Last night's Kell on Earth brings office drama, employee exits, and Addams Family soirees!

on Mar 16, 2010 - The Dish0

Put down your copy of If You Have To Cry, Go Outside, it's time to talk last night's Kell on Earth.

People's Rev ran into new shortages this week: printer paper and in office assistants. After Andrew S. runs off to California during post-Fashion-Week chaos, the team is down yet another staff member. Kelly holds a meeting and tells the team "not to be scared for the abundance we've created." Kelly admits it's (not) tough playing with expensive clothes and hats and drinking champagne. But somebody has to do it, right?

Why is it that no matter how many people leave the department, Skinner never gets to reassign her tasks? It seems she is the only one always left to finish reports solo. (And there are Addams Family dinner parties to attend! Poor Skinner.) Even though Kelly, Robyn, and Michelle have enough time to make friends with cute skater boys and sexy waiters, we supposed it's a good thing that the team is overworked and run down. That means, whether it's for publicist positions or just designer hookups (Ahem, Andrew M!), they all have to want to keep their jobs.

We think maybe Kelly should hire her daughter, Ava, to be the next assistant. She's already got the Macbook stare down, and she knows the difference between Walmart and Target. Sensible and adorable!? Those would be some new qualities for the office that just might work.

10 comments
rae21
rae21

Why doesn't Lauann shut up for once, if she wouldn't of said hateful things to Jill about Bethany, they would have been able to get over their problems, but she insisted probably because of her Insecurity. Jill on the other hand does not deserve Bethany's friendship!

A-Rich
A-Rich

Not related to any specific issue, I am addicted to most things Bravo and Andy Cohen. I have never "blogged" before, but I just had to write that Kelly Cutrone's daughter is the best breath of fresh air. She is snarky and smart like her mom, but she is a promising element of the next generation. I can't believe how cute and witty she is. Kelly is amazing in every way, but the daughter is just the icing on the Cutrone cake!

melissaH
melissaH

I'm glad I'm not the only one wondering. I thought I just missed it some how.

Bunny
Bunny

Kelly, you should be SOOO proud, you've done a great job of raising Ava! I roared with laughter when she made the Wal Mart comment. I would NEVER shop there, I too am a TARGET girl through & through

Morv
Morv

I also want to know what happened to the scene with Kelly crying with a police car leaving the scene?

Kaylasmommy
Kaylasmommy

I too was confused about the scenes, from the preview, not showing up in the actual show....what's the deal?

Andrea1111
Andrea1111

Cora B -- I thought the same thing, too! I kept waiting and waiting for it.

CherCher
CherCher

Shute! I thought that's what we were going to see. To say that I was disappointed is an understatement.

tinamarie49
tinamarie49

I think Kelly is great. I would love to work for her, what a great mentor she is. The employees should count their blessings and be happy they have job. I worked in Manhattan years ago for a large cosmetic firm and would love to work for Kelly. As soon as I move back to Manhattan Im going to ask for an interview. She is intelligent, funny and a really nice person.

Cora B
Cora B

What happened to the dramatic police/Kelly crying scene that was shown in last week's preview??