So, here we are on episode two of Season 7, and we’re already finding ourselves at another lavish party. This season is going be filled with fun, and it’s going to be glamorous. Boy do these people know how to throw a great birthday party!
I want to point out how amazing it is that Eileen has been consistently working on Y&R since 1982! She was just a baby back then! Hands down, Eileen Davidson wins for the longest-working actress I know, and I can’t think of anyone more deserving. I mean really, people. Watching her in her first scene and then to see her controversial abortion storyline in ‘86 is really just incredible and exceptionally brave as an actress. Kudos to both Eileen and her castmates on Y&R for being so successful and celebrating 11,000 episodes!
I also loved watching Erika and her crew audition dancers for her upcoming Xpensive video! I loved watching them at Third Street Dance, because that’s where I rehearsed for Dancing With the Stars with Louis Van Amstel, and I have so many great memories! See the dancers hit those splits followed immediately by Erika Jayne howling, I have to say, is my favorite part of the whole show! Those dancers are fierce, and I can’t wait to see which ones were chosen for her nasty crew, because from what I could tell, they were all so good! That decision had to be hard.
Back to Dorit’s Buddha Lounge. Everyone, and I truly mean everyone, looked beyond gorg that night. Whether my compliments were appreciated or even accepted, who knows, and who cares, but I really thought everyone looked fab. I particularly loved that Erika showed up in a Moschino t-shirt dress, and I died when she said it was right off the runway. Oh, snap! If anyone is going to pull off that look, it’s definitely Erika. I also found PK’s speech to Dorit to be quite touching, and I was happy to be there to witness that kind moment between them.
So, you saw an apology tonight, and I meant what I said. I know I went in hard in hopes of the truth coming out. Like I said, I don’t need or expect an apology, because I have already forgiven, made peace with and moved on from last year’s situation. Again, life is too short, and I can’t control what anyone thinks, feels and says, but I can certainly control my reaction to what is said and done to me, and that’s exactly what I intend to do.
I want to end this by touching on the whole British humor thing. Trust me when I say that I understand and appreciate all types of humor, particularly British humor. However, to respond with, “I saw him with his head up another woman’s skirt” when asked by Eileen if anyone had seen her husband Vinny, was crude and inappropriate. In my opinion, there is no way you can hide behind the guise of “British humor” on this one. To quote Kyle from all of those Season 7 promos we’ve been seeing, perhaps I’m not the ONLY Lisa in this town that needs to sew her f----ing lips shut.
See you next week!