Nicole and Raven are shocked, in a good way, but as Ru’s explaining how it has a 40s retro look in a fresh and young way, Nicole gets teary-eyed saying she didn’t think she could look like that. Raven hugs her (there’s still an ember in that cold, dead heart) and Ru tells her it is her.
But ditch that quick drag. It’s Lady Lesson time.
This week the women will learn how to pick the right body shaper. And helping the women along will be…
Man, he’s looking rough. Is that really a good idea for a plastic surgeon? Even a hack like him? Whatever, he’s only here to help them pick out foundation garments, so no malpractice. But since it’s just an informercial for his own product we’ll move along and tell you to buy Spanx. Latrice is impressed with MJ’s little booty, though.
Latrice likes itty bitty booties.
Bunny can barely bring herself to sexually harass Rey, who can’t help but mug it up for the camera because he misses it so, and that’s it for the Lady Lesson!
D: Cross-dressing, Sci-Fi abomination starring Sean Connery. Oh wait, that’s Zardoz.
Just in case there’s someone who hasn’t seen this picture. You’re welcome.
FILLER! Cristy thinks Dita’s hot but is a still a bit shy about the cleavage. Then Pandora and Cristy have a conversation with her breasteses apologizing for keeping them locked up under all those cotton/poly blend t-shirts.
Some random chit chat, pep talking, platitude spouting and product placing then Raven sallies on over to Latrice, who’s primping in a mirror. She starts throwing some shade about the size of Latrice’s hair and Latrice throws it back about the jankiness of Raven’s wig and they’re like two dogs who see each other at the park and are marking their territories by peeing on each other.
No one beats Raven at looking like a coke whore, honey.
One more awkward filler scene and it’s on to Everyday Drag.
Cristy’s options are a bit much for the local El Torito Grill, but she can pick either a mod sequined cocktail dress and long necklace because Boardwalk Empire’s reminded designers just how gorgeous Art Deco was or a sophisticated asymmetrical lace dress with a ribbon belt.
MJ’s dresses are a little less blingy, so they’d work if you were having happy hour at the Century Plaza. Her choices are a trendy tight dress with leather capped sleeves and snakeskin belt or a flirtatious mini dress with silver shoulder hardware.