Thanks for clipping that scene for me, VH-1.
Hey Jackie, your hair doesn’t look fake at all.
Yeah, because that’s how natural hair tangles.
Not a hair out of place… I’m voting she won.
I read a bunch of the ladies tweets during the episode and both sides claim they won the fight. I did hear that Old Spice had to be checked on by paramedics, and personally I would have had my money on Opportunistic Spice. Especially since she was the one escorted out… They usually don’t make the losers leave.
Technically the fight was about Homewrecker Spice, but she did nothing to help anyone as far as I can see. Someone steps on Opportunistic Spice’s “Trust No Bitch” necklace.
Who’s foot is this? Jackie had on pink boots.
Fake nail, fake gold… ah, the life of a jump-off.
Closing up the episode, Old Spice and Doug are in Seattle and Old Spice goes to visit her mother’s grave. I’d love to pretend like it was emotional or real, or that I got to see the “real Jackie”… but it was so contrived that it pissed me off. Old Spice was in a letterman’s jacket leaning over the grave telling her mom a bunch of lies about how her daughter’s don’t understand her and how they are at fault and that she and the girls are trying to make a stronger bond. She mentions to her mother that the girls haven’t apologized yet. Who lies to a dead person? What’s the point? Old Spice, you are a lunatic. Her mother is probably listening to Old Spice thinking, “wow, I raised a fking nutjob.”
Jackie is showing her mom how to Tebow.
And finally, it’s time for Old Spice to see her daughters, Chani and Ta’kari. In true nutjob form, she has invited a therapist to join them for their first meeting in almost a year. Before the girls arrive, Old Spice explains that the issue with the girls is that they don’t see Old Spice as a mother, but more as a sister. I’m praying the therapist sees right through this and understands that the daughters see their mother as a lunatic and not a parent. Doug, wisely, makes his escape to go hang with “the Dougmiester”.
Nice bangs. Nice beard.
So, your daughters think of you as a stalker? I mean, sister?