Howdy, Gasmii! Just got home from church on this, Ash Wednesday. I’m fasting (and O M G am I starving!! Can’t eat until dinner. Using my last bit of strength to write this!) and of course got the big ash cross on my forehead. If you’re Catholic, you know that sometimes you get a nice cross and sometimes it’s just more of a thumbprint, depends on the priest. Today I got a nice distinct cross shape. Yay. “Remember man that you are dust and unto dust you shall return” (what they say when they’re putting the ashes on) kinda puts things in perspective. Also I had 2 doctor’s visits this m0rning, so mortality seems to be the theme du jour.
Sadly, there was no mortality in this week’s ep, although I heartily wished more than once that the charming Chelsea would Just.Drop.Dead. In this doozy of an ep we saw Salon Bridgette (“it’s French!”) and its lovely and super-capable owner, the aforesaid Bridgette. (And come on, we all know her name is Bridget, not Bridgette. She lives in Jersey! You totally know she changed it to be more “klassy”). Bridget has “only 2 rules”: be on time and keep cellphones off the salon floor. Guess whether anyone obeys them. Right, no one. Also, she’s almost $500K in debt. Her mother is the salon’s sole cleaner (for free) as well as “lending” money; her daughter, Chelsea, is a lazy, pampered little beyotch; and the staff hang out in the breakroom most of the time. Oh, and one of them has a drug problem.
This is BRIDGET’S typical look, halfway between “why can’t you do the hard work” and “I’m so sad”. O M G grow up!
In her usual fashion, Tabs confronts all the issues head-on, including Druggie Guy, Entitled Beyotch and Bridget herself and prevails.
Much more in the full recap. In the meantime, you can catch up on Idol (my recap last week) here. I’m off to take a nap, which I hope lasts until dinner . . .
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