Before we plunge in, let me me offer besos mojados to all my loyal, grateful, clever readers, especially those who take the time to make comments. And especially ReeseWitherspoon & Renata, who are official Angels of Snark. I heart you both!!!!
I wanted to answer all the comments individually last week, but I just started the recaps for Melrose Place here at TVGasm, AND my Hamptons trip spun out of control when my brother-in-law’s gay cousin’s boyfriend showed up at brunch with four house seats to Mary Poppins, the Walt Disney Broadway musical in which he plays a dancing nude statue. I know, my interest level perked right up, too, so I grabbed my boyfriend, niece Emilia and nephew Rodrigo, jumped on the jitney and ended up in Manhattan. If you’re there or visiting, go eat a panini at this teeny little amazing cheap cafe in the Village called ‘Ino and hope that the beautiful, friendly Aaron is working! He knows his Italian taste sensations and has the face of a Titian angel.
And the other thing I learned is that showing kids episodes of A&E‘s Hoarders is the perfect way to scare them into cleaning their rooms. Oh, and the statues’ asses were all stellar. Now let’s see what our favorite rotten peaches (and Kandi) are up to!
Casting office. Lisa arrives to book models for the upcoming fashion show launch of her clothing line Closet Freak, a project she’s been working on with strapping sex-bomb husband Ed. Maybe all our Gasmii lust is having an effect on the RHOA editors since Ed appears scant seconds into this episode in his tight Affliction top. Lisa interviews that the show is in one week and she wants to feature models with “fresh-faces” who “haven’t been in every fashion show in Atlanta.” Since I am retired, I was unavailable.
“Am I back in L.A.?”
“Cuz I just felt an earthquake.”
The first model, whose huge breasts jiggle as she struts toward the casting table, almost trips and is immediately disqualified. Others have “ghetto walks” or unacceptable un-model appearances, or in one case, a rear end so large its owner could sit in both Carolina‘s at once. But unlike fellow Housewife and competing designer Sheree, Lisa seems to be having fun with the process and doesn’t come off as a mega-cunt. Lisa interviews that she ended up with 20 girls for the show.
NeNe‘s at home in her new river-rock tract mansion working on her book and discussing an important family matter with Gregg (Mr NeNe), who minces no words telling NeNe that their son Bricen is too old to be living at home “without contributing”. Mr NeNe doesn’t feel he should have to cook for Bricen, who, NeNe interviews, recently dropped out of college less than a year in and moved back in with them. Mr NeNe wonders if Bricen’s too old to be adopted by another family. He’s just kidding but NeNe isn’t when she reveals her biggest fear is that her eldest son will wind up “young and have no direction and be lazy and be a bum” (!). Mr NeNe assures her that will never happen.
NeNe gets down off her high horse stripper pole and interviews how important education is in this time of recession. She plans to lay down the law for Bricen: “…he’s gotta follow rules… go to school… get a job… get a haircut… come in the house at a decent time.” Wow. If they’re making him go back to school, Bricen really screwed up by dropping out over hiatus, since he left a cushy unsupervised dorm set-up and now will have to submit to Mistress NeNe’s Busty Academy For Wayward Boys. Which is also a cool title for NeNe’s first fetish DVD after she realizes how shitty books pay.
Gregg wonders where Bricen went wrong, and NeNe immediately snaps “He’s been given too much.” She adds that financial responsibility is important since “What woman want a man who don’t have any money?” Gregg gives her a vaguely disturbed look.
“Be honest. The earrings are a little much, right?”
Kim takes her 7-year-old Ariana to a boutique and warmly greets “Children’s Clothing Designer” Regina Bell, who’s in charge of the tyke’s wardrobe. Because obviously Ariana is not about to wear ordinary off-the-rack fashions and sadly there’s no Versace Husky Kids line. Ariana quickly zeroes in on a sparkly cape while Kim pronounces Regina’s kiddie-couture “off the chain!” Kim interviews that Ariana can choose her own colors and then they can indulge in an orgy of mommy-and-me spending. On clothes that Ariana will soon outgrow due to nature or nonstop Chick-Fil-A and McDonald’s feedings (see last episode).
