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We begin with everyone packing for Biminy, each lady a little nervous about what the weekend will hold. Marysol has invited Elsa over for a sleepover, and Elsa is sleeping in a floor-length fur. Because what else would she sleep in? Apparently Marysol keeps her apartment really cold like, once a week for some kind of treatment. I think my mom used to do that, and the treatment was called “saving money on the gas bill by wearing a damn sweater.” In retaliation for such treatments, my apartment is a balmy 75 at any given time.
Lea’s packing, too, and her closet/dressing apartment makes me want to start some kind of pyramid scheme so that I may better afford one, but do exactly as much work as she did to get it. James comes over to
offer horrible hat choices help, but really just talk about Marysol and his unsatisfactory meeting. James explains that he wanted Marysol to admit what she had done so they could move forward and start “anew.” Objection – word use. But, according to him, as soon as he got out his “list” Marysol started blathering on about how she didn’t want to go over stuff in the past. The whole thing was a wash. Or James is delusional. You decide! Lea, of course, takes James’ side, and interviews that she learned a long time ago that Marysol isn’t interested in apologizing or dredging up the past. James wants to know why Lea wants to go to Biminy and even deal with Marysol, and apparently Lea wants to exhaust every possible opportunity to make up so that when she talks shit about Marysol later on, she can say she did everything she could to have repaired the relationship. Been there.
Also, Lea flat out says that she doesn’t think anything is going to be resolved on the island, but there’s gonna be a ton of drama in the trying, and she’s wouldn’t miss that for the damn world. Ha!
At Joanna’s, she’s
throwing clothes into a big pile on her bed packing, and Romain comes in to chat. He’s so cute, Gasmii!! He’s all, “Can I come?” and I don’t think for a minute he’s serious. None of the actual women invited want to go on this trip, why the fuck would he? But, Joanna’s all, “NO! I’m using this trip to figure out if I still wanna be almost married to you!” and the tone of their conversation becomes significantly less playful. Despite all of her assurances that things are getting better between the two, Joanna’s still hurt by the infamous, centuries-old emails and text messages Romain engaged in, so she’s taking the trip to do some much-needed thinking about their relationship. Objection – bullshitting.
Wanna know what I think? I think Joanna thought things were magically all better because she hadn’t gotten in a drunken fight in a couple of days. But Romain’s not there, yet, and when she tried to have sex with him last night, he didn’t want to. That’s what I think.