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I understand. You’re on display. In fact, I wrote a song about it.
I mean, really now, are we going to have to listen to the ballad of Lauren Manzo in the public eye? Anyway, when people are telling her she’s fat and disgusting, and she should do it the old-fashioned way, it’s hard to take so she did what felt right to her. Listen, do we not have enough material what with the failed makeup line and the sheer fact that her her new business is called CaWTF? I have more respect for her for doing the lap band then I did for her parade of thousand dollar starvation cleanses. Why? Because at least the lap band worked.
Also, she says she is still a workout machine and she still “diets”. Well, now we’ve seen her version of dieting, and it involves salad with a side of deli meat, so let’s not get carried away here – if you do opt for lap band, you sort of lose the high horse position of telling us how you diet. Also, she allegedly works out for 2 hours every morning and kickboxes for an hour every night. I think she’s been emulating Teresa in the denial department – 3 hours of gym and day and dieting…she’s improved but hardly anorexic.
And then one of my favorite parts of the reunion, when Andy, reads a viewer letter that points out that for all Caro’s condescending commentary about how she just doesn’t understand Lauren’s struggle because she’s always been so very tiny – she was fat in Season One! Thank you, cause I’ve been riding that wave allllll season long.
Caro and Lauren exchange a glance and I kind of get the feeling that this topic has already been discussed and probably fought over already. CAro explains herself by saying that she couldn’t relate to the struggle of a young girl, because when she young, she looked like Melissa. Delusion…it’s catching!
Andy also mentions that she was very harsh and direct with Lauren and does she think that contributed to Lauren’s lack of self-esteem? And the answer/really-lame-excuse is a great one – “I didn’t say it to her face,” Caro explains.
And thank you Andy Cohen for being on the ball here, because he immediately shoots back, “Isn’t that worse?” Thee people are all such two-faced hypocrites. I would love to see Caro’s response if Ter had used that one. ”I didn’t say it to her face.”
Sensing it’s a good time to bring Ter back into things, he asks her what she thinks of Caro’s kids. And another classic response – she thinks they’re great, but…before BLK water, didn’t none of them work? This unleashes a new torrent of screaming from the Manzo couch.
“Oh, they didn’t work at the Brownstone????” says Lauren.