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You guys, this is awesome.
The other night I went out to dinner with hubby and we ordered two desserts: a flan and a port wine custard. This episode was kind of like that – it was delicious and I couldn’t get enough of it, but I felt so GUILTY afterwards!
Of course I’m talking about the therapy session with Dr. Jenn, Krista (Mommy Brooke Shields) and Courtney. Ummmm, what can I say about this? I will give you a little taste. Mommy Shields defends her pimping out of her daughter as such: “Well, we had to turn down stuff because of the legality of it! You know, they protect our kids here in the United States.” And in her mother’s defense, Courtney says: “I’ve never had a nipple exposed!”
So Krista Shields’ defense of the sexual exploitation of her daughter is that IT COULD HAVE BEEN WORSE?!!!! We will not know the full ramifications of these actions until at least ten or twenty years from now when Courtney is recovering from her meth addiction and is on another reality show undergoing therapy. Because we all know how these stories end, amiright?
Doug reaches out to his Mom and I am so conflicted about this, because I want to snark on it, but then I realize we all have that weirdo in our family that you just go, “You know what? You’re a weirdo. But you’re our weirdo, dammit.” (sigh). I think that’s where his Mom’s at, and his antics are probably nothing new. His Mom’s probably just glad Courtney’s not a coked out prostitute. Yet. So anyway, he reconciles with his Mom, and it’s sweet and Courtney is really mature about it and uses the appropriate words to describe it without jiggling her boobs. Shocking!
Silex have a nice moment with the group, and I have to say that 1) I think they’re a great couple together 2) they’re still my favorite weirdo couple and 3) they’ll be fine.
Regarding my other favorite couple, Nik proposes to Shayne (officially) and I get allergies real bad. Dammit, I’m such a sap. But it’s so sweet, and I love seeing true love represented on television instead of all that fake crap (I hate you Bachelor!). And Shayne and Nik represent that, loving someone despite their faults, trying to fit two lives into one, when it shouldn’t work but it does somehow because you love that person. Damn allergies. Sniffle.
So the mystery is solved, and OF COURSE it’s these two that get married. Der. The whole time I thought it was going to be Too Short and Friends with Benefits, but no. I was wrong.
Andwould Shayne have it any other way? No, I don’t think so. Televised, is how she wants her special day. We’ll discuss that a bit more in the recap, but I HATE it! Grrrrr
If you want my honest opinion, though – this was my favorite wedding ever. (besides my own.)