Let’s run through all the piddly, stupid stuff before Charrisse Jordan’s party of the century.
Ashley Darby wants to take care of her mother. Her mother has never wanted to be a burden. She’s been hit hard financially, and tearfully accepts Ashley’s offer to buy her a home. Katie Rost should stay lip locked with Andrew, and keep herself out of hot water. Instead, she bitched about Karen’s podunk cocktail party/O’Gala. Then she turned her tongue on Gizelle being a “genuinely good person with a spiritual heart, but dresses like a prostitute and can be a little bitchy.” This was (hands down) tonight’s LOL moment.
Most of tonight’s episode focused on two things: Gizelle’s desire to create a new makeup line for women of color, and Karen’s gala for Alzheimer’s Awareness. Since so much time was spent checking their looks in the mirror, let’s call this episode “MIRROR MIRROR ON THE WALL.” It’ll be fun, so just roll with it. “Mirror, Mirror on the wall…who’s the grudge-holdingest one of all?” (Swirly, Swirly, Smoky Swirly—-that’s the mirror searching for answers…) “I see many who cannot let go…but for TWO I see it is TRULY so…And their names are Karen Huger and Katie Rost!”
Their Potomac circle is broken, but individually the housewives have much to celebrate. Let’s start with Karen. Her daughter is heading off to college. And since Karen knows that boys get reckless after midnight, she tells Rayvin to avoid kissing during her freshman year. Rayvin seals the deal with a handshake. Then, Queen Karen locked Rayvin in the tallest Potomac tower, so she could grow a long braid and her prince could climb up for her “first kiss” senior year. Ah, fairy tales are wonderful.
Show of hands: Who’d complain about a free vacation to a beautiful Bethany Beach house with friends? You WOULD? Well congratulations, because Gizelle and Charrisse would too! More on that later.
There’s been some trouble brewing the last few episodes between Katie and Gizelle. Even though Gizelle agreed to help Katie with her Casino Royale fundraiser, she and Robyn felt that with less than three weeks notice there wouldn’t be enough time to make it successful. And why put their efforts (and their names) on a losing project? Katie got annoyed and fired her volunteers, noting that ALL of her projects were successful. How about Andrew’s marriage proposal? How’s that project coming along?
We could start with Ashley this week, but let’s not. We’ll save the worst for last. So, here we go:
Gizelle went on a second date with Herman. Sadly, the coolest thing about Herman was his name. He was sporting mint green pants. And though he had never eaten raw oysters, he still ordered them. He was hoping his second date connection with Gizelle was for “forever”, and he even told her so. And <<<cringe>>> he moved in for a kiss only to have Gizelle recoil, as though he was Quasimodo. Luckily for Herman, Gizelle would need a safe nerdy date to take to Karen’s yacht party later in the episode, and he met the requirements for that. Clearly, Herman was never going to be HERMAN.
Potomac is an insulated hive, swirling in money, Honey. It’s elite status is propagated by a very small colony of lady Bees. At the center, (and don’t you ever forget her) is the Queen Bee herself, Karen Huger. If you throw her a birthday dinner, don’t you dare sit in the center seat, or selfishly order yourself an appetizer while you wait. THAT seat is reserved for the honored guest (even if she’s late, and you’re hungry enough to eat your own arm). If you poke HER hive, you can bank on getting stung (and zapped with a fresh copy of an etiquette book) because...don’t you know she’s married to the “black Bill Gates”?
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