Tonight is the final dinner party and we could’ve sworn that already happened last week. This final week has been going on for more than eternity, which is a lot, on top of a show that’s been going on for 17 years now.
In all seriousness, this show refuses to end and everyone needs to go back to their jobs, including but also mostly us.
But John Aiken doesn’t have another job, so there shall be more dinner parties.
Tracey begins by announcing to no one, “This is not a decision I’m taking lightly,” which she says far too often for a woman who appears to be taking this decision very lightly.
Just when we want to yell “ENOUGH” at this entire franchise, Troy emerges, and we feel peace.
You see, Ashley’s sister has obviously sent Troy and Ashley matching hats that read, “Team TrAshley,” in a frankly hilarious attempt to troll her sister from a distance.
Troy is very excited because a cap makes him that much closer to being a rapper, but he rummages through the box to see if there is a third cap… for Dolphy.
There isn't, so Troy deals with the disappointment by exclaiming that yesterday's date was the moment of his life so far, which is absolutely a lie.
It's expert Trish and someone said she was allowed to issue advice from afar.
"Thay'll be lewking for beehavors that confirm 'yis, I want to be with this pirsin,'" she says, which is a sufficiently meaningless sentence, significantly lowering her chances of ruining people's lives.
SHHHH it's the final dinner party, and yes, Troy and Ashley are obviously the first to arrive.
It's time we acknowledged the likelihood that, yes, Troy has had the time wrong for the dinner party for the entire season now. He and Ashley are always there first, and no one wants to tell Troy he's absurdly early because they're worried about what he will do in the extra time.