Last Call for Drag Queens
Here we are… another week of Carrie… lying to her Dad. Her Dad drops her off at the law office – where is USED to have her internship- she goes in the revolving door and comes right back out and goes to her new internship at Interview Magazine.
This happened at my office today too
Hmmm, it’s like Cher’s bedroom circa 1987.
Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves? Yeah they are under the covers somewhere
(I’m kidding, I love Cher. Btw, my husband, who is British, calls her “Chur.” He can’t put together that “Ch” could be pronounce “Sh.” He also calls Amish- AAA-mish.” Same reasoning. A = AAA not A= Ahhhh. Yeah, I know, he’s a lunatic.)
At Interview, Carrie is helping Larissa with a photoshoot. They happen upon Bennet (the Children of the Corn dude from Halloween) and he’s fighting with a Macintosh (Generation 1 computer)- Carrie comes along and tells him to eject the floppy disk out of the disk drive – he looks at her like she has 3 heads – so she ejects the floppy for him. She really saved the day!!
Carrie seems like she is having fun and it is all consuming… but she still has time to think about Sebastian.
At school, Sebastian catches up with Mouse and ask her how Carrie is doing- as she exited the dance pretty quickly after she realized he was staring at her like a fat kid looks at pizza. Mouse wonders why, if Sebastian is so happy with Donna, does he even care what Carrie does??? Sebastian confesses he wants to break up with Donna.
No one has EVER broken up with Super Vixen Donna LaDonna.
Nobody messes with a Super Vixen
Mouse confides in Sebastian that Carrie and George, the backseat groper, are dunzo…
Over in “Friend of DorothyLand,” Walt is telling Mags the plan for “The Junior / Senior Lock-in,” but Mags is preoccupied with the lies she has told Walt, and her cheating. Donna knows all and is dying to tell everyone Mags’s secret. Mags is about to tell Walt everything when Mouse interrupts with the breaking news of the impending Sebastian / Donna break-up.
Welcome to Dumpsville, Population: You
Sebastian tells Donna that he wants to break up. Donna blasters a brave face on over her pillow-lips and says “We both knew this was fizzling. But can we wait until after the “lock-in” to tell people?” Donna is in charge of the lock-in and she although she always has everyone’s attention and admiration, she doesn’t want anyone’s pity. So it would be better to wait until after the “Lock-in” to dash the romantic hopes and dreams of Castlebury High. (Speaking of Castlebury, Castlebury always makes me think of Florence Jean Castleberry… aka Flo from Mel’s Diner.)
Kiss My Grits!