Kim explains that “Ariana’s a lot like me” (and who in Kim’s world isn’t, really?) “the fact that she knows exactly what she likes in fashion and style… she either likes it or she doesn’t, no in between”. Ariana gets her brat on, marching out of the dressing room and saying “I don’t wanna look like the 1990′s!” and “Word!” She of course wants everything in sight and the bill comes to $3075. Shouldn’t some squirrels be appearing to drag her down Willy Wonka‘s garbage chute? With her obscene tits bulging from that whorey red dress of hers like halved irradiated cantaloupes, Kim blithely interviews “My kids are used to wearing designer labels, they’re used to having certain cars… I shop and act like the bill’s never gonna come.” Oh, it’ll come alright, Kimmy. In a hot-pink envelope marked “KARMA”.
“Dear Titty Fairy…”
Kim then gives us a little back-story: “When I met Big Poppa I was waitressing and working as a nurse (!!!), and he said, you know, you really don’t need to work, stay home with your girls and, you know, I’ll provide for you. Even though I’m no longer dating Poppa, I will work very hard to maintain all the items that I love so much. It’s a little scary when you depend on someone financially. I’ve realized, you know, that I really need to provide for myself and for my children, which is the real reason why I want to start my wig line as soon as possible.” And while that sure-fire bonanza’s in the works, by all means flush as much cash as possible here at The Hefty Hide-Away. Jesus Baldheaded Christ!
Lisa drops by her designer Evelyn Lambert‘s atelier-slash-one-bedroom-apartment to check on her progress. Lisa admits she doesn’t sketch or sew so she depends on Evelyn to interpret her fashion vision. But Lisa helps out by saying things like “I think it needs somethin else” and “Is this gonna be too busy for this jumpsuit?” Lisa interviews that she was expecting to see at least 10 pieces, and she only saw 6, so they “have a ways to go”. Lisa cracks the whip: “Keep sewing!” Lisa then reminds us that last year Sheree had zero clothes at her fashion show and “people were disappointed”.
We thought it was about that size.
Cut to Sheree interviewing that “Lisa seems to be just crossin her fingers hoping everything’s going to go well for her show. Something can always happen last minute. If something can go wrong, it will,” she concludes, itching to whip out a Lisa doll and start stabbing it with pins.
Evelyn tells Lisa she knows she must finish in time and looks terrified.
Handsome music producer Don Vito arrives at Kandi’s to work on “Don’t Be Tardy (For The Party)”, the song Kandi got ambushed into doing for Kim & NeNe. Don has brought a muscular drink of chocolate milk named Blade to help them. Don plays the voice-mail Kandi sent him of her singing the melody she came up with for the song, and it already sounds a thousand times hipper. The guys sped up the music and it sounds even better. Kandi digs it. Then Don asks who’s going to be doing the vocals.
Kandi Beauty Tip…
Surround oneself with cute, artistic….
Kandi explains that her “homegirl Kim” really wants to be singing, and recorded something with Dallas Austin last year, but Kandi’s not sure how that went. We of course know EXACTLY how it went, and if you somehow purged it from your brain, we get a FLASHBACK of Kim croaking “Tightrope” as Dallas watches in mild shock. Kandi goes on to say that Kim wants her homegirl NeNe to do “Tardy” with her, which Kandi doesn’t quite get, since Kim & NeNe had a huge falling out recently but now apparently want to be the next Lionel Richie & Diana Ross.
Then Kandi mentions that neither Kim nor NeNe has ever really recorded before, but Kandi’s convinced she and Don can get them where they need to be. Even though Kandi’s never heard either of the crazy bitches sing before. Don laughingly accuses Kandi of “booby-trapping” him, which is super-accurate considering the size of the would-be vocalists’ cans. Kandi thinks it’s strange and a little alarming that Kim constantly refuses to sing for her, but Kandi tells Don to look at it as a challenge– “We can make anybody hot!” Kandi is convinced it’s gonna be a hit. And she could be right, Gasmii!
Lisa drops by to visit Sheree. After shmoozing S about her beautiful new tract mansion and chef’s kitchen, Lisa interviews that since Sheree is so secretive, L doesn’t really know what this visit is about. But she suspects S just wants to find out about L’s clothing line. Sheree interviews that it’s “interesting that Lisa has this very sudden interest in starting a clothin line”. Tension thickening, L & S start to chat about L’s upcoming show. Lisa says getting all the lights and staging equipment is very expensive, and Sheree nods like she actually put one on instead of the humiliating debacle she subjected everyone to last year.
