No wonder whoever it is keeps ruining the muffins if they're cooking in the dark. Seriously.
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Anyway on to the new episode which, due to everyone else being busy this week, is all about Courteney.
I suppose that's marginally better than the alternative plan, which was just to show 10 minutes of this:
Because it's been eight weeks since anyone last heard from Courteney, she has to introduce herself again - she's 23, single and a dancer, and has been on three dates on Tinder.
"I actually don't reckon I'd call them dates now that I think about it. It's more been just like... hanging out," she says.
Courteney's first date was "boring", she says, because he didn't say anything all night while she was left to do all the talking.
Her second date was better ("he was so gentlemanly, he opened doors for me, picked me up, paid for dinner") and her third was just OK ("he had a weird sense of humour").
Now she's off on a blind date, and... OH MY GOD, COULD IT BE?
As it turns out Courteney's date is not a blindfolded female baker but a rather trendy looking bloke with very short hair on the sides, who takes her go-karting. It is unclear whether they will be ruining muffins in the dark at any stage.
Before they hit the track the go-kart manager runs them through the rules, which are basically the same as rules for blind dates in general: "No bumping, and if you crash raise one arm and somebody will come out and see to you".
Trendy Bloke seems quite impressed with Courteney, even after it becomes obvious that she has no concept of either helmets ("Is my face going to squish?") or cars ("Which one is the accelerator and the brake again?").
But how does Courteney feel about him? What's her ideal man look like?
"I like tall, olive skin, nice eyes, good teeth," she says.
It's yet to be seen whether Trendy Bloke is a Melbourne Cup chance but he seems to be pulling all the right moves, admitting to Courteney that he Googled "contemporary dance" to learn more about what she does.
"It's like, a lot to do with ballet, and falling to the ground movements and ground stuff, so I've got it all down pat," he says.
"He's probably not someone I would have normally gone on a date with, he's not someone I would have approached at a bar," Courteney says of her blind date, even though he looks exactly how she described her perfect man earlier.
"Of course I gave him my phone number," she says later.
"I think stepping out of your comfort zone is important."
Just a reminder:
Come back next week when Burgo uses some sexual innuendo (possibly "hot dog" again) and Johnny makes ABC viewers long for the return of Backchat by using the term "chucked and f***ed".
Or go back in time and READ EPISODE SEVEN again.