Amy goes over to Lana’s house because she heard there was some s**t that needed stirring. She spills the beans that Alicia accused Lana of sleeping with her trainer. The look on Lana’s face almost looks guilty but you never know. She’s appalled, but not at the mention of her alleged infidelity. She explains if she were to screw around it wouldn’t be with a trainer, icky. He’d have to have a title; “you don’t f**k down a class.” Speaking of Lana’s monopoly on class, her dogs, cats and monkeys pee on the couch so much she’s had to replace it several times… I just feel like a normal person would be insulted about the cheating not who it was with. Then again normal people don’t own monkeys.
Jen comes to hang out with Lana mainly as a messenger that the cocktail party (now wine tasting) is a ruse to get her and Alicia in he same room. They shoot pool and talk relationships. Jen puts her hubby 3rd after kids and her work. Lana and victor put each other first and Lana pretends like she has sex 5 hours at a time. This leads me to believe she has no sex and therefore no realistic concept of how long people actually do it. Lana’s house is like a gaudy TGI Fridays there is so much s**t on the wall. She’s got a dragon statue, I have no words.
Lana thinks Jen is interesting and wants to really get to know her. I’m thinking Lana is intrigued by Jen’s genuine personality; she’s probably never met anyone like this. Also, production made her say this.
Medium Tim shows up and Amy, the smart little whippersnapper she is, didn’t even give him her last name so he couldn’t research her and scam his way through this séance. He didn’t seem thrown by the camera crew so I bet he had a few clues to go on if he wanted to. Tim is getting some good communiqué with the other side in the basement. Tom choked a guy to death and got away with it here!! And pointed at the next room and said “pop pop” OMG!!! Wait… what? I don’t know what that second thing even means but Amy is having a stroke. She’s crying all over her lovely ensemble of a cable knit sweater, fishnets and boots. I don’t know how anyone is keeping a straight face with her antics. Tom apologizes for his ruthless lifestyle and blames his ego. Amy is happy the medium fabricated her father’s regret / apology.
Jen and Marco are out at dinner. She’s trying to make time for him but its tough when a high stakes poker game could break out at any moment. I had no idea poker emergencies existed. Marco is sweet; he’s even more genuine than Jen. He wants to get their vows renewed on their anniversary and he wants to get a hotel room tonight. I don’t want to make fun of them.