Welcome to Episode 5 of Celebrity Apprentice. If you have actually been watching the show, that is ten hours of your life that you will never get back again. How sad for you.
I, on the other hand, have no choice. Since this is the only thing I have even remotely resembling a job right now, The Professor chains me to a chair, pries my eyes open and positions me in front of a tv every Sunday night after the Amazing Race.
Not the Donald! Please don’t make me look.
(P.S. Congrats on your Hollywood star, Malcolm!)
In any event, for what it’s worth, here is this week’s summation of the two hours of torture I sit through for you, the beloved readers of tvgasm.
This week, Aubrey finalized the proof that she is in fact genius. I now know this to be actually true because after one of her many hilarious and spot-on statements, my husband, the brilliant Professor, turned to me and admitted the pop star has something powerful hidden under all that fake pink hair.
Mensa approved by The Professor
This week’s episode picks up with Lisa telling her teammates they have to keep winning tasks. Patricia points out that they are going to have to change their behavior, because they are undermining their team by saying negative things about each other. She tells us in private that the problem is that the click of Aubrey and Lisa is bringing the team down. She doesn’t actually say this to the girls’ faces, because she understands that Aubrey is a diabolical genius.
This headpiece is actually a decapitating disc.
The men return from the board room and don’t seem as sad as I would have expected. They come in chanting the theme music, as they know the women are scanning their ranks to see who is left. Lisa gasps “Lou!” as he appears; baffling the women for just a moment.
Then the men congratulate the girls on beating them in a task involving cars. After everything I’ve heard (I would recommend listening to Adam Carolla’s podcast about the episode – found in reader comments on the last re-cap), I don’t really believe the women won that task. Sparky was pissed and wanted retribution; it was only a defacto win for the ladies.
That doesn’t stop Arsenio from kissing their asses, though.
Lou has trapped Tia and is counseling her on the fact that they both have to step up and fight more for themselves. As if Tia doesn’t already know this. I think Lou’s just looking for a way to connect to one of the hotties. Lou tells us he’s going to have to be the next team leader or he knows he’s gone.
The opening credits roll and I get my one moment of pleasure as I groove to The O’Jays awesome tune while I watch the Donfest imagery. For the first time I notice this:
Please tell me this is CGI and that NYC never agreed to stoop so low!
Debbie meets with the representatives of Children’s International to deliver her $50K in winnings. Happily, there are no horrific images and no tears shed during this segment. Debbie tells the reps that she’s been playing the game pretty well as she offers them the money.
Do you think Debbie also won because maybe they would rather give all that money to her charity, rather than Catholic Big Brothers (Adam’s charity)? In the 2.5 seconds of research I was willing to do, I found that Trump ditched that particular religion in the 1990′s… just a thought.
The teams are now standing in the New York Public Library and Trump walks up with a pack of subordinates. VampEric is with them this week! I guess Ivanka is still gnawing on the last bits of sinew from poor Michael Andretti and still can’t be disturbed.
Trump asks Arsenio what he thought of Adam’s choice not to bring anyone else to the boardroom. Arsenio tentatively says, “it was honorable.” Trump tells Arsenio, while it may have been honorable, it wasn’t that smart.
Crap, why can’t I ever blow the right smoke up his ass?
So Donald points out how beautiful the public library is and then decides he will demonstrate how he will use humiliation in his sex life with Dayana, once he snags her.
Bitch, on your knees and tell me what you see.
I see beauty, just like up here.
Wrong! Now crawl over here, slut.
You so do not stand a chance with me, cerdo.
Trump introduces the teams to the O’cedar representatives that have joined him and starts talking about floor cleaners.
They better not expect me to mop!
The teams this week have to create an original theme and make a video that is supposed to go viral for their newest product, the Promist spray something. They will be judged on product integration, entertainment value and brand messaging. Remember that for later.
The teams gather together to decide who their project managers are going to be and Lou tells the Unanimous team he wants to do it. Tia tells her team that her ex was in the commercial business, so she has seen it all. Then our little diabolical genius comes on and mentions that she has decided not to be product manager because the brand has been around for hundreds of years, just like Tia, so Tia is a better fit. Bwahahaha!
It’s like Wilma Flintstone and Lucille Ball’s
love child has been taken over by a mutating skin virus.