Kim chimes in with her own interview: “I find it very odd that Lisa’s starting a fashion line… (CHORTLE)… Uh, how do I say… okay, lemme… I mean, cuz Lisa doesn’t have any taste.” Good move to have your cleavage covered during this bit, Kina.
TVGasm Contest #774: Guess What’s In Sheree’s Cargo Pants!
Lisa tells Sheree that she loves nice clothes but can’t draw. Sheree, who knows how to draw her signature on divorce papers and that’s about it, agrees that “there’s so many more facets to [designing], y’know what I’m sayin?” Lisa then strokes Sheree by acknowledging that Sheree is “the designer” of S’s line, but interviews that Sheree is basically confusing having a title with all the business acumen that actually goes into producing a successful fashion line, which is what Lisa brings to the table.
Sheree pumps Lisa for info: How’d Lisa find her designer Evelyn? Lisa says through her stylist Tracy. Originally Evelyn was just supposed to make Lisa a few pieces, but when Lisa saw the finished product she realized Evelyn was “hot”, and the idea for Lisa’s line took shape. Lisa points out to Sheree that the line is really Evelyn’s, too. Lisa doesn’t want to take that away from Evelyn [like Sheree would!]. Lisa tells S she can’t wait to see S’s line, then interviews that it took S two years to get hers together (and we still haven’t seen jack, Gasmii), while Lisa whipped up hers in 2 months. “If I had 2 years, do you know what mine would look like?” Lisa saucily asks us.
Lisa offers Sheree help in finding a space for her show, which must really piss Sheree off. But not as much as Lisa’s next observation: Sheree’s “fashion viewing” was “a wonderful social thing– it was great!” but Lisa tells her L “would have canceled it.” FLASHBACK to She by Sheree Night, with confused guests asking S if they were going to see any actual clothes and Lisa flashback-interviewing that there WERE no actual clothes. Sheree insists that she didn’t know she wasn’t going to get the clothes until the day of, so she couldn’t cancel it. And it was never supposed to be a fashion show, it was a fashion VIEWING, S totally lies. On this awkward note, Lisa brightly tells Sheree “you gotta come to my show!” To which Sheree nods with barely concealed hatred.
Sheree interviews that Lisa copies things S does. And while S is flattered that S can “inspire the less fashionable”, Lisa is just a “creepy little copycat”. Sheree shows Lisa to the door while imagining a Jimmy Choo lodged deep in Lisa’s skull.
Can you keep it down, Ma? The ho’s kept me up REAL late last night.
Speaking of humiliating, Bricen’s about to get his azz handed to him by NeNe and Mr NeNe on national TV. Let’s watch. NeNe & Gregg are on the couch. NeNe calls for Bricen, then gets pissed when he lackadaisically shuffles in, looking like he woke up at the crack of noon. She lists the “unacceptable” elements in his life: not attending college, not wanting to go to school (sort of the same thing, but OK)– Bricen says “I never said I didn’t want to go”– staying out all night (“I don’t think I need no curfew”, he grunts, helping NeNe’s case immeasurably). NeNe interviews that she’s afraid Bricen might “go down the wrong path” and fall in with the wrong crowd. Then she tells him that if he stays out till 4 AM, he should be coming home with money in his pocket! I’m a recap artist, not an employment counselor, but I think pretty much all the ways a teenager can make decent cash at night are highly illegal.
Bricen says he makes money promoting a club somewhere, he just has to split it with 1000 people. This sounds like a joke, but he seems dead serious. NeNe is not amused. Then she starts dissing his hair! She doesn’t use the word nappy, but she calls it “long” (it’s not) and “looking like some lost person” (LOL). She suggests/orders he goes to get it braided. I smell a Dwight segment coming up! NeNe keeps topping herself tonight. “All the yellin and the preachin, it’s all for a reason,” she interviews. “But it wears me thin. I’m already skinny sitting here.”
NeNe lays down the law for Bricen: he will have a curfew, a clean room, done hair, and an education. He mumbles assent, slinking off. “And pull up your pants!” NeNe yells.
Kandi meets with Tamera the wedding planner. Kandi says she doesn’t need “a huge extravaganza” but Tamera has other ideas. Namely, The Georgia Aquarium. Kandi admits that does sound “hot”. Tamera also wants to schedule an appointment at “a bridal salon”, which does not sound hot. Tamera says Kandi needs to pick out a gown and gives her a To Do list to work on. Kandi interviews that “the wedding definitely feels more real… a real pain in the ass.” I fucking love Kandi.
