What do you think? No one’s paying you to put an end to this.
And of course, she sings and she’s not terrible but it’s not good enough for Ter, who will not rest until she proves to herself that she’s right, no matter how stupid the argument is. This time, it’s that Mel didn’t sing the whole song “One part isn’t long enough,” Ter complains, as though everyone should know this common fact.
Everyone else is basically laughing at the ridiculousness of this particular bloodfeud, even Mel. Car thinks she’s in the twilight zone. This is where Ter decides to sing On Display, and let me tell you…big mistake. What did I just say about messing with On Display? It sounds terrible.
Then Andy really twists the knife and asks Melissa how it felt to hear her nieces making fun of her singing. She said she felt sad. Ter very casually mentions that she reprimanded them for it. “After you laughed at it,” Mel reminds her. But she also points out that since Ter’s kids have never seen her sing before, how would they know she lip-synched? She knows they’re just repeating what Ter says and you know, that is sad.
At this point, Jacquee feels the need to take just a lil’ nap. She lies down on the sofa, asking Caro if her “undies” are showing. Lady, I get that you’re stressed and all but if you need a nap in the middle of this…maybe time to go bye-bye from TV?
Since Ter isn’t backing down from the lip-synching comment, Mel goes for the fake cooking accusation. She says that no one ever sees Ter cook – her Mom does the cooking and she tweets the pictures. In response, Ter yells a request for “clams, tilapia and crabs!” to prove Mel wrong.
I got your crabs right here. From my, uh, pizza guy.
“Do you lip-synch?” asks Andy, ever the persistent journalist getting to the heart of the story. Mel just wants to know if Ter will be happy if the world thinks she lip-synchs. Ter says she can’t win. Mel says something about “the motherfucking question”, which is awesome. Then she says she sings to a track.
Now Ter is backtracking to say that she just sang for her and it was bee-yoo-ti-ful. Mel smirks that she doesn’t get to accuse her of lip-synching and then change her tune (pun intended!) to say how beautiful it is. Mel’s the victim here, don’t forget.
She sure won’t. Mel and Ter point at each other and argue about pointing at each other – “Don’t point at me!” versus ”I’ll point at you when I want!”. Jacquee has now gotten bored of her little nappy and sits up, swinging her feet up and down and looking at her shoe. Caro comments that Ter has to push down everyone’s success.
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