Aviva offers to share her designers with all of the ladies. The “Yeah, whatevers” can be heard around the world. This is all probably a dig at Ramona who wouldn’t share her designer with Lu in a previous season. Lu thinks Carole is jealous that Lu was friendly friend jumping. After all, how is a girl to meet new friends she can jump?
It’s not lip injections, it’s a bong accident.
Sonja points out that Carole’s friend thought Lu looked great in the jewelry and clothes, so Carole comes across as petty. She needs to let her friends fight their own jumpers.
Things get a little heated, so Andy seeks out fashion etiquette advice from Heather. Heather’s gangsta chic reply is that it’s a pain in the ass to get friend jumped, especially from behind. Sonja nods knowingly.
Carole catches more heat for being mean girl behind the backs of the other ladies, but never to their faces. Carole doesn’t feel like she’s ever malicious, but just always
Andy gives Carole a viewer question about why she doesn’t use her princess title. Carole explains that she lives in America, is a product of the American dream, goes to tractor pulls, shops at Wal-Mart, and wouldn’t think of putting herself on the level of Honey Boo Boo. But the truth is, Carole doesn’t want to have to fight Honey Boo Boo for her tiara.
Who is wearing the latest from Wal-Mart?
Next montage is all things Harry. He’s internationally
loathed loved, but his true lust is expensive sandwiches at The Golden Pear. Mmmmm! Sandwiches. So luxurious and…expensive.
If you weren’t so scared of arugula, you’d love Harry and his Golden Pear sandwiches.
Aviva denies Sonja’s accusation of being responsible for talking about Harry to news outlets. Sonja stands her ground and doesn’t back down from whatever feces Aviva wants to throw her way. Howler monkeys fighting over a mate would be only slightly more entertaining, but would run afoul of SPCA guidelines. Having people tear each other up, however, is fine and humane and frankly, funny.
I made it very clear that my Chatty Kathy leg was responsible for leaking those stories.
The third batch of clips is a leg-tage of Aviva’s legs and her many, many, many evolving phobias. Plenty of giggles on the old school couch when Aviva says her phobias only affect her flying and dealing with heights.
I told you I have a fear of questions, so stop it right now.
Aviva describes her gruesome accident and anxieties, getting all hoarse saying she can’t fly with her daughter to Paris. Hopefully, she will stop talking about her childhood accident and let some new tragic catastrophe define who she is and how she lives her life.