Amy and Wendy are very close, and Amy says she doesn’t blame her mom for getting them into such a dangerous life. After reading the book, she thinks Wendy didn’t know the extent of her father’s hijinks until later on. Wendy reveals that once she was almost killed, ending up with 95 stitches on the side of her face. (Best Disfigurement?) Amy ends this segment by ridiculously opining that if the mob ever kidnapped her, she’s so annoying that they’d bring her back in 15 minutes just to be rid of her. Yeah, sure; that’s how they get rid of people.
Oh yay, it’s Lana’s office.
Anyone surprised to see a Hummer parked out front?
Lana runs a company called Billionaire Mafia.
Only $999,999,000 more dollars and I can join!
Lana is in her office with her business partner, Tracey, talking about one of their clients, Catalina, a female mixed martial arts fighter. She says she does more in one day than she thinks most people do in a month as they show her moving a post-it note from one folder into another, and then moving it back to the first folder. Hard work indeed!
Lana and Tracey manage Catalina’s contracts and negotiations. Lana tells her assistant that Catalina’s coach better get on board or they’re going to have to go down to the gym and crack some heads. I’m paraphrasing. While they’re discussing Catalina’s upcoming fight, Lana’s assistant interrupts to let Lana know Alicia’s on the phone. Lana’s response? “Ewww.”
Lana interviews that she doesn’t know why Alicia would be calling, and that if she’s looking for management she’s sorry but they don’t “represent reptiles.” Look, I get not loving the ex-pageant chick, but the arbitrary name calling is really annoying. There also seems to be a lot of pot-kettle going on here.
This is not a face that hasn’t seen a lift
Via speakerphone, Alicia sing-songily asks if they can try and find some common ground after their confrontation at Lori’s wine tasting. They agree to meet the next day, one on one. Lana says “I’ll send you the location” and quickly hangs up. Rude. She says she’s trying to play nice because “every lizard deserves a second chance.” I think she doesn’t know what “playing nice” means. She tells Tracey that she’ll give Alicia 10 minutes, tops; “you know how I roll. Whatever.” Yes, we do – in a Hummer using outdated cliches and calling people names. Pleasant!
After the commercial, we finally catch up with Lori. She’s in Ron’s office discussing her company Rain cosmetics, which has been around for almost four years. Lori and Ron get into a really strange argument about the company tagline. Lori insists the tagline should be “Better Than Beautiful.” Ron seems to agree, but he’s put together some promotional materials that read “Because You Are Better Than Beautiful.” Lori hates it and they go back and forth, both standing their ground. Is this Lori’s company or Ron’s?
Sort of seems like Ron’s running this show…
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