Aviva announces that everyone needs to thank Reid for getting her there. Seems like that’s really for his wife to do. Should the butler and chef come out to thank him for bringing Aviva there so that they can serve her pink champagne and spring rolls? The ladies go ahead and thank Reid for bringing Aviva, though, and he moves on to conducting business in their room.
We’re here! I want marching bands and ticker tape…NOW!
Aviva is getting the rundown on what’s been going on over the past couple of days. She seems to have a chip on her shoulder about the Naked Noodle Nymphettes. When Ramona loudly asks where Mary-O and Pepe le Pew are–perturbed that a husband is now in the cougar den–it looks like Ramona is on Aviva’s last nerve and stomping the hell out of it.
Aviva brings up the fact that Reid talked to Mary-O about attending, but Ramona didn’t feel like it would be fair to the other ladies if she brought Mary-O. Aviva’s reading between the lines, but Sonja speaks up and spells it out that the ladies have been talking about Reid being there and some of them are not pleased. Aviva once again tells the ladies that they need to go thank Reid because she had to beg him to bring her. They already thanked him. Zip it.
Do albatrosses transmit STDs?
Aviva thinks the other ladies were begging her to come on the trip, but it seemed like they were encouraging her to try to work through her fears and phobias. Clearly, they know they can have a good time whether or not she joins them. Her demanding that the ladies thank Reid over and over is bizarre and out of hand. Would Reid even want anyone disturbing him while he’s trying to do work? Really?
Aviva’s getting annoyed and confronting Ramona about not wanting Reid there, but she doesn’t like it when Ramona yells back at her. Once again, Aviva tells them they need to go running up to Reid, throw their arms around him, and drool all over him for bringing “their friend” to ruin the trip. First, Reid made it clear he needs to get some work done and doesn’t want to be involved with the ladies. Second, does she really want them hanging all over her husband?
I’m innocent of everything and have nothing to confess to.
While it would normally seem a little over the top, Ramona’s yelling “Take a Xanax!” “Calm down!” seems completely appropriate. Aviva does a hair flip and tells Ramona she doesn’t need Pinot Grigio or a Xanax, she needs her husband. Lu steps in and throws them under the bus reminding them that they were asking how they were going to tell Albatross to leave. He’s going to eat all of the fish, for goodness sake. Albatrosses have huge appetites for seafood.
Take a Xanax! Calm down…like me!