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LuAnn brings up her mother and her Indian heritage. Carole had given some side eye before the Indian remark, but after the countess says it, Carole is visibly perturbed. Sonja thought Lu was an Aborigine and had to Google it. Multiple people were throwing around their gross ignorance and opinions, but when Pepe le Pew used the word “savages” the table became unusually quiet.
LuAnn said her father referred to himself as American Indian, and Carole tries to correct her. This just wound up LuAnn to start acting out–including making reference to scalping–which further outrages politically correct Carole. There are arguments for both American Indian and Native American, and an even greater argument to recognize by tribe or nation, but for purposes of the recap, what was said is what is written.
Sonja upped the banter when she said that Lu’s family didn’t scalp people, they just burned down their houses. Carole was willing to give Sonja a pass, so it seems like Carole is still not completely over Lu borrowing dresses from her friend. What was inarguably distasteful and deserving of a scalping was Lu sharing that Pepe calls Lu his wild Indian. The world is simply not ready to hear your pillow talk, Lu…not now, not ever.
Ramona and Mario did not appreciate Pepe le Pew’s wine game played at Ramona’s expense on a prior episode, so they have brought along an expensive bottle of Château Margaux to show their good taste in
money wine. Pepe is very complimentary of their selection and thanks them for sharing it.
Unfortunately, Mary-O takes that opportunity to turn an uncharacteristically classy moment into an ass-reaming of Jacques about what he did with the Ramona Pinot Grigio at his wine tasting. Lu and Sonja jump up like their chairs are on fire and head to the bathroom, leaving poor little Pepe to bend over and face the music. Mario stood up for his wife–an admirable, if unexpected trait among this bunch. Peace pipe, anyone?
Aviva and her oldest son get together with her ex-husband and Harrison’s father, the infamous Harry Do-them. Harry is investing in “Poopy the Pig” and Harrison helped with Poopy the Pig’s secret weapon, the “butt dance”. Harry’s talents in the real estate world, bedroom, and bubble bath are well-known, but now he is allowing his “creative juices to flow” and is hoping Poopy the Pig will become an app and beyond.