What happens when you’re molested during a Flashdance screening as a child.
Derek J, “Celebrity Hairstylist”, drops by for a visit with Kim. Did anyone else think Derek was NeNe in the shot of him walking up to Kim’s door? Kim interviews that he’s “fabulous… outlandish… fun… he wears high heels, he wears women’s clothes, he carries purses… Derek J is not transsexual or transgendered, he’s just trans-fantastic.” Kim pours the white wine and gets down to business. Derek is there to discuss Kim’s wig line. “I’m very driven,” she informs him, explaining that wigs can allow you to be glamorous on Friday night or every day of the week. “My girlfriends wanna be me,” she says. She must mean her girlfriends with penises. Like Derek. “They’re like, Kim, we want a wig. You get up in the morning, put your hair on, and you look beautiful in the car pool lane with no make-up on.” So add car pool lane fraud to the list of Kim’s crimes.
Kim interviews that she wants Derek to create the prototype wig. He asks if these will be wigs for whites, or if she wants to capture the black market, too. She doesn’t really answer the question, but tells him she wants human hair that’s as “thick and volumptuous” as synthetic. “I’m lookin for porno hair,” Kim concludes.
Derek has brought some samples, and pulls out a long dark one he made at his salon from human hair and then cut. It retails for $1500. He has another smaller piece with different colored springy curls. Kim ooohs and ahhhs and says “volumptuous” again. Derek says he can make Kim some spectacular pieces that she can wear in public and generate business with. Then they bash She by Sheree for a minute. Derek suggests he help Kim throw a “wig party” and invite over her girlfriends (with vaginas, I’m guessing) to see what people go for. Kim loves it!
“Cool. Someone finally scalped Sheree!”
Lisa & Ed (in a soft Cookie Monster-blue warm-up suit and snowy white tee) arrive at 595 North, the lounge where they’ll be having the Closet Freak fashion show, to meet event producer Satchell and Kathy the set designer. The venue will be dressed as a giant closet and the runway will include a large closet set-piece through which models will enter. No word if Sheree’s party-planner Anthony will be popping out, too. Lisa is freaked out that Kathy won’t have the closet ready until the day of the show, which is when Evelyn will be finishing the clothes. It’s all a little too last-minute and Sheree-esque– there’s so much at stake and Lisa hates to promise things and not follow through. Satchell assures her she has nothing to worry about. And she gets to climb Ed like a big naked tree whenever she wants, so how much sympathy can we muster?
It’s Wig-Party time chez Kim. Camera-hog Ariana is running around in a blonde number the length of her body and appears at first glance to be a transvestite midget. Gay of Honor Derek J arrives in heels and lady-things again. Kim interviews that she’s invited a mixture of “Caucasian and African-American” pals over to get a bead on their recreational hair-piece needs. Surprise, Kim’s breasts actually look they’re levitating in 3-D– normally you’d have to rent a video with the words “titty” and “fuck” in the title to see such a thing. Surprise encore: Kim gets bombed on wine right away and starts shaking her gazongas and criticizing Derek’s choices for her: “I look like a fuckin mermaid!” she squawks in a Daryl Hannah model. Kim likes a brunette wig better– “I have black hair naturally!” Everyone who’s seen you bottomless already knows that, silly!
NeNe arrives. Kim interviews that she invited her frenemy because “NeNe likes to talk about my hair… she’s got a hair-piece, too, so I don’t know what the big deal is.” Kim adds that she’d like to see NeNe try something different on her head. NeNe interview-scoffs about Kim starting a wig line: “Kim is not business. She’s not a woman you can see holding down a board meeting. Are you serious? She’s fakin it.” NeNe greets Ariana, now in pajamas and ready for bed, but then A models a black bob for her, perhaps the same one Kim wore in the alter-ego photo shoot. It looks better on Ariana, who now resembles a midget Armenian secretary in Flipit‘s neighborhhod getting ready for work.
“Go to bed, Sweetie, so Aunt NeNe can call your mama a hooker!”
Kim did provide a buffet, and NeNe helps herself to chips, guacamole (how progressive of Kim to get over her guaca-phobia and serve this) and cheese cubes. “How did I know NeNe would be eating?!” Kim brays. “How come NeNe’s the only one with a plate?” Uh-oh. “Now now now, Kim,” NeNe interviews. “I am a ten. I could probably go down to a size 8 but I don’t feel like it. Guess why? Cuz I’m fuckin HUNGRY!” Sorry, 4-out-of-5 Gasmii– I still love NeNe.
