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Previously – Rodolpho lead Karent to believe that Ana was all up in his business and he wanted no part of it, then he pretended not to know her later on. Lea bought a new house and got nosy about who bought the better one down the block. That person turned out to be Lisa, whom Lea “snubbed,” later on. Marysol needed a psychic to tell her new females meant new drama, and Elsa fell down. All in all, solid Season 2 Opener.
This week gets started in Ana’s kitchen with Alexia and her sharing coffee and dishing about the previous night’s antics. They indulge in a pretense of concern over Elsa before giggling about how the older woman was worried about her hair after the fall, but then move onto the really important stuff – Rodolpho pretended not to know Ana when he saw her last night!
The women both agree that Karent is possessive of her boyfriend and extremely guarded. Both women are polite, and I think Alexia’s being genuine when she says they should give Karent a chance, but it’s clear to me that Ana’s picturing crushing Karent’s head between her boobs, I don’t think it has anything to do with Rodolpho.
Speak of the devils, we head over to Karent’s neck of the woods where she and Rodolpho are getting a couple’s massage. Rodolpho makes some lame jokes about getting a happy ending, and the segment turns into another one of those awkward ones that make me wonder why these women want me to watch them almost have sex with their partners (I’m looking at you, Tamra Barney). Karent tells Rodolpho that this is a “unique” massage, which is why he thought there’d be something kinky involved (so did I, to be honest), but it turns out that they just get covered in rose petals and face gel. Then Karent starts talking about marriage. Rodolpho says it’s not the right time for them and feigns sleep. Kinda don’t blame him. Dude’s not in town very often and instead of nookie, he gets taken to a massage parlor to get covered in plants and goo and roped into marriage talk. I wonder if he’s dreaming about a giant set of teeth chasing him around a rose garden.
Surprisingly, the Hochsteins’ segment I actually enjoy. Lisa shows up to Lenny’s office with a bunch of pictures of herself in hand to offset any temptation he might have touching boobs all day. It seems pretty staged – mostly because Lenny laughs through the entire thing and Lisa’s a pretty shitty actress. She faux complains about how much space his diplomas take up and the fact that he’s got a picture of his ex-girlfriend hanging (okay, that was legitimate bullshit), then sits in his lap and pretends to be a naughty patient. It’s weird, Gasmii – when I see her, I really want to take a pin and poke her in the lips to see what comes out, but I don’t hate her! She ain’t the sharpest tool in the shed, nor the deepest lake in Minnesota, but she and her husband seem to enjoy each other on an honest, if materialistic level, so whatevs.