The last few weeks of Mrs. Eastwood and Company were pretty dramatic in a dark way. We followed the crew to Maui where Tyler showed us what a lying sack of shit he truly is and Eddie couldn’t take life anymore and accidentally almost ended it. I guess that was a few weeks prior to this new episode because there was only a brief Maui mention later in the episode.
Lisa walks into the house demanding that someone from Overtone move whomever’s car was blocking hers because she had shit to do. Dina further holds her up by asking her what she thinks about Overtone’s new look and who she would choose from the band to bang out for one night. Lisa picks Shane whom she deems as the “cute one” and everyone laughs because we all know Ed is the cute one. She furthers her point by saying that he might not be good enough for sex but he has a cute face. I’m not sure what that means but I do know that I love Lisa.
What did I win?
Dina and Morgan are in the kitchen when Fran comes in planning to stay for a few days. Fran tries talking to Morgan about school and new friends but Dina keeps answering for her not realizing that she wasn’t part of the planned conversation. It reminds me of this obnoxious thing I heard a hipster say at a concert the other day. He told this girl that was trying to interrupt his game to some dude that it was a “Taco and Burrito conversation, Nachos”. *crickets* Dina ends up trying to make one of the filthy rats she owns kiss Morgan who tries to escape with Fran into her room all the while screaming and yelling. Fran then proceeds to throw in our face how INDEPENDENT she is and how she has her own apartment and is doing things on her own. She says that in the past she would call her parents for help but she tries not to anymore so that she can be INDEPENDENT at 18. If your dad is paying for your apartment, college, car and food does that really make you independent? I’m pretty sure that if you don’t have a job and someone else pays for your credit card bill then you are not independent. Just because you don’t live at home it doesn’t make you any less of a dependent. I’m looking at you Asslee Holmes from RHONJ.
Thanks you don’t need a room here anyway!
Dina and Lisa are cooking dinner when they get the bright idea to redo Fran’s room as an art studio so Dina can make her art in peace with great lightning. Dina had previously asked for permission to use the room for an art studio and Fran mumbles a “Mmhmm” to get her out of the room so she can lay down on some huge pillow. Dina and Lisa take her bed out and Dina remarks how clean it is and how proud she is while Lisa stops her from giving Fran all the credit since she is the one that does all the cleaning. They then try on some of the crap Fran has laying around like bunny ears and a super padded fringe dress thing. Lisa plays with it and then informs Dina that men say that anything more than one big bite is a waste. I’m just wondering why it’s so padded…I mean I know Fran has no boobs but damn.
Why is it so padded?!
Later at Dom’s house he reveals that he never realized how up close and personal their parents were to his taint but now he knows since he has to change diapers for his son. Is that what people think about when they change a diaper? I’m pretty sure my only thoughts are about how much it stinks and trying to avoid getting pissed/shitted on. Being a porta potty is not my idea of fun. Morgan gets teased by everyone and she resents it because she feels like she is a young adult and not a baby. Dom starts to see a little bit of attitude from Morgan towards his sister and he’s getting tired of it. Just remember that he doesn’t have any teens in his house so he doesn’t get that that is how they act normally. Seriously, teenagers are the worst group of people on the face of the planet because they aren’t technically children anymore but they aren’t adults either though they think they are. They are always on my lawn too…damn teenagers…
Why’s my bed in the foyer?