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Moley jumps in to assert that Blowsie is just running her oversized gums, “Nothing that came outta that mouth tonight was important.” It’s at this point that Blowsie (who is apparently still conscious and laying less than 20 feet away through an open doorway) leaps back up and starts ranting at them for talking shit about her. She accuses them of having “panties in a bunch” because she called them boring, and can’t believe how oversensitive they’re being…
that part where I said “Fuck you guys” was meant as a friendly remark, jeez!
Nobody brings that up, but Moley does push back a little, telling Blowsie there’s no need to call anybody names, and pointing out that nobody had really called her any names, either (well, other than “loud” and “obnoxious”, but those are more like adjectives than Proper Nouns, so technically he’s right). Unfortunately, this was the wrong tack to take with Blowsie, because she instantaneously explodes right back: “‘Boring’ is not a name! If I want to call you an asshole, that’s a name, ok? If I want to call you a douchebag, that’s a name! And I’m just saying, this tree right here? (*gestures angrily to thighs*) You don’t wanna bark up, MICAH! Ok?!?!?”…
And she doesn’t stop there, cuz bitch is on a roll! “Alright, because see, this right here? Knows who she is! You (*gestures to Moley*) are hiding in a closet!” Then she stomps away, muttering a bunch more “fuck you”s and calling them assholes…
leaving everyone to bask in the warm residue of her joyous mirth
Ok, there was so much that’s wrong with what just happened, but first I feel I must point out that just because you are gay, it doesn’t make it cool to try and out someone on national television. And if that wasn’t Blowsie’s intent, then she clearly meant that comment in the pejorative sense, which is extra-mega-ultra-not-cool. Also, way to fall right into the stereotype of the angry violent lesbiana, Blowsie, you’re well on your way to earning some kind of GLAAD award acting like that. For his part, Moley seems unperturbed by her outburst, joking about the notion that he’s a gay man hiding in the closet (while surreptitiously playing footsie under the table with StacheBear).
Meanwhile, Blowsie’s complaining to Sir Barts-a-lot (who didn’t see or hear the actual argument, so I’m pretty sure he’s getting an accurate impression of it from Blowsie alone) and he’s telling her not to let it get to her, which makes me wonder…
why isn’t Blowsie calling him a closet case for that pink-and-lime paisley number he’s got on?