And we’re back with Ari and Amber. Ari says Barry just got out of the hospital. They had been – ahem – intimate, and Barry got a blinding headache and then had the stroke. Amber thinks this is funny, and says it was a compliment to Ari. Not surprisingly, Ari doesn’t see it that way. However, Ari shares that she and Amber are getting closer and could end up being very good friends. Well, until Amber turns on you.
Your laughing at my husband’s stroke will make this next part so much easier.
Ari then segues into fees, explaining the medical bills are very high. She can no longer afford to pay $35 an hour, and asks Amber to consider cutting her rate. Amber proposes $30, and Ari responds that she’s more comfortable with $25. Amber shares that Ari spends “$10,000 a week” and that she can surely afford $10 more an hour. Oh Amber. Of course Ari can. But you’re not worth it.
Aloud, Amber says she accepts Ari’s offer “because I love you guys”. Ari says everyone is suffering, which causes Amber to immediately remark again on her repo. Sad horns. Ari then offers the use of one of her cars. But . . . if Amber is already renting a car, what’s the issue? I don’t get it. Ari is being nice, but Amber should be saying no. Blurred lines and all that. Then there’s some joking about Amber not valeting her Dodge, which Amber will twist later on.
We now see Amanda and Lucy going to get colonics. Miss Hick Town is all agog over doing something all those fancy Beverly Hills women do. We actually see the colonic starting. What is UP with this show? Lucy stays in the room with Amanda to give support, while some Russian woman sticks what looks like a thick candle taper up Amanda’s butt. And no, I didn’t include a screenshot of that because it was uber gross. Don’t know about you, but when I need a “colonic” I just eat a bran muffin. Delicious and also costs way less than the “spa”. Also, I can keep my clothes on.
Calgon, take me away!
Over at the Margolis’,
Eve Harrington Scott is continuing his campaign to win over the family. He washes his car with the kids. I mean they assist him, not that he used them as sponges. Although that would be interesting. Scott shares that kids need to respect the nanny from the get-go. Cindy says Chore Day was the best idea ever in her house. Later, we see Scott feeding the kids that snack of champions, Nutella.
We return to Scott demonstrating more kid management. I mean that sincerely, he’s doing a good job at that. If only America’s parents would do the same. Cindy then sits down with Scott and says she doesn’t want him to leave in a couple of months. He says at the current time he wants to be there. Cindy then gives him a hug. She’s wearing a lovely leopard-print robe. Brings out the cougar in her, I guess.
Hey! Let’s open a car wash! You kids need to pull your own weight around here.