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Howdy, Gasmii! Thanks so much for the comments on last week’s recap and the very informative facts about breast milk. Thanks – and ewww!
Let’s get right to our ep!
We open with Amber making the
sacrifice only correct decision to skip the Minaj interview and go to Ari’s wedding. Amber says that 2 people were counting on her, and she hates to disappoint either. Considering Minaj has never even heard of you, I think she’ll somehow manage to soldier through that crushing blow.
Ari looks amazing, and her wedding is intimate, lovely and tasteful. I say that with absolutely no snark. Props for being classy, Ari!
Over at Justin’s place, he’s having a painting party. For one wall. Shayla, Amanda and Scott are there, and then Amber shows up “late”, per Justin. Amber immediately tells them all about Kristin’s epic fail from last week. Amanda doesn’t believe Kristin had “food poisoning” either. Scott, though, sticks up for Kristin and says she’s never done that before in all the time he’s known her. He leaves early.
Amber then takes the opportunity to paint “Kristin blows chunck” [sic] on Justin’s wall. I am impressed both by her super-mature attitude and her mad spelling skillz.
Then Amber – who clearly isn’t interested in painting that wall – plays Kristin’s voicemails to the group. Amanda shares she’s never leaving Amber a voicemail, ever. Based on the voicemail, Amanda and Shayla now believe Kristin may in fact have been ill.
Back to the painting party, where Amber is calling Shayla “wishy washy” because Shayla has rethought her opinion on Kristin. Justin ends up throwing them out, and Amber and Shayla continue the argument in the hallway. Justin’s neighbors must’ve loved that.
Onward and – well, not upward. Cindy Margolis, after observing Kristin ignore her son, Nicholas, to play with the two daughters (and yes I know they were on the jungle gym, but the point is, get an activity that all of them can participate in), says the kids’ needs are changing.
Over to Lucy. Tricia Fisher has, inexplicably, hired Lucy. Lucy is sure she and Tricia will be friends, and in that spirit blathers on about her (Lucy’s) grandmother, then her father. Tricia shares she’s not sure if Lucy likes to hear herself talk, or if she is truly unaware that she never shuts up, and says she (Tricia) wants to turn it off. Good luck with that. Tricia then leaves to look at a new location for the Tree House, leaving Lucy with her child. Lucy calls her boyfriend and invites him to a dinner party Tricia is having – at which Lucy is supposed to be working. Lucy says Tricia is fine with her bringing Curtis, the boyfriend. Right . . .