Everyone arrives in Atlantic City and before anything happens, there’s a few hours of everyone talking about what WILL happen instead of anything actually happening. Rodiney does get in Reichen’s face a little bit, so there’ some interesting tension there. And there’s Margaret Cho! She’s with Mike Ruiz, of course, since the only other person who knows A celebrity is Austin, and that’s Phillip Bloch. She’s much like Kathy Griffin, funny, awesome, looks great. I’m happy to see her:-)
Nyasha’s concert is on a busted-ass stage in a room that’s not as nice as some I’ve seen on “Toddler and Tiaras.” She’s under the delusion that it’s this performance and not her famewhoring all over television that will launch her career. She looks ridiculous, the gays love it, so nothing new there.
As for Austin’s party, apparently no one actually told him that they wouldn’t be attending his party, so he gets drunker and angrier with every minute, and pissing off Jake with every second. Then Reichen FINALLY CONFRONTS AUSTIN. It’s sad, Austin cries, but Ryan actually shows some real concern and for the first time since I started watching, is sincere. Austin wails that he tries to be a good husband, but it’s Jake who’s shady and doesn’t reciprocate. I don’t know what to think…
Then Austin starts shit with Jake, and it’s alllllll downhill from there. Like male stripper grinding on Jake at the worst possible time downhill.
Everyone ends the episode hating Austin, but still allowing him to be the only thing they all talk about. To friendship!
Oh, and Mike proposes to Martin:-)