I am so happy to announce that this week, Leah’s hair looks the best it’s ever looked on the “live” footage. I’m a huge fan of curly hair and love to see someone embrace their natural curls and allow their curls to realize their full potential.
We rehash the fight from last week and I noticed something new. Did anyone notice that Renee skedaddled over there after the molestation comment? Just doesn’t seem so intimidating. You’re going to be a brawler, try wearing more sensible shoes.
Nora continues to scream that Renee’s dad raped her and Pia is a mouth hooker. Leah goes to Nora to explain to her that while she was being attacked by the women, she had no right to say the things she said. She tries to tell Nora that she shouldn’t go there with people she has loved at one time or another. They should be able to work out their problems since they’ve always been so close.
Nora bails, of course, as she screams that she’s not going to stay to get beat up by two hookers. C-Wow chews Pia’s ass for going at Nora while Renee was already laying the smack down on her. Pia was fighting for her integrity and Leah can’t get C-Wow to listen to reason. Is it just me, or did everything get blown way out of proportion? What was the fight about to start with? Renee being late to Nora’s dead dad dinner? And now we’re at Renee being raped by her own father. Yep, that all seems so logical.
Pia wants to tell her daughter that there might be some word through the grapevine that she is a fellatial professional, but that it’s not true. She eases her way into this conversation by throwing her own father under the proverbial bus.
Your grandfather was a drug-dealing cop! …and you may hear that I blow random men for money.
Bella, her daughter, reacts to the news that her grandfather was a drug dealing cop and then sold out his mafia connections very wisely – she’s disgusted by the fact he was a crooked cop and dealt drugs. Instead of crying over the fact that he was a rat, instead she takes the normal person opinion that his corruption was worse. Good girl! Bella is the new Brianna.
Bella knew there had to be some kind of connection to a criminal lifestyle, but she didn’t know exactly what. Pia broaches the subject of her fallacial artistry without actually saying it. She, instead, tells her that Nora said some horrible things at the party, so she had to punch her in the face. She starts to cry, which makes Bella cry for her mom. Bella says she’s proud of her mother for doing whatever she had to do to put food on the table and no one can change her mind about that. The look in Bella’s eyes just gets me. This is one sweet girl. I really like her. A lot.