Episode 269, featuring the return of Dre, Annabelle, and Britney S, publishes today. Will Dre get her revenge on the other two, who made her parade around in the slingshot swimsuit in public? Stay tuned to find out.
Speaking of very small swimsuits, check out the new inventory in the LostBets.com wardrobe:
Thanks to commenters DaM and Dave for the suggestion. I'm not sure when they'll be used yet, but they will be used.
Also, here's a peek into what's ahead. I already said that episode 270 stars an utterly defeated Angel trying to reclaim at least a little dignity by challenging newcomer Lance to a game with the winner enjoying oral sex from the loser. Episode 271 is a team game: Julie and Kyle vs. Fern and Lumen. The forfeit is wet-and-messy, plus a shower scene, plus some bonus action in the shower that took me by surprise. I'll say this again when it's closer to publication, but 271 is one of my personal favorites. Everything clicked, and I think it'll be remembered as a classic.
272 brings back Alice, Marie, and Leda to play a game of Croc 'n' Balls with a forfeit that's been requested a few times: foot worship. I still don't think we nailed it, but this is maybe the closest we've come.
273 will probably be remembered as well, but for a different reason than 271. It goes someplace I haven't gone since Episode 155, and then it goes farther... much, much farther. It's one on one, boy vs. girl, with the winner doing whatever he (or she) wants to the loser. What did he (or she) want? More on that when it's closer to publication, but on three occasions the cameras caught me saying, "Whoa... that's different."
274 introduces new girls Betty and Veronica, and also introduces my spiffy new Pockey table. What's a Pockey table? First of all, it has nothing to do with Japanese cookie sticks. No, it's more like one of these:
Half pool, half air hockey. Sure, it's not the best pool table and it's not the best air hockey table, but at least it's both in one. I just love being able to buy shit like this and quite legitimately call it a business expense. Both pool and air hockey worked great as stripping games their first time out, I can't wait to use them more.