The men tell Donald that Lou will be their project manager and Sparky asks Lou how he feels about it. Lou expresses himself the best way he knows how, that is to say, he rips off his coat and does push ups.
Sparky won’t need any Viagra tonight.
The Don tells them that O’Cedar is adding an additional thirty thousand to the winning team’s already guaranteed twenty thousand. He predicts that one team will be very happy and one team will see somebody be fired. Duh! Did someone script that for him?
The men are riding back to the war room in vans and Paul admits to his fellow passengers that he doesn’t really know what viral means.
Let us all take a moment here to thank the deity of your choice that Adam is no longer on the team.
Penn explains, with the help of Dee what a viral video is and the men start to talk concepts. Naturally, Lou wants to star in whatever they come up with, and this time, because he’s the project manager, his team finally won’t be able to say no.
The women of Forte have been allowed to abandon their cool car/dumb car conflict, now that the show gave Ford their minvan product placement on the last task. But now that they are all in one van, there are new problems arising. For instance, Dayana is in the very back shouting out ideas to the girls in front.
How about a pregnant Cinderella whose
water breaks and she shouts I’m gonna kill
you while she follows a trash truck.
“I think I might be permanently deaf in this ear from Dayana’s bad ideas.”
Aubrey tells us that for the first time, Debbie Gibson isn’t getting on her nerves. She admits that Debbie is one of the three strongest players on the team (second only to herself and Lisa). This is important news because women like to zero in on one chick to group hate and it looks like this week it will be Dayana at the bottom of the popularity ladder all by her lonesome. Debbie seems to have climbed up a couple of notches.
In the Forte war room, Tia is examining the vacuum and thinks it could be a weapon. Lisa dismisses it, pointing out that there is already a lot of ads where people fight with mops and dance with mops…. keep this in mind too.
An exec from O’Cedar shows up and asks the girls how they can make the mop sexy. Tia lights up.
I can do sexy. See?
The exec goes on to explain that they need a new catch phrase and last year their catch phrase was “dirty little secrets”. Aubrey interjects, “So it has to be something that is fun that someone my age would want to pass around.”
The O’Cedar ProMist Mop; like Herpes, only cleaner!
The exec tells the girls it is important to make it fun, but how sexy they get is up to them.
Oh, yeah. Maybe I can launch a comeback porn career after all.
The exec talking to the men’s Unanimous team explains that they can do funny if they want, but the most important part is that the product be the hero. The men loves this concept, especially Lou and his superhero persona, so they seem to be running with using that idea literally.
As the men are discussing the wants and needs of O’cedar’s vision, I am completely distracted by the fact that the lines of stereotyping are being blurred on this show. Why is it Arsenio, the straight guy is so much better dressed than our last remaining beloved gay dude?
Clay looks part homeless, part ’70′s businessman
and part Mr. Rogers. Pick a look already!
The women are throwing around ideas and Lisa pipes up with the concept of “what’s your number?” She has to explain that it sounds like they’re asking about the number of sexual partners a person might have, but what they really mean is what is the number of mops you’ve used in your life. Tia finally gets it.
And proves she should be the next winner of the
AVN Crossover Star of the Year award.
Naturally, Debbie Gibson suggests they should all star in the video as it will help it go viral. Debbie is the Lou Ferrigno of the women’s team. The women are now working on their individual scripts for talking about their number of “mop” partners and Dayana reads hers out loud. It has some strong overtones of suggesting that the thing in discussion is a sex toy, rather than a mop. I don’t think it is terrible, after all, the idea of implying sex was Lisa’s, but Lisa will tell you later that she hated it.
But for right now, they all pretend Dayana is the bomb.
At team Unanimous, Lou tells the men that he likes the idea of superhero because the mop is considered as the hero. Penn feels it is necessary to explain to Lou that the term hero simply means that the mop should be the featured item in the video. I don’t think Lou misunderstood, I think the word simply inspired a concept for him. Dee tries to soften the blow by agreeing with what Penn said but then promoting Lou’s idea that the mop could save the day.
Lou wants to do a 1950′s thing, which Penn says is hackneyed and cliche. I’m surprised at his directness, Penn usually softens his criticisms. I wonder if this has been cut to appear harsher than it really is. With each proposal of an idea from Lou, Penn counters with a question or argument. From the way the show is cut (and I certainly don’t trust what we see is how things really went down after last week’s show), it seems that Penn is adamantly opposed to this idea. It could be a fun idea, and most of the men are getting behind it but Penn seems to be a paralyzing dissenting voice.
