Previously: there was an episode less than a week ago, so my fingers fell off from so much writing.
We pick up right where we left off, with Marta, stoned out of her mind, telling Joanna that his accusation of relations with both sisters is indeed, half true. Joanna can’t believe her ears and is way less concerned at the possibility of statutory rape than how she looks like an idiot for screaming to the whole party that she and Marta would never, COULD never sleep with Joe Francis. Inside, Lea’s munching on crudite to calm her nerves, and Joe Francis is popping champagne, trying to pretend like he’s not enjoying every minute. Lea interviews that she doesn’t give a flying fuck who Joanna and Marta flying fucked, but she thinks the information shouldn’t have been made public for Romain’s sake. Whom she blames for that, Karen’t or Joe, isn’t really clear.
What is clear? Romain is officially one of the girls – instead of confronting Joe and telling the slimy shit to button it from here on out, he’s outside with Lenny relaying the whole story. I swear Lenny’s thinking to himself, “I bet I could use this guy’s apartment for my money bin. Everyone is poorer than me!”
Back at the party, Lea comes outside to comfort the sisters and offer support. She repeats that Romain is the real victim, and Joanna, recognizing a much more legitimate reason to be upset, enthusiastically agrees. They’re having problems and this isn’t what they NEED right now! Does she go out to check on him, though? Nope. Now it’s time to talk about FUR!
I want some fucking Doritos.
Marysol comes into view in her centuries old maybe-fur, and Joanna finds another reason to drink more and behave like an asshole. Personally, I don’t care much about fur to begin with – I’m of the “Let’s solve world hunger and cancer and AIDS in Africa before we solve saving useless, bitey creatures like minks,” but that’s just me. For the sake of argument, though – if your fur is old, wear the shit out of it. Those animals died before anyone told us to care, so no harm, no foul. Joanna clearly doesn’t see it that way.
Meanwhile, Karen’t’s talking to Beau someone who used to be on “Big Brother,” and interviews that people might think her a tattletale, but she just tries to protect her friends. She claims that if people didn’t like her defending Joanna, they shouldn’t have been “talking bad about her.” Karen’t, that’s kinda not the same thing as what you did. You ferreted out the information and then delivered – it was almost a one-woman job. Think about that. As for Marysol, it was purely from a place of warning and defense that Karen’t scuttled over to the fur-wearing devil-child and blabbed. Apparently Karen’t wanted to give Marysol the chance to “respect” Joanna’s beliefs. I honestly think Karen’t believes what she’s saying, but I can never decide whom l like less – manipulative people or stupid people, so I’m still not sure how I feel about her.