It already smelled like skank. All set.
And so we hear the second grand announcement of the Posche fashion show. She does the same suck-up routine with Ter that she did with Mel – this year they’re not invited to be unpaid models, but personal guests. Ter cheerfully informs us of how much she just loves the Posche fashion show! They always have such a great time there, she tells us.
The editors are kind enough to treat us to some flashblacks of exactly what she’s taking about. We see Moonface chasing after Danielle and ripping out her weave. We see Danielle and her crew of short men recently released from prison confront Ter. And of course, we see one of my all-time favorites – the fight over the UNATTENDED BABY. Why can’t there be more unattended babies on TV? They’re pure gold.
Ter asks who else is invited. Kim tells her about Mel, and also mentions the “issue” she had with her that may or may not be straightened out. Contrary to Kim’s actual conversation with Mel, when she was quite apologetic, Kim’s new version of the Mel apology transforms into “if she thought I did something wrong then I apologize”.
Then comes news of Jacquee and Caro’s invite. Ter rolls her eyes. They have a little laugh of Caro’s sixth grade decree of not wanting to be Ter’s friend anymore and Kim labels them now as “acquaintances”. That’s a boring label.
But Ter is not sold on the “acquaintance” thing. She flat out tells us Caro is dead to her, which is much better. It should be a Facebook relationship status. Then she calls her Mom to ask her how to say “she’s dead to me” in Italian, then off to teach her little kids some more Italian and stuff.
Next up are the Manzos. What sort of successful things are they up to today? Bottling black air? Opening clown makeup kiosks at the Garden State Mall? No, it’s breakfast at the Manzo boys’ in Hoboken. Remember, Generic Girlfriend has moved in and this is her morning audition. So far, her reviews include a lot of complaining about how the entire Hoboken hallway reeks of syrup.
Lemme tell you a-something about syrup – I don’t like it smelling up a hallway.
Let’s stuff her in the truck of the car and fill it with syrup.
That sounds fair.
They arrive at the apartment and wow those Manzos are a tough crowd. It’s all very awkward. Chris offers them some sort of cocktail he brands the Manzolini. Oh, so that’s the next Manzo success. I imagine it to taste of carbonated sweat, with a hint of pepperoni.
Albie tries to smooth things over with a speech about their strong family bond. Then they pass around English muffin sandwiches and if there’s one thing that relaxes old Tiny Manzo it’s food. Lauren is downright jubilant.
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