I’m not the only one frustrated with Penn’s attitude.
The Cojones Of The Day award goes to Clay when he finally speaks up and says he’s hearing a lot of negatives that seem to be setting Lou up to fail. He’s tired of hearing negatives without alternate suggestions to work from. You go Clay!
Won’t someone defend poor little old me?
Super Clay to the rescue!
A+ to Clay Aiken for calling Penn out on the carpet. He tells Penn he’s being condescending and not helping to further any ideas along. Penn admits he has no ideas, so Clay points out that maybe it would be better to work with the idea they have and improve upon it, rather than stalling them. Penn apologizes and says he thought he was helping, but in this case, I think Clay was right. Lou calls Penn a raging bull in a china closet. Not quite right, but we all get the idea. Then he likens Penn to a devil! That’s going a bit far.
Perhaps everyone is PMSing this week, since it
seems both teams are gunning for someone.
Paul interrupts the confrontation to complain they don’t even have a theme yet. He proposes, “I’ll mop the floor with you”, which is a great idea if they are going with a ’50′s theme. The men embrace the slogan and run with it (with the exception of Penn who seems to be fighting a predisposition to mope, rather than mop).
At Forte, Debbie is throwing around ideas and proposes they get t-shirts made with their logo. Since the world revolves around Debbie, she wants to be in charge of the graphic design, but apparently Patricia owns the patent on that job. Debbie wants to get her hands on Patricia. I mean Patricia’s job.
That’s not really the stick you want to chew up, is it Debbie?
The men are rolling along – they have their cast, they’re setting up the shots and Dee is planning the direction. Penn continues to slink around and sarcastically tells Lou he’s happier than he’s ever been in his life. Dee has to clarify Penn means the opposite. These men are quickly becoming a girl team, as Clay and Arsenio are walking the streets of NYC and hashing out what Penn is thinking and how he feels.
Is Clay wearing a woman’s coat?
What I love is that as Arsenio is trying to explain to Clay why it is that Penn is so upset, he does this:
I wonder if this reminds Clay of his Kelly Ripa debacle.
In the Forte studio, Aubrey asks Tia if maybe she should help direct and storyboard. Tia is offended and informs Aubrey that she has directed music videos before. I think Aubrey’s point was that there weren’t any shots planned. She would have been better off offering storyboard services alone, rather than using the hot button word director.
Tia bitches that Aubrey and Lisa pout if they aren’t in the power roles. Aubrey tries another way to suggest Tia consider her shots and Tia informs Aubrey there won’t be any angles other than straight on.
Oh My God, this video is going to suck.
Aubrey tells us either Tia has too much jealousy and anger built up to listen to her, or Tia is an idiot. She’s assuming Tia is angry. Aubrey finally goes to Lisa and asks Lisa to suggest to Tia that they consider different angles while shooting the monologues and Tia says it’s a great idea.
Bitter jealousy it is.
At Unanimous, they are shooting the video and Lou is having a lot of trouble with the dialogue. He’s also having a hard time pronouncing the word dirt because of his hearing impairment. Clay works with him and Lou is awesome about working it out and practicing to get the word right. Any other star would have thrown a hissy fit about being made to look less than perfect. And after practicing with Clay, he nails it!
I heart Lou Ferrigno.
The women are shooting their video too and it’s looking cute. But there is a problem.
Dayana tries to approach Debbie about the problem, but they are already shooting and committed to a concept. She tells us she’s never liked the idea as it is confusing and has nothing to do with the product. At this point, Debbie realizes this is a major flaw and sets out on a campaign to distance herself from the whole thing. She approaches Aubrey and asks how she feels about the concept.
Aubrey is non-commital, sensing a political shift, but she does point out that there must be a problem with the director if, for the first time, she and her arch nemesis Debbie Gibson are in agreement.
BFF’s – Best Frenemies Forever.
Tia thanks her team and tells them that they are all working together very well on this task.
I am the queen and you all watch me shine. A perfect team effort!
The men are continuing to shoot their (hopefully) viral video and Lou is having a grand old time dancing with his mop.
And it’s hard to dance with a devil on your back, so shake it off. Whoa-oh!
