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Anyway, Carla does admit that she can be more volatile than him, but it’s only because she has good reason to be angry. She had to raise two kids, hold down the house, and be supportive of his ass while he was in prison. She doesn’t even mention, that she made sure he stayed in touch with his kids regularly so that they could have a relationship with their father when he got out of prison. And, let’s not forget that he cheated on her when he wasn’t in prison. Joe doesn’t really have any kind of response to this so he says that he was just trying to prepare her for when the lawyer sends the paperwork.
Carla reminds us that Joe is a cheater and wishes Raquel the best of luck.
I personally don’t think that Carla is upset about divorcing Joe. She had planned to do that anyway. I do think that she is pissed about being ambushed with it on camera, especially since he is trying to spin it as her being emotionally unstable. I do think that Joe needs to tread carefully though. It’s obvious that he wants this show in lieu of having a real job, so he really shouldn’t alienate his one real tie to it. But, I wonder if he is even capable of thinking that far ahead? Or, maybe he thinks that he is such a natural that the show would do well with him on it even without his tie to Carla and the kids?
Big Ang is having to spend more time at the Drunken Monkey during the day lately. So, while she is there taking care of things a couple of out of shape middle aged guys are getting drunk and talking shit to each other. This was so funny you guys. My husband was walking through when this scene was on and he heard me say something about the ridiculousness of these guys being in a bar getting drunk in the middle of the day.
He laughed and said that the two of us had just gotten drunk in the middle of the afternoon the day before. Which was true. The difference is that we stayed our drunk asses at home watching bad movies and posting drunk ramblings on Facebook. You know, because we were raised right.
Anyway, Neil comes to rescue and breaks up the fight. And Ang is appreciative and even a tiny bit forgiving. She says it’s about time that he finally stepped up.
Now that we have already discussed Karen’s poor financial planning, let’s take a look at CousinSuckUp’s. Remember how she was talking about not being able to pay rent and having to move her and her five kids into a shitty 2 bedroom apartment? Well, that has not stopped her from throwing a major birthday party complete with a DJ, a red carpet, a full bar for the adults, and custom made cupcakes and cakes. Am I the only person who thinks this was ridiculously irresponsible and shortsighted? She doesn’t have a job, her meal ticket is in jail, and she was JUST complaining about not being able to afford her house. I get that the show is a source of income for her and I get that the show most likely paid for the party. But, can you see the disconnect this whole scenario presents?
Anyway, Drita and Aleeya arrive and Karen hugs Drita in welcome. It was done with a fake smile, but it’s progress. The kids have fun and the adults breathe a sigh of relief that they no longer have to have an ambulance on speed dial every time they get together.
I have to mention one last thing about this party. The gift. Bitch gave those kids a dog. How are you going to take care of a dog in a tiny apartment overflowing with 5 kids? Plus, it looks like one of those little toy dogs that are known for their medical issues. She even had to tell the girls that yes, it was a real dog. I am just floored.
Let’s take another look at some irresponsible behavior on CousinSuckUp’s part, shall we? She takes her 8 year old daughter with her to visit her jailbird boyfriend’s attorney. This is so inappropriate that even I was shocked that she would do this. I know CousinSuckUp needs everyone to see her as a mother so that she can be more likeable, but she needs to understand likeable mothers generally don’t treat their 8 year old daughters to information about a jailbird boyfriend on national television.