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On the positive side, Joanna does seem to be very concerned, if a little misguided, about animal rights. Apparently someone sent Marta an ANONYMOUS VIDEO of animals cruelty and it really opened Joanna’s eyes. My eyes would have been opened to what crazy-ass ex-boyfriend was sending Marta anonymous videos of animal torture, but I suppose attempting to help stop animal cruelty is also a good reaction.
Joanna also gets pretty fiery about celebrities who just lend their name to animal rights, but don’t actually do anything about it. She’s all, “Show me. Show me what you do!” Show me what YOU do, Joanna! Get your ass to a puppy mill and pull out some defenseless creatures living in their own filth, and I’ll try and forget that you think posing topless in a merkin is doing anything but making me nauseous.
In other nauseous news, Lea and RJ are making Roy, forthwith referred to as “Daddy,” a welcome home banner. In one of the more staged sequences I’ve seen in awhile, Lea greets Roy with a very Parisian kiss kiss on both cheeks, and RJ has to be coaxed into hugging his dad. The first part of the segment was actually nice – Lea explains that normally she and RJ accompany Daddy to wherever he practices, but they weren’t able to this time because of the gala. Daddy’s exhausted, and while Lea does insist that he attend the gala, she refuses to burden him with anything else. It’s nice – they really do seem to have a good family. I like them for ten seconds, but then all three of them (yeah, they finally got to RJ) start in about how SAD it was that John Goodman was convicted, and it’s not fair because everyone in Palm Beach thinks he’s Public Enemy No. 1 and he never stood a chance of getting a fair trial. Guys? He IS Public Enemy No. 1. I play devil’s advocate all the time and even I don’t see how you could spin this dude.
I do respect Daddy’s very delicate toeing of the line – he doesn’t actually come out and claim Goodman’s a saint, but he does make a point of the fact that the community in Palm Beach was pretty tainted and the defense was neither able to get the venue changed or the jury sequestered. I’m actually totally with him on that. But then RJ claims that the cops perjured themselves and that the judge is a liar, and Daddy gives his son a high five and calls him “perceptive.” Another Golden Boy who thinks he’s above the law is born!
But, enough child time has been had, so after Freda brings in a cake to welcome Daddy home, RJ is sent to the kitchen for his dinner. With the housekeeper.
We’re back and checking in on Lisa as she “works” really hard at getting everything ready for the lingerie party. When I say “work,” I’m referring to her running around with a dayplanner giggling and yelling for Daysy. Hahaha! Parties are hard!