And Caro is just getting obnoxious in a really pointless way. I didn’t get the manual to Teresa world, she says snidely. Damn Caroline, at least Ter was smart enough to get someone to write for her. If you’re going to sit there zinging someone, you really should have planned some better things to say.
I feel so on display here on the outskirts of this argument.
As long as everybody shuts up, it’s okay says Caro. Ter calls Lebanese Dilbert an “instigor”, which she later corrects to “instigator”. Caro says that she’s arguing with a “socio-path”. Oh, I think that’s a little generous. “Bring it on bitches,” says Ter. Kat says that when they call her for comment, she should just say nothing. Then Caro declares herself to have a target on her head.
Over at the men’s table, they’ve had enough of the entertainment for the evening. “Get her out of there, Joe,” they tell the Brown Smurf. He goes to her and shockingly, very sweetly pulls her out of it. He tells her that they have their flights changed because he has “business” back home. Ter squeals maniacally that she can’t wait to get home to see her girls. She takes off with Brown Smurf to go pack and the remaining Manzos alternate between calling her a piece of shit and insane.
“Bring it on, bitches!” Ter yells as she departs. Back at the coop, Lauren is still fighting the ridiculous fight. Caroline is the only one listening. Lauren says that Smurfy knows that Ter is out of control and that’s why they’re leaving. Mel says they never should have started talking. “Was I being confrontational?” Kat says innocently. Oh, innocent Kat from the block who didn’t start any of this in the hot tub.
Mel thinks it’s a shame and she hates ending on this note. Oh, just wait till she brings around your old boss from the strip club. And here’s Ter – she’s back. To tell Caro how shitty the whole thing is. She never said anything bad about her in a magazine, she tells Caro.
Caro says she loves Kat for trying, but she doesn’t want Ter in her life. “You hang around garbage, you start to stink. I’m starting to stink,” she says. She flat out tells Mel and Kat that she was told not to like them, but after she met them she liked them and wanted to be friends with them.
“What did you hear about is?” Mel wants to know. Oh, I don’t want to go there, Caro quickly replies. Mel continues to make a point that she wants to stay out of it and doesn’t want to argue about it. Caro refuses to leave herself out of it. She tells Mel that if it comes down to Ter getting mad at them for being friend with Caro, to just tell her so they can do more fun TV with it.