An Ode to Lady Morgan
This week Kelly shares her thoughts on the episode in the form of a poem.
My Ode to Lady Morgan
Thank you Lady Morgan for the Masquerade,
Although, this party would have been more interesting in the last decade
Even Jill thought it was worse than the Marriage Equality parade
Be sure to notice Lady Morgan's dress was not homemade
Thank you Chris March for the wig upgrade
Perhaps Sonja could have dressed as a bar maid,
Perhaps then I'd have lemonade for my Kellade
For the record, costumes don't help if you are looking to get laid
I may as well have been wearing a lampshade
Sonja's boyfriend is clearly handy with a razorblade
There goes Ramona looking to drop a grenade
Was it me or did the bartender appear a little afraid?
And, is it that obvious that her "staff" is underpaid?
Hopefully the bruise will fade
Any event after this will be a downgrade
Lady Morgan, please, when's the next Masquerade?
Read on for more of Kelly’s thoughts on the episode. . .
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