Why have you not erected a statue in my honor?
Ter tells her that it’s not her decision. She apologized, what more can she do. The best part of this is that the rest of the chickens are sitting less then 10 feet away and can hear everything. Jacquee chimes in to ask if they know they’re in stereo, and Caroline waves her hand at her, like “I will bitch slap you into next April if you get in the way of me staying out of this.”
Ter continues to proclaim innocence. Kat blames it on Italian-ness. “In tactics of achieving something great, you can’t step on people who love you,” she prophesizes. Welllllll, I’m not really considering the Fabulicous empire “something great”. And I say step on who you want. All’s fair in reality TV and war.
Kat carries on about how “instrumental” Caro was in fixing the Gorgas. This is quickly downgraded to “they were supportive”. Ter is not having it. She just as quickly invokes Dina. I love when that happens. She reminds Kat that she was always closer with Dina anyway and that Caro and Dina aren’t speaking either. ”I hear every word they’re saying,” Caro tells us. Meanwhile, Ter is accusing Kat of now being “buddy-buddy” with Caro.
Over on the couch of misery and saggy boobs, Caro is trying to telepathically tell Kat to look her way. She also takes a moment to advocate for her newest follower, Kat, by saying that Kat’s trying to get Ter to see the light about everyone who has tried to help her. Help her how? Help her with what? All you people have done is served to keep the bloodfeuds going which kept you all on TV. What am I missing?
Caro wants Ter kept out of her face for the rest of the trip. Ter says that she wants to move forward, but Caro doesn’t want to. Over at the boys table, they’re smoking cigars and sort of eavesdropping. “Why can’t we all get along?” one of them wonders.
Kat comes back to the chicken patch, where Caro congratulates her on successful ass kissing. “You didn’t have to do that,” Caro coos to Kat, who shrugs humbly as though she is a truly, truly great and wonderful person for starting a new hot-tub bloodfeud. Caro doesn’t want Ter to have ammunition thanks to Kathy. But she totally agrees that it wasn’t acknowledged that she put the whole Gorga family back together.
And after her accusations in the hot tub, Kat is now trying to play the other side of the fence, telling Caro that “sometimes people just need time”. Well, maybe Ter needed that time in the hot tub while you were busy harassing her. Maybe you should just go make some cannolis and stay out of it.
But Caro is done. She wants to cut Ter out. “I look at her, I see ugly,” she says. What bothers you the most, asks Jacquee. Caro is bothered by how Ter can hurt you and then pretend she didn’t with her whole fakey bakey routine. Well yeah, she does do that…but how did she hurt Caro? Are we still on the stripper car wash insult thing? Is that really all the hard evidence they’ve got?