But the biggest disappointment of this episode is not Marysol’s lack of taste, but the fact that her lunch with Elsa following her talk with Phillippe is Elsa’s only appearance this episode. Depsite Elsa’s annoyance that her daughter is wearing leopard print and so is she, all the women do is discuss how happy Marysol is and then call Phillippe and invite him to The Patton Group’s 10th Anniversary party. Elsa deserves better.
But, to make up for it, I get to watch an incredibly graphic segment featuring DAYSY’S LIPOSUCTION. Like, so graphic I’m seeing WHAT THEY SUCK OUT. WHO THE FUCK SAID THIS WAS ACCEPTABLE??!! Because Daysy wasn’t creepy enough, she creepily creeps that she wants Lisa to be in the operating room when Lenny completes Daysy’s, 18th liposuction procedure. Lenny could not be more uncomfortable with this situation, to the point that he’s actually pretty terse and annoyed with Lisa and her ludicrous questions. Just imagine a Playboy Bunny observing an operation and what kind of questions she would ask. Considering that is the reality of this situation, whatever you imagine will be accurate. I have a feeling that when Lenny cheats, it’s going to be with someone older.
However, the lack of Elsa in this episode is balanced by the amount of high as fuck Daysy pre and post surgery. There has not been a funnier stoned former alcoholic on television since the last season of Celebrity Rehab: Sober House.
Once Lisa’s done squeeing all over her husband sucking the fat out of Daysy’s well-traveled thighs, she heads out to meet Joanna at Lea’s Beauty…care… offices. Lea’s invited Joanna and Lisa there to see the independent life she led before becoming Mrs. Black, and the maintenance of said life that has continued and flourished since marrying Roy. And, Gasmii, check this shit out.
….I’m impressed. Lea interviews that she wants to inspire Lisa to create a life outside of Lenny’s world, and maybe give the younger woman something to think about something besides not having a baby. I’m not sure what Joanna’s doing there. Set dressing? She’s probably used to that. Lisa’s hilariously surprised that Lea didn’t just marry well, but instead made a good deal of money on her own first. Lea, because she’s the best sport that ever lived, isn’t offended at Lisa’s incredibly stupid remark.
The meeting does the trick, though, and Lisa reveals that she’s always been inspired to work in fitness and nutrition. Apparently people ask her all the time how she keeps herself up so well, and she’s developed a love of teaching people how to eat right and stay in shape. She did not develop the understanding that plastic surgery looks weird on someone below thirty nor the understanding that no one thinks exercise and eating right are why the wife of a plastic surgeon looks so good.
That’s not natural.