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We return for some Adriana time. And you know what? She’s got a Dali. She pronounces it “Da-LEE.” She’s loaning it to an art event thing. I refuse to say anything else about this segment because there was virtually no other reason for its existence. Take that, Bravo.
At said event, all the ladies except Karent and Marysol show up, because Marysol’s sick and Adriana didn’t invite Karent. Ha! I mean, I think she’s overreacting, but not inviting someone to your event because you don’t want to be around them is the super-mature way to deal with not liking someone. Go Adriana. For now. As for Marysol, the fact that she’s not there gives Lea and James (Elaine Notindrag) something to talk about for the entire evening. It’s mostly James’ beef – the red carpet incident has now turned into Marysol badmouthing James and trying to screw him out of work. Ana, in an attempt to defend Marysol for reasons she doesn’t really understand, mentions that Marysol believes Lea is doing the same thing to Marysol’s professional reputation. Lea mostly just sits back and lets James do the talking, which he is more than happy to do. He claims that poor performance is what’s bad for Marysol’s reputation, and snarks that she’s an event planner, not the PR maven she’d have people believe she is. Shedding a little light on the situation, Lea claims that Marysol wasn’t asked back to work for the Black Gala because the company “dropped the ball,” and that if Marysol has something to say to Lea, she should just say it, not use Ana as a go-between. I just dropped my remote, but I can’t find it for all the bullshit that’s filling up my apartment watching this nonsense.
Alexia, whom I like more and more, tells James that it really isn’t like Marysol to go around badmouthing people, and leaves when Lea and James won’t let up on her friend. Rock on, Alexia. The more I watch, the more it becomes clear that Lea and James are, in fact, miracles of science. They are the oldest, ugliest, wealthiest high-school students I’ve ever had the displeasure of writing about. And frankly, as fan of drag queens not only for their inherent fabulosity and comedic talent, but also for their general kindness and graciousness, Elaine Lancaster can suck my d***. Her priorities are as wackadoo as her tie.
Marysol’s not the only one hung out to dry tonight, though. The inevitable Karent bitchfest begins, and Adriana flips into overdrive. Someone mentions her absence or something, and Adriana reenacts the entire Tweet/photo situation for Ana, Lea and Lisa’s benefit. I use term “reenact” loosely. Adriana does this weird, Methhead Barbie act when showing the ladies how Karent behaved with both artists, and I think we can all agree Karent wasn’t that bad. But, Karent’s already annoyed Lea, and Ana certainly has no love for her, so the only one to jump to Karent’s defense is Lisa, who tries to say that Karent was just being nice and polite. But Adriana’s on a crazy train that has pulled FAR away from the station, so Lisa’s protestations go unnoticed. Lisa interviews that she doesn’t feel comfortable talking about people in general when they can’t defend themselves, and it’s especially awkward now because Karent’s her friend. I don’t know what Lisa thought was going to happen on this show, but she better get comfortable talking some shit or her tenure as cast member is going to be as short as she is.