As the men are enjoying their production, Vamperic arrives to check on them. He asks how the men are feeling, since he knows it was rough for them last night. LAST NIGHT??? What the hell, is this thing shot over two weeks with no break between tasks? Considering the stress and hectic pace of the challenges, that would be a brutal schedule for the celebrities. Does anyone know?
Or maybe it’s just been a week since VampEric rose from his coffin.
Dorkus Amongus goes to visit the women, who pretty much appear to be doing nothing while Tia reviews the shots. He thinks they may have a chance of winning if they can execute their racy concept.
Sometimes DJ can be hot. Today is not one of those days.
Lisa makes the fatal error of assuring Dorkus Amongus that she can’t see this failing.
Not a day for Lisa’s hotness either.
Aubrey and Debbie are working together for the opening presentation of their video.
They seem to be getting closer.
Dayana is wondering how all the teammates will be utilized. She offers to introduce the presenters at the beginning, but her limited vocabulary has her saying she can present in the beginning. I think her point was that no one is participating besides Aubrey and Debbie and she was suggesting a way that she could at least do more for the team. I am pretty sure it wasn’t about ego to have face time. After all, when they did the Medieval Times performance, she wasn’t happy to just ride around on a horse and look pretty. She was very interested in making sure they met the demands of the challenge. I think that is all she’s trying to do here.
It’s just that Lisa can’t stand anyone trying to hone in on the turf she and Aubrey have carved out (that they now allow Debbie Gibson to share). I mean, why does it always have to be the same few people featured in every challenge? Why not mix it up a bit and give others a chance to participate. Lisa goes passive aggressive ape shit, bitching about egos, but she doesn’t say it to Dayana’s face. I think this is her first very uncool move.
And so, she shall get this picture posted for all time.
This is Lisa Lampanelli.
Guess which one is the hater.
Things aren’t so great in the Unanimous world either as Penn and Clay are having a talk. Apparently, Penn hates the word condescending, which explains why he’s been brooding all day. He explains to Clay that because he has always been a huge guy, people would assume he was a stupid kid who had been held back, thus he was always treated with condescension. I can see why that would bug the hell out of him and why it would hurt his feelings terribly to be accused of such a crime.
But I do think he was hindering the process this time.
Penn thinks Clay doesn’t like him and Clay comes on to tell us that although he never wants to dislike anyone, he’s having a tough time with Penn. He points out that Penn sat there and acted superior during the whole idea tossing. Penn seems really bothered by this thought and admits he feels like it is a set-up so that the next time Penn’s name comes up in the board room, there will be a crack in his perfect veneer. I agree with Clay that our favorite magician is being melodramatic. I think essentially this boils down to Penn’s feelings got hurt and he’s sulking.
At Forte, Lisa tries to get Dayana out of her hair by assigning her a task to get flowers for the presentation. Tia decides she wants peonies, which Dayana can’t say or spell, having never heard of them before. The bit turns into a penis joke as Tia thinks that’s what Dayana said.It’s unfair that this makes her look useless. If anyone is being set up for a fall, it’s the prettiest girl in the universe.
Lou represents the team and simply says the video speaks for itself.
The video begins and the O’Cedar execs seem to like it. There is a moment of disappointment when the product mentions using eco-friendly cleaning solutions, which may deter the more environmentally aggressive customers on the market, but all in all, I’d say they did a good job.
The execs laugh at the great tag line.
VampEric is wondering who’s wearing the AB+ perfume.
The women go next and Tia is the welcoming committee. I’m not sure what Lisa was getting so pissy about, since Tia is now doing exactly what Dayana suggested needed to be done. I think the data is in and it can be confirmed: Lisa is a bitch.
Tia introduces the execs to two of the product’s consumers (Aubrey & Debbie), who come on to talk about what they want in a mop. Then Aubrey mentions to Debbie that she just remembered this viral video all her friends have watched that makes a mop look hot.
Saying a video is viral, doesn’t make it so, ladies.
The video shows the girls all talking about their number, but it is never tied in to the product. After their campy bit about how many “mops” they’ve had, the video then cuts to a demo of the product that doesn’t involve the girls at all. Frankly this video kind of sucks.
Although Lisa previously claimed dancing with a mop was over done, I would say the men’s video did a much better job of promoting the product than their bit with pretty girls reciting numbers with a mop informercial tagged on at the end. Not one of the women even touched a mop in the video.
Is this how they were hoping to make the mop look sexy?
