Lisa is verklempt. Ken has nothing to say, adorably. If you paid attention in the preview you caught that the inspiration for Franck Eggelhoffer from the Father of the Bride is planning these nuptials. Buckle up, folks, this is going to be exactly the sort of understated affair Lisa is known for (similar to her not-too-large-at-all chair she sat in at dinner).
After Dana and Taylor make some snacks while wearing aprons (price not disclosed), the ladies gather for game night at the Wilkey abode. Things are all set -- the Dominoes food towers are lined up carefully, Dana's wearing Valentino shorts, the furniture has been moved conveniently out of the way. And then the guests start pouring in. Brandi hobbles in to make awkward conversation with Kyle. Camille and Taylor arrive to save Kyle and Brandi from certain turmoil.
But where's Kim?
No worries, -- she's here just in time to utter the best/most confused line of the season (thus far): "Pam. Dana?"
You can't blame the woman. She tells us roughly a hundred times this episode how little she likes new people (remember she already told us she also does not like new restaurants). How can she be expected to keep it all straight? Plus, calling Dana 'Pam" is their thing now. So excuse her if she needs to fix her makeup in the bathroom a hundred times while drinking her McCafe out of a real glass. That's just how this night is going to be.
I think she was thinking of Wynton Marsalis. Not that she really would be able to identify him or his place in history/the world either, but that name is the most similar.
I cannot understand how these grown, fortunate, mature? women can act the way they do????? Just be grateful for being invited and enjoy yourself..leave the ego BS at the door.
Carzy thus Toys in the Attic.
hmm i can see u have friends in the cast and its not brandi!! so my guess is u aprove that kind of behavior!! wow so classy!!