Ter finally corrals Kim D. and Bret Michaels’ dirty old hair extensions and asks where the bald man is. Mysterious texts and disappearing bald men – this is taking quite a film noir turn. Kim D. informs her that he left, and then has the very misplaced audacity to tell her it’s all their fault for making him uncomfortable. “Maybe that’s cause no one likes him!” Ter explains to Kim D., who just shakes her head and tells Ter how very upset he was for making her upset at the salon that day.
And the only way to make it better was to come here and confront your sister-in-law about when she used to be a stripper for me. Oh, did that upset you? I’m so sorry. I sincerely apologize. But can you just ask her if she remembers me? From when she used to get naked and dance for me? I don’t mean to upset you. But if you could just introduce me as the guy who she used to be a stripper for, I’m sure that would resolve this mix-up in a very not upsetting way.
Ter says that she knows Kim D. doesn’t like Mel and she’s loving every minute of this. Then she decides she doesn’t want any part of it because it’s going to look like she’s the bad guy. Well, I think that ship’s already sailed. So where’s Mel, asks Kat, still in the dark but determined to secure her spot as an auxiliary plot mover along-er. “Whatever,” mumbles Ter.
In the bathroom, it’s Mel and her “I don’t want to approach him alone, I mean I would if you were here, but you’re not here…,” followed by the pause which is Midge’s signal to come. And if there’s one thing we learn tonight it’s that Midge is very well trained.
And then Ter tells Kat that oily Angelo was here to make trouble for Mel. He did seem shady, Kat agrees. I’m not sure if Ter tells Kat about the dancer thing specifically, or only that he was saying something about Mel but she does say that if you’re making a claim like that, you should be ready to stand up for it and that people shouldn’t open the can of worms and then disappear.
“You mean the bald guy?” asks Kat, a little confused. “Yeah, he started shit and he left,” complains Ter. Caro pipes in to say that she can see everyone texting and that when Ter “hits” there’s an audience. I love how people are targets and they do hits on this show. Oh and also…Ter always strikes in front of an audience and there just happens to be an audience at the Posche fashion show – case closed! A really circumstantial case, but apparently good enough for Brownstone justice.
Mel returns from the bathroom. Ter lets her know that the bald man has left the building and Mel says it’s for the best because Midge would have killed him. Oh, and then Kim D. wants to come and sit down. How nice. And she wants to apologize, and spin a yarn out of her disgusting hair about how she “didn’t know that person” and how ridiculous it all is.
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