So basically, the women had a pretty good idea but they never quite executed it fully. And who would the fault for that lay on? I’d say the writer. Who was the writer of this project as well as the Medieval Times task, which also didn’t quite deliver? Lisa Lampanelli. Bitch you aren’t all that.
Oops! I was wrong – the ladies do touch the product. At the very end.
And what’s this? Why look who is in the video… fat Lisa. And where is Dayana – she didn’t even make the cut. So let me get this straight… Lisa can’t stand ego’s who want to be in everything, and then, as the writer, she inserts herself in the final video shot of the product? Meanwhile, they have sidelined Dayana for both the video and the presentation. That is it! This week I am gunning for Lisa Bitchanelli.
Seriously, of Lisa and Dayana, which one would
you rather be staring at for the next ten weeks?
VampEric asks the execs what they thought of the women’s presentation and they say that although they nailed it on entertainment, branding and star power, the product was not hero. For team Unanimous, they were curious about what the other men did, since Lou was front and center on the video, but they loved how much he used the product. But then again, the men’s video wasn’t necessarily a viral one.
Just cut to the chase, people. Will I be drinking
silicone-laced blood tonight or not?
In the boardroom, Trump starts out by asking Lou how he thinks his team did. Lou, of course, says his team gave 110%. Math is not his forte. Dee tells Sparky that Lou did a great job and when Sparks asks if Lou was disorganized, Dee tries to explain that people misunderstand Lou because he has a handicap.
Lou becomes incensed at the word, never mind Dee was about to pay him a compliment. A discussion ensues in which it is determined that it is acceptable to say disability, but not handicap. Why would it matter which word you use? Frankly, I think the word disability implies you can’t do something, when in fact Lou has overcome the things he’s supposed to be hindered from.
Clay tells Trump that Lou gave 120%, screw 110. He talks about how committed Lou was to the project and how he tore up the floor dancing with the mop. Lou interjects to inform us all that he’s had both knees and hips replaced, which means he’s even that much more awesome.
Trump warns the men that working out too much leads to wearing out the knees and hips. They should be more sedentary like him – he’s never had anything replaced.
The only workout I do is playing horsey with my model wife.
Trump turns to Tia and asks how the women did. She says they did great and if she had to name a star on the team, it would be Lisa because of her fast and excellent writing. Wake up women, I think Lisa’s writing is killing you!
Lisa has a hard time going for Tia’s throat after being so well complimented, but she manages to overcome her ounce of consciousness and tells Trump Tia wasn’t a very good manager.
Next we debate over whether it’s Deborah Gibson or Debbie Gibson. Sounds like Debbie tried to be Deborah for awhile but it never took, so she accepted her fate to always be tied to the horrible pink perfume known as Electric Youth and a name associated with whimsical songs of ‘tween dreams. There is some talk that Debbie is high strung, but really that conversation should have been had when she should have lost the Buick car challenge.
Lisa tells Trump that the only three people with creativity on the team are her, Aubrey and Debbie and that no one else has an ounce of ideas. She also tells Sparky that Dayana is the least valuable member of the team. I wish Dayana would just give Lisa one swipe of her giant bear paw. That’s probably all it would take.
Trump asks if there is a click among the three creatives and while the whole team is saying yes, Lisa and Aubrey protest.
We didn’t even like this bitch last week!
After finding out that Tia’s idea (which was a better utilization of the mop) was shot down, Trump asks about what concept they did go with. They try to explain the What’s Your Number theme.
That was your best idea?
Patricia points out that the concept did not support what the execs had asked them to do. Also she informs us that while someone might have the creative strength to be an amazing writer, that person may not be able to fully execute those great ideas. Thank you! My prediction is that the Venezuelans are very capable, but sadly will be undervalued and sent home much sooner than they deserve.
Teresa explains the What is Your Number idea implies how many sexual partners you’ve had. Dorkus Amongus starts to grill his dad that we all want to know how many girlfriends he has had. Sparky wisely remains silent until the moment has passed, but in the background, Clay is trying his damndest to suppress a demonic giggle.
He’s such a quick and funny thinker, I sure as hell
wish I knew what just went through his mind.
Trump asks Penn about the men’s concept and he explains that Lou dances with the mop like a crazy monkey.
They used dancing. Why did I listen to Lisa???
