Singing, dancing, and a tight ass … this episode was a true showstopper! What more could one ask for on a Sunday night?
Before we dive in, I have to give a shout out to commenter "Love this blog." First off, GREAT name. Second, I agree that Kim and Sheree's discussion last week about the Holiday Inn deserves an honorable mention. Partly because it was hysterical, and partly because it reminded me of Chingy's classic, "Holidae In." So thank you for that!
This week's #3 moment goes to Sheree's new Aston Martin. If I were ever to purchase an Aston Martin (let's be real, I'd probably need to find my own Big Poppa first), I would want it to arrive with Sheree lying across the hood.
Now I totally get the need to treat yourself, so I was on board with Sheree's purchase. After a long week, I'll often treat myself to a delicious baked good or an enormous frozen margarita. Sheree's treat budget just happens to be ever so slightly higher than my own. Her unabashed honesty is probably one of the best things about this season, "Can I downsize? Yes. Do I want to? Not really." I'd expect nothing less, Sheree!
Kim delivered the #2 moment in her coy, demure, and downright coquettish seduction of "Tight Ass." You've got to give Kim credit, she knows what she wants, and she makes it happen. I want to be a singer. Bam! "Tardy for the Party" is born. "You could bounce a quarter off that ass." Bam! She's getting the digits. It seems the hidden secret to picking up men is just to keep complimenting their behind until they ask you out. I'm adjusting my approach accordingly. Best line? "Do I think he'll call me? Duh. Would you call me?" Yes, Kim. I would.
Clearly this is stating the obvious, but the #1 moment is Sheree's dance routine. Now I was a little nervous that Sheree was going to drop everything and have some words with the announcer who mispronounced her name. I mean first they made her get ready in a public restroom, and then they don't say her name correctly? As NeNe pointed out, isn't this "Dancing Stars of Atlanta?" What ever happened to dancing-star service?
I'm not sure what was better, watching the performance or watching the ladies' reaction to the performance. What style of dance was this supposed to be? I'm thinking interpretive, since there was a whole lot of sultry, slow motion gesticulating. Thoughts? I also need to find that song she danced to. I'm guessing it's called "Let's Get It Started," but my googling efforts only produced the Black Eyed Peas song. Shazam wasn't even able to solve this mystery! My eternal gratitude to anyone who can track down the title and artist.