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Because if so, I've got some ideas I'd like to run by him...
- I learned that Pete is a shoe thrower/kicker (marks on the back of his closet). :-) Watch out, Jen.
- I found a half-used vial sample of Ralph Lauren Romance for Men in Jason's room.
- I also found plenty of hair samples on the stairs.
- I think it's funny that Matt never replied to your underwear comment! Wise double-post there, Jay.
Yes, I laughed out loud on some of these comments. Good show guys.