Car finally brushes it all off by saying she doesn’t care what anyone thinks, she feels good about getting Ter out of her life and she’s “here to help”. She doesn’t specify with what exactly, but I’m guessing if a new blood feud need stirring, she’s got the spoon.
And it’s a new day at the Guidices. And a new ensemble for Milania who’s complaining that she doesn’t like the shoes Ter has chosen for her and is wary of the their triple buckle action. It’s Ter’s Fabulini party that night, and because she can’t afford a babysitter, Mel is taking care of her kids. Well, some of them.
Mel shows up to pick up Milania and the Milkman’s Kid. It also seems to be very important for all of these toddlers to grab their purses and lipgloss before they head out. They are off to get manis and pedis, standard fare for the five year old set. But it is kind of cute.
Teresa’s kid doing bankruptcy.
Everyone likes the treatment except our reliable demon seed who just looks annoyed the whole time and finally deems the experience “itchy”. Mel wraps it up by buying everyone a heart friendship bracelet, including one for her and Ter. Well now, that’s maybe taking it a bit too far. Even Milania rolls her eyes.
Meanwhile, the Wakiles have descended upon Maryland. Really? They’re really giving us the east coast tour of colleges and calling it entertainment? The most entertaining part of this whole event is the cruise wear the Wakile family has inexplicably decided to deck out in for the trip.
Aright, we got shuffleboard on the lido deck then to we gotta make the 6:00 seating. I don’t wanna miss the prime rib.
The tour guide is a women’s studies major from Silver Springs who’s not in a sorority. In other words – a virgin. She shares fascinating tidbits of life at the University of Maryland, such as how you use your student ID for just about everything!
Kat continues her hard hitting investigation over how her daughter will have clean clothes at college. She asks the tour guide about it, but of course Miss Women’s Studies has been doing her own laundry since her divorced mother taught her to in high school. “Laundry is not rocket science,” Lebanese Dilbert tells his wife.
Then they check out the dorm room, which is just as tiny as any other dorm room on earth but the Wakiles are shocked at the size. And the lack of closet space. Well, I mean, it’s a public school. Kat thinks that the tiny dorm room might be the deciding factor in keeping the kid at home.
And we’re not done yet. We’ve still got to go to do some DC sightseeing. Resident genius daughter refuses to believe the Capitol is not the White House. They sit on the steps and reminisce about Dilbert visiting DC for the first time in the 70s. The daughter tells us the idea of college is very “whoa”, which I did not realize was an adjective.