laugh about Timothy inhaling poison, and ultimately make up.
In her and Jonathan's apartment, Lauren is still talking sh*t.
I relate to her so deeply.
This time, she's judging Jack. Again. Speaking of the devil, Jack says he thought Tori was a strong, confident woman but so far she... hasn't been? And that's good.
We learn that Tori has nothing to do with her dad, which has formed what she wants from a relationship: unconditional love.
She says she doesn't "love" the fact that Jack had a girlfriend when he applied for MAFS, told her he was moving overseas and then... appeared on John Aiken's couch. But she thinks they have a strong foundation, feels like Jack's support is unconditional and wants to stick by him.