Lisa tries to greet Lea, but Lea brushes her aside and makes a huge fuss over burned muppet Elsa. Lisa is particularly perturbed that someone could be so nonchalant about the wife of the Boob God, live and in person. She tries to get Lea’s attention by suggesting that they all do shots, but Lea is not impressed. In other awkward intros, Joanna tells Elsa she understands that she is a psychic or spiritual healer or something. Elsa acts sedated, mumbles that she doesn’t do anything and that she needs a chair. Nice to meet you too!
Oh goody, here’s Karent, our edgy Colombian dentist and her soap star boyfriend. Ana is happy to see soap star Rodolpho because apparently she has been carrying on some sort of texting relationship with him. When they come face to face Rodolpho tells Ana it’s nice to meet her and kisses her on the cheek. Ha! What does THAT mean? Ana mentions something about herself and Rodolpho to Joanna who whispers it to someone else and the next thing you know there is a hubbub around the party as to whether or not Karent and Rodolpho are actually a couple. Adriana, for one, is confused because she KNOWS that Karent and Rodolpho are a couple. Will this mystery ever be solved?
In other drama, Romain texts Joanna something bad about Marta (I didn’t quite catch what) and Marta sees the text and starts to cry. She tells the other girls that Romain will tell her she looks fat when she leaves the house. You know, all three people in that household sound miserable and like people to be avoided at all costs. Meanwhile, Elsa faints. Or at least falls down on the floor. Someone calls 911 and Elsa is taken away by a bunch of blurred faces on a stretcher. Hopefully to a burn specialist. Well done, Elsa! The focus came right back around to you!
Somewhere in Miami an actual emergency goes unaided.
This season you can pop some popcorn to watch lots of old ladies strutting their surgically enhanced butts in string bikinis, the proverbial girls-trip-turned-giant-cat-fight, and a completely contrived rivalry between “New Miami Money” and “Old Miami Money.” Mostly you can expect to continually see faces stretched so thin on facial bone that no expression is possible. I’m pretty sure we eventually get to fisticuffs. Tarts and Doofuses! I’m calling it now.
So what do you all think of the new cast? Anyone got a hankering for some plastic surgery?
Thanks for reading!