Cast Blog: #SHAHS

The Definition of S---show

Reza discusses what a nightmare Asa's friend's pool party was, and compares MJ and her dogs.

Full transcript after the jump.

So you guys just got done watching Episode 2.

MJ's roly poly dogs are kind of just like she is. They got to the snacks faster than GG's dog. That's the same thing that happens when me, GG, and MJ are out. MJ gets the Scooby Snacks before GG has a chance to get to them.

Anyway, from there we head into that beautiful meal with Asa and her family. And tadig literally is Persian crack. But the truth is every Persian mother wants their kid to be a doctor, lawyer, or an engineer. Um, hello, it's 2012. We don't all have to do the same thing.

But what'd you think about my date with Adam. How cute was that date right? And that comment about the flambé. Why are you serving flaming desserts when there's queens in the class. Was that like. . .was she coming after me? I should have stabbed that bitch when I had the chance. I was holding that knife. You saw me slicing that s--- real cute.

Can we please talk about the s---show which is also known as the Solati pool party? Did you see homeboy bite it? He literally came to go in the pool and it was like watching Humpty Dumpty fall. Literally he went spla-tat and fell in the pool. And it was a wrap. There was no food. I think there was an old Persian pimp there. Someone might have said the f-word that rhymes with maggot when I was walking by. It was craziness. And of course, GG pops off, as per usual. And what does Asa do? She went doink and MJ and GG both bit it, because both of them were drunk.

I could not wait to get the F out of there. That was a s---show. If you want to look up s---show in the dictionary, they'll be a video blog of the Solati pool party instead of the word "s---show." You’ll just watch and you’ll be like damn, "that was a s---show you was right."

Anyway you guys, I've got more important things to do right now. I've got to get this offer submitted so I can get this money so I can look good for you guys. So I'm going to say goodbye until Episode 3 and peace.

GG: I Wish Things Were Different

GG explains why she finally had to confront Mike about Turkey.

Bravotv.com: How was Asifa's cooking?
GG: They say the fastest way to a man's heart is through his belly... well Asifa won't be qualifying in that aspect. I've never tasted eggs so bland. The scrambled eggs looked like they got a beat down by an angry crack head and they tasted even worse. Hopefully Asifa is good in bed and can keep her man for those skills instead of her "cooking" skills.

Bravotv.com: Why do you think you weren't interested in dating at that time?
GG: I've been in back to back relationships since I was 15 years old. I have sort of lost my ability to love a man, and I simply get into relationships knowing I'll break up with them soon enough. I was hurt very badly once, and I've become pretty numb to love ever since. I simply want to take a moment and be single and reflect on myself and what it truly is that I hope to get out of a relationship. Learning to trust again is not easy. Especially when so many men cheat!

Bravotv.com: Why did you decide to confront Mike finally at Shervin's party?
GG: Many people don't understand the dynamic between me and Mike, and they never will unfortunately. After the incident in Turkey, things became very awkward between us, perhaps because of his guilty conscience, and he would always talk to me in an angry way. I had warned him many times to stop talking to me like that, but it only got worse. Mike was being extremely disrespectful and condescending toward me; so much so that everyone else noticed it too. After giving Mike a million failed chances to be nicer towards me, I couldn't respect him anymore. I was holding onto a secret that I knew could damage him, but I did it out of respect for our 20 years of friendship. But how does anyone hold onto loyalty for someone that is walking all over them? I wish things could be different. But he never made the effort. His guilt led him to be so mean to me and enough was enough. I had to drop the bomb.

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