Derek says he’s got a Kim wig for NeNe. And as soon as NeNe puts it on, “it felt like Kim was coming out of my skin,” NeNe interviews. She launches into a devastating impression of Kim moaning “Tightrope”, with appropriate choreography and air-cigarette, then on the phone with Big Poppa asking to write a check for something. Kim, all prissy and hurt, interviews that it was funny at first, but NeNe crossed the line and ended up appalling the other guests. In Kim’s defense, it did quickly become obnoxious and unfunny. NeNe interviews that blonde wigs “squeeze your brain and drive you crazy”.
Paging Sally Kirkland!
NeNe’s house, another day. Bricen, hair unchanged, plays pool as NeNe eats and encourages him to get himself a plate “because I don’t serve children”. Dwight arrives in a floor-length fur coat, accompanied by a style team. NeNe has staged an ambush to tame Bricen’s hair. Bricen is reluctantly okay with this, but says he draws the line at a manicure. Dwight, flames spewing off him, interviews that manicures are not gay. As Brice’s mini-fro is fluffed and blown out, NeNe interviews that Brice went to college looking nice and groomed and came back “like a werewolf“.
Dwight chats with Brice, who claims to be majoring in business and on the honor roll. NeNe tells Dwight Brice is not even in school anymore. “Honor Roll for what?” NeNe interviews. “Layin around chillin all day? Sleepin and eatin? I mean WHAT?!” As Brice gets his hair braided, NeNe requests beads for him but they’re fresh out. NeNe goes to get rubber bands, interviewing: “Bricen has an ethnic side. I can appreciate that. I just think that you need to look neat with the whole ethnic thing.” Now that Brice has new hair, NeNe wants him to change his attitude. They share a warmish moment.
Is is too late to suggest the Tootie mushroom-cut from Facts of Life?
Jonathan, Sheree’s publicist, stops by to see her, looking like he has bad news. He does. Mercedes Benz has pulled out from sponsoring Sheree’s fashion show event, because “it’s gotten too big”. WTF?! FLASHBACK reveals Sheree making demands at the planning meeting a couple of weeks ago. She wanted jewels from Tiffany and a $400K chauffered Maybach, remember? Jonathan mumbles something about the event company trying to get sponsors at the very last minute but Sheree remains remarkably composed. He says it’s very sad because people around town are already “buzzing” about the debut of She by Sheree. I wonder what really happened! Perhaps Mercedes execs caught a few episodes from Season One? Just a thought.
FLASHBACK to Sheree bitching at model casting. She interviews that she’s had terrible luck with event planners and there doesn’t seem to be any in Atlanta capable of servicing a client as top-quality as She by Sheree. Jonathan says he wants to make the fashion launch happen before spring. Good luck, kid!
595 North. It’s the day of Lisa’s fashion show, which is actually happening. Lisa interviews that while her line isn’t ready for sale, this will give the public a taste of things to come. Lisa says she’s had store buyers contact her and has an agent in L.A. working to arrange mass production and sales. The closet is constructed for the stage as Lisa gets her hair and make-up done. She interviews that she was worried about everything coming together, but believes in delegating to responsible people, and that it seems to have worked today.
That night, guests arrive and pose on the red carpet, including Ed, resplendent in a white suit I will dream of slowly removing, Dwight and Derek J, who’s in full drag minus, ironically, a wig, and NeNe who somewhat passive-aggressively interviews that she has “no expectations” for the line and is just there to “support a friend” and “roll with it”.
“What would really class it up is some strippers dressed like jungle beasts.”
Since Sheree and Kim still haven’t shown up, there’s a dearth of drama, which Dwight quickly pounces on, bitching about the way the runway stage is set. Already apparently semi-soused on some fruity red cocktail, Dwight tells Lisa’s stylist Tracy “You know I’m gonna let her fuckin ass have it! The focus on the premiere of a fashion show is the collection. We don’t need all of that [i.e. the closet]. All we need to see is her collection.” Dwight interviews that “there has never been a collection in the mainstream of designing that you would have had all of that goin on on the stage.” He says to Lisa “The focus point is on your wardrobe. All of this shit up on the stage, why is that there? Who idea was that?” “Those are props,” Lisa replies, refusing to engage. She interviews that she doesn’t know who made Dwight Design Guru, but that she has final say here. Obviously! Bitch need to shut his hole.
