How could the trip have been one of the worst times in her whole life? How does one quantify such misery, lack of carefree fun, and anxiety? Did she see the Noodle Nymphettes having fun and had to suck all fun into her gaping black maw of despair and insecurity?
When Aviva tells Heather all of the things she had hoped the trip would be–spa treatments, meals, bonding, 150 % attention spotlights on her–Heather lets her know that all of that stuff happened until Aviva arrived. Aviva wants Heather to admit that RamonJa partied too hard and are “insane”, but Heather just calls them party girls. Aviva pulls out the bully card, claiming that RamonJa bullied her, a woman that screeched and screamed, calling Ramona and Sonja white trash.
Aviva says that if they’d only apologize and “own it”, Aviva could move on because she DOESN’T hold grudges, NOT EVEN FOR A MINUTE. Aviva went through so much with RamonJa in Miami, and Heather has no idea all that Aviva has endured. Heather will never understand all that Aviva had to put up with in Miami because Aviva excluded Heather from that trip. Heather’s finally had enough and tells Aviva that she’s being “me, me, me”. Holla!
The pink ones smell like boysenberry.
While shopping, Carole confides in Aviva that she’s smoking pink cigarettes. They bond over their mutual love of Diet Coke, cigarettes, and huffing Sharpies.
RamonJa don’t always need to go out on the town to have a good time, so this evening, Sonja is entertaining Ramona in bed. Luckily, the new-ish intern can make tea since she’s from Belgium. Sonja’s nervous about a face-to-face meeting with her ex-husband since she hasn’t been in a meeting with him since 2006. Remember, she’s not a double-facer. While they’re divorced, the settlement was never finalized.
Remain calm. This is Ramona’s “worried” face.
Sonja’s ex likes a put-together woman, so she’s going to have to be impeccable…with some décolleté…and a suit. This is more than a little painful and pitiful. Ramona is worried about Sonja. They truly are RamonJa. Sonja’s ex doesn’t make eye contact with her, but it’s obvious that Sonja wants to be seen and still has feeling for her ex. She’s hoping they can become friends like they used to be, and wants to be remembered like she was in her prime.
Sorry, Sonja, dude has moved on, and he ain’t no Jack Sparrow, anyway. Move on and move up, guurrlll, you strong, white trash woman!
Money problems have been plaguing Sonja since the failed movie lawsuit. If a divorce settlement isn’t worked out soon, Sonja’s afraid that she could lose her home.
From comfy bed to enemy lines, Sonja meets Aviva for dinner. In her interview, Aviva says that she has a hard time forgiving Ramona, but feels sorry for Sonja. What did Aviva smoke on the way there? Aviva tells Sonja that she loves her and finds her to be the most compassionate in the bunch. Bunch of what? Toothless folks in the trailer park drankin’ moonshine and smacking away on bologna sammiches?
Are you readyyyyy to rummmmblllllle?!