After an “only in BH” montage, talk turns, as it always does, to excrement and there’s a discussion of colonics. Lucy says she felt the BH women had some “inner secret” and she wanted some of that. Not so much an inner secret once the colonic is done, is it?
Then the discussion turns to hair extensions, and everyone makes fun of Ari. We learn that Little Miss Hick Town pays $40 for a haircut and uses Sun-In on her hair, and that when she had the makeover a couple of eps back, they only colored the bottom 2 inches of her hair so she could keep using the Sun-In. I totally did not realize they still sold Sun-In, or that anyone used it. It apparently comes in “Tropical Breeze” and “Lemon Fresh”. I have Miss Hick Town pegged as a Lemon Fresh gal, what do you think?
Now we discuss money – what’s next, religion? – and Kristin confirms she’s an avaricious bitch. I may have paraphrased there. Amber talks about how Kristin scoffed at a pizza and movie rental date Amber had. To be fair, that’s not really a date. I wonder if this guy even knew Amber, or if she just bumped into him at Blockbuster and he couldn’t shake her.
And now we begin to discuss Ari’s wedding, and specifically the Minaj interview. We now learn what we had suspected, Minaj doesn’t know who the hell Amber is, and there was never an “interview” per se. It’s apparently part of Amber’s second job, which Kristin calls a “hype crowd girl”, which predictably offends Amber. Gotta say, Kristin’s right on this one. And yes, hell didjust freeze over. Kristin ends this segment by saying Amber’s character sucks. Eloquent as always, our skanky little carrot.
And ladylike, too. Why, I can almost see her parasites.
We return to the nannies and the moms. Ross asks what makes a BH mom so different and Ari says it’s because they are so busy shopping and such. Or money, that’s my answer. They discuss Ari’s hair, and she says she fired her hair stylist after the series started to air. For some reason, Drunky whispers that Ari’s hair is a wig. Ross then brings up wages, and asks Miss Hick Town if she’s still making $15 an hour; she is. Heif says $15 is the going rate among her circle for nannies. Justin says they shouldn’t consider any other industry when employing a domestic or nanny, and it’s hard for a nanny to hear the employer can only pay $15 when that employer is wearing designer clothes. Good point.
They then question Heif about the beer she drank, and she explains she has one, only at the end of the day, as it supposedly helps the milk or the quantity or something. She goes on to slam Justin’s perceived inadequacies. So it’s same old Heif.
Looking a tad wistful. You miss Justin, don’t you?
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