Minutes before the show starts, everyone starts noticing Sheree is a no-show. Lisa interviews that Kandi had a prior recording commitment and L doesn’t give a shit if Kim comes. NeNe interviews that Sheree’s intense competition with Lisa might be keeping her away– “let me throw you a little shade,” is how NeNe puts it.
The show begins. NeNe and Dwight make catty comments to each other about hems being too short and things not being finished. Dwight grates on my nerves but I would’ve enjoyed watching Bravo’s The Fashion Show with him. Maybe. Actually, for Black History Month 2010 I want Paramount to let me moderate a DVD commentary track on my all-time favorite trashy movie Mandingo with NeNe, Dwight & Reco. Please, Paramount, return my calls! As for Lisa’s clothing line, I’ll leave it up to you, Gasmii, to weigh in and discuss your reactions. I know all too well how fleeting our perceptions of fashion can be. I have to tell you that some of the clothes I wore on the runways of Madrid, Milan and Barcelona were so insanely fug they almost made me ashamed to reveal that I was ever an ex-teen model.
“And no matter how many garments I sell, I STILL get to go home and hit THIS!”
Lisa takes the stage at the end and brings Ed up with her, thanking friends, staff and designer Evelyn (who should have gone up with Lisa– I do remember that much couture etiquette). Lisa interviews how blessed she is to have super-supportive, girthy Ed by her side. We get it, bitch. Stop rubbing it in. Everyone kisses and congratulates Lisa while I try to remember some of my nanny’s old Santeria spells so I can pray Ed goes back to the NFL so I can use my TVGasm press credentials to sneak into the locker room and blow him. Dwight hugs Lisa and then offers the supremely cunty “It was interesting.” “Don’t be tryin to hate!” she sasses back, but I can see his drunken gay bitterness hurts her. Dwight advises Lisa to get a staff that “knows what they’re doing”. Lisa interviews that Dwight is indeed a hata and that people told her this was the best fashion show ever seen in Atlanta.
NeNe interviews that it was a “good first effort” and then deftly manages to slam both Lisa & Sheree by saying that the fact that there were models walking down a runway with clothes on their backs was praiseworthy. Dwight finds NeNe outside and tells her how terribly disappointed he was. He reminds NeNe he’s been in “the industry” his whole life and he wants all the Wives to feel free to come to him for top-level advice on all things fashion. Such a giver, that Dwight.
NeNe asks Dwight what he thinks of Sheree not showing up. Dwight dead-seriously says it’s disgraceful and that if he made a point to come and “support” his girlfriend Lisa (when he could have been “at Detroit”– I don’t know if that’s a grammar flub or there’s a new musical called Detroit in town), then so could Sheree. Speak of the she-devil, here comes her Range Rover. Tracy intercepts her at the valet and asks where she’s been. “My son had a concert,” she says. “This late?” Tracy asks, prompting immediate attitude from S. Tracy comes right out and accuses her of skipping the show on purpose to which Sheree guiltily, over-defensively, nastily tells him to fuck off.
“I are not going to stand here and listen to this, Boo!”
Tracy is plenty steamed and interviews what a blatant slam against Lisa this was. Sheree keeps bickering with him all the way to the door. She finds Lisa relaxing in a corner with Ed and a small entourage. Sheree is all fake-sweetness as she says “I told you I was coming!” and “I wanna see the stuff! Where’s the stuff?” Lisa says the models took the clothes off and then proceeds to ignore her. Sheree shows HER by interviewing that S doesn’t like the looks of the “tacky” crowd in baseball caps and baggy pants.
Tracy tells Lisa that Sheree was supposedly at her son’s recital, which he finds odd since she doesn’t spend time with the kid doing anything else. SNAP! Sheree has the last word, interviewing in her classy-lady voice that “I arrived to Lisa’s show late because I had to attend my son’s concert– I would never miss that. Not even for Lisa’s fashion show. I didn’t see the show. But when I got there I did see the piece Lisa had on. And if it was any indication of what her show was like, I didn’t miss a thing.” This may need its own entire Reunion show.
NEXT WEEK ON RHOA:
Please let this be Ed trying out a new career.