The men hash out who should be fired and Lou outs Penn’s pouty behavior this week. Clay tells Sparky Penn doesn’t like not being in charge.
Did a Hyndai Sonata just drive by?
Clay explains that Penn disengages when he’s not in charge of the ideas and although Claiken tries very hard to come up with another word to spare Penn’s feelings, he has to use the term condescending.
Clay then admits to Trump this is harder than American Idol. Trump blows smoke up Clay’s ass. He’s also puffed up Lou and Paul so far as well. Arsenio is trying to tell Sparky how much respect he has for Clay for calling Penn out on the carpet and trying to work it out. Sparky interrupts to tell Arsenio how much he loved his show. Two things are clear: Trump doesn’t care what the men have to say and he’s very pleased with them, which means, they most likely won.
A mini Arsenio love fest ensues when everyone on both teams agree that Arsenio was really great on his tv show. VampEric pretends to also agree.
I wonder what Arsenio would taste like…
The Trump spawn review the O’Cedar execs thoughts about the two presentations. Trump pulls one of those stupid moves where he tells the winner how badly he feels for the guy because he’s not sure how they will spend the fifty thousand, but then he admits the men won the challenge.
The women are saddened but you can see they are also happy for Lou and his charity (the Muscular Dystrophy Association). Tia loses with dignity and congratulates Lou on his victory as he’s leaving the boardroom.
Sparky starts by asking Dayana if she’s surprised the women lost. She admits she isn’t and that she never liked the concept, but that she did support the team vision and that everyone liked her writing sample. Lisa jumps in and says they actually didn’t like it, they were just humoring her because it was too dirty.
Lisa is a bitch, have I mentioned that? It was her idea to imply sex and Dayana was doing what she thought the vision was. I’m sure if Lisa had ever intended to use Dayana she could have asked her to tone down the entendre, but Lisa hates the pretty girl, so she just ignored Dayana’s efforts. I’d like to see Lisa try to write double entendres in a second language and have it fit the tone of the vision on the first try.
There’s a lot of toxicity stored up in those fat cells.
The men watching shush each other because Aubrey’s about to speak. Arsenio asks what will she say and Dee answers, “Something about herself.” I love that everyone rags on Aubrey. But I think she could become a serious threat if her youthful energy doesn’t burn out or if her mouth doesn’t get her in trouble. Somehow the conversation turns to Aubrey wishing she could be part of the Trump family and when Tia points out that Donald is already married, Aubrey points to VampEric and says “Me and you, kid.”
Blah, blah, blah Donald keeps asking boring questions and it appears that Patricia is gunning for Teresa. Aubrey and Lisa are gunning for the hot girl. Teresa decides to gun for Patricia, since Patricia pointed a finger at her.
It starts to become a chaotic, catty mess. Aubrey gets ugly and says she’s sorry for Tia that at fifty something she has let a twenty seven year old get under her skin.
Oh, no she didn’t!
Hey, I’m just the mentor. I can’t be responsible
for the words coming out of her mouth.
Since Tia is in her forties, this insult seems calculated and vicious. Aubrey continues to go off and Trump mentions that she has quite a mouthpiece on her. As the men point out, she is such a self righteous little brat, it’s no wonder Diddy fired her.
Trump finally asks Tia who she will bring back with her to the boardroom. After some deliberation, Tia asks Sparky if anyone else will be fired if she accepts full responsibility as the business manager. When he says no, she tells him that she won’t be asking anyone to join her in the boardroom. And with that, Trump fires Tia Carerra.
Shit, she just made herself a martyr. Now I’m going to look bad.
And I have to sleep with VampEric.
The men are blown away and are pretty sure that if Tia had called others back she wouldn’t have been fired. Clay calls it right when he thinks she just didn’t want to get chewed up anymore.
As Tia is leaving, she tells the three witches she’s glad she doesn’t have to go up against them anymore and that they are a powerful trifecta. She warns them to be careful, which is excellent advice. Because once the witches don’t have anyone else to cast aspersions at, they will implode.
Tia admits in the car that she didn’t want to lower herself to becoming as cruel and ugly as things now seem to be getting in the game. She hopes no one says anything horrible that they will lose sleep over when all is said and done.
I think she means Lisa, but I’m guessing Aubrey might be regretting some lost sleep for a different reason someday soon!
Goodbye, gorgeous Tia!
Way to leave with your head held high.
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