- Zahradkas: Mullet Over
- Lehman-Cobbs: Whats-her-face
- Delvecchios: Ring Me Up Sometime
- Marks: Sofa Bed Dead
- Davardos: Blinded by the Light
- Davises: Joy of Sox
- Romanos: Thumbs Down
- Smith-Crawfords: Outfit Outrage
- Capells: Couch Potato
- Magics: Knife at the Wife
- Monroys: Off the Hook
- Rodriguezes: Stripper Chic
- Arkenburgs: The Man Friend
- Arringtons: Sexy Schedule
- D'Amores: Decaf Dispute
- Hamiltons: Bored of the Rings
- Burrises: Cuckoo for Coupons
- Changs: Love Me, Love My Duck
- Galans: Derby Dilemma
- Rubins: Driven Crazy
- Argies: Ghostbusted
- Hankersons: Solitary Pursuits
- Ragins: Green Bean Casserole
Salinero-Wighs: Tacky or Kitsch?
- Carpentier-Saloms: Dishtress
- Drewers: Blonde Ambition
- Fitzpatricks: Peed-Off
- Maurers: Little Friends
- McZeals: Cooking up Resentment
- Beauregards: The Wrath of Zeus
- Burns: The Motorcycle
- Palestrinis: The Rapper
- Cohens: Toiletry Treasure
- Hawkins: Backup Plan
- Mulvihills: Amish Paradise?
- Wongs: Bad-minton
- Goldmans: Good Clean Lovin'
- Harpers: Always Something There to Remind Me
- Banners: A Lizard to Love
- Spiegels: Oedipus Wrecks
- Ramundos: The Metrosexual
- Rios: The Forbidden Table
- Wizas: Get Flossed
- Kohlenbergs: The Ring Toss
- Ridolfis: Stuffed Dog Dilemma
- Hunters: Stripper Pole
Robert & Don
Robert and Don hit it off from the very start. "The day after we met we told each other our life stories," Robert says. Together for more than twenty years, they share everything with each other. "He's my soulmate. It's embarrassing," says Don.
But there's something else that's embarrassing Don: Robert's clothing choices. The couple lives in Orlando where fashion sense is as open to interpretation as it is anywhere. But Robert's choices could reasonably called outrť: camouflage, pastel, and plaids all seem to be used interchangeably. By way of example, we see the couple getting ready for a party; Don simply can't abide by what his man is wearing.
"That is not an outfit, itís a costume," he tells Robert. "You've worn something like that on Halloween and won a prize. You have to respect the person having the party; that's disrespectful."
DID THE REF MAKE THE RIGHT CALL?
Robert defends his free-flying fashion style. "You donít dress for other people, you dress for yourself. If there's anyone there that doesn't like it, they can bite me," he retorts before adding "I donít do outfits."
Exasperated, Don tries to reason with Robert, suggesting alternatives. But Robert feels like his partner is being superficial. "Is this anything that's gonna change the future of the world?" he asks. He then paraphrases Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: "Judge me by the content of my character and not the color of my clothes."
Noting Donald's sleeveless shirt collection, the panel is convinced that neither of them has a particularly tasteful sense of fashion. Howie adds: "There's no way they're gay. This is the blind leading the blind."
Still, Howie and Bette both side with Don, crediting him for caring about how the couple appears to others. Craig also sides with Don, but not because he cares at all about how they look, but because Robert misappropriated the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Tom brings the couple up from Florida via satellite and gives Robert the bad news.
"You're a great guy," he tells Robert. "And a great guy makes his partner happy. Listen to Don, put on a decent shirt, maybe something sleeveless. Congratulations Don, you win."
Robert and Donald received a second honeymoon at the Aruba Marriott Resort & Stellaris Casino. For more information, visit www.arubamarriott.com and www.aruba.com.
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