Renee tells the girls about Giana visiting her father. Pia understands how Renee feels, because they did all the work and gave all the love but the dads are getting undue credit and love from their kids. Because everyone is sharing deep thoughts and emotions instead of getting into a fight, Leah mentions that Nora will be at the walk. Renee says she’ll be at the opposite end and Leah says she just wants to include everyone (ahem, Pleather). Renee thinks that if Nora would just keep her bazoo shut, everything would be OK. She stays all calm, so Pia gets the drift and realizes she’s supposed to be the one to get all loud and pissed off.
C-Wow has decided she can no longer trust Pia after Textgate. Renee doesn’t see the problem – she was merely intruding on C-Wow’s privacy by looking at her text messages and saw her own name on it. If her name is on it, I guess that means it’s her business. It goes back and forth really loudly about whether or not Renee’s name was on the text message. Renee thinks it was a joke, but C-Wow thinks she was violated. Because no one walked in on her doing the nasty with herself, Renee doesn’t think that constitutes “violated”. I think she meant that you violated her privacy, Renee. Not her body.
Leah is rightfully pissed at all this mess and wants the girls to check their priorities, because this is about her mom – not their bullshit fights.
Now we get to see why Nora is friends with Desiree – she owns her own tiny bottling…plant? Factory? Warehouse? So, of course, “The German” is going to be bottled here. Probably for free, knowing Nora. I see an expiration date on this friendship already. She also tells Desiree about exhuming her father’s remains. I bet that’s a nice conversation to have in front of employees.
Remember, kids. This is the face of a former stripper. At least one man put money in her pants. *shudder*
Renee meets up with her friend to go to court over her youngest daughter. Neither Renee nor her friend bother to wear a seatbelt. They’re in the backseat, but who cares? Of course, the camera guy is crouched between the front seats, which I’m sure is totally legal. Especially since it’s probably pretty distracting for a driver when there’s a camera guy crouched right by his right arm and several more pacing him in unmarked vans.
Nora goes to see a funeral director about legal post-burial gravedigging. He warns her that he most likely won’t be “viewable”. I guess that means that either it will be too much for her to bear or else it means the obvious – that he’s going to be pretty badly decomposed and no one would know him from Adam. The director has to get the OK from all family members, like her siblings. She explains that she hasn’t talked to her brother since the funeral and her sister is “out of her mind”. Well, that sounds like she’ll knock this one out of the park.