It seems like every time we see me this episode I’m attacking some lettuce with my fork.
Camille’s shower was beautiful; Kyle did a great job. I didn’t say a word the entire scene because, lettuce. What I don’t understand is that Camille knew LVP was invited so why not say that to LVP when they were texting?
At dinner with Lois (who is always goals), I continue my quest to be the Housewife who eats the most salad on camera. But things do take a bit of a serious turn when that day’s events regarding the Supreme Court nomination enters into the conversation.
No matter what side of the political spectrum you fall on, we need to take all peoples’ stories seriously and listen. Dr. Ford was strong and brave in coming forward, especially given the publicity and judgment that would come along with it. As Dorit was trying to say, this isn’t about politics, it’s about human decency.
Camille’s own struggles are upsetting and also deserve to be heard. But that cannot and should not negate another woman’s time and place to reveal hers just because they don’t align with when and how someone else thinks things should occur. That very doubt is the reason so many victims don’t come forward, to begin with.
Hearing Lois’s story is terrifying, and thank God it ended the way it did, but also a reminder that there is nothing more powerful than a strong woman who continues to march her way through life no matter what the circumstances.
As a bonus, we get the mid-season trailer at the end of this episode. And what fun— it’s the return of tearful-Teddi! This season has so much in store, I can’t wait for you all to continue tuning in to see what else romaines.