There was much discussion of what makes someone a good hostess. Sonja thinks neither Carole or Kristen got that gene. Meanwhile, Ramona does her best to make the best of it. "I'm stuck here. Unless my friend with this private plane comes and gets me. But I already pulled that one in the Berkshires. I don't think I'm allowed to do it twice with these girls. They'll never forgive me."
Did you ever see such a sight as Ramona Singer trumpeting your arrival with the promise of cold beers with limes? Ramona just wants to make sure everyone has their refreshments, even if Kristen is a "sh-- ass hostess."
LuAnn is game for a cold beer -- and so are the rest of the ladies. Perhaps, they've already had a few though, since Ramona was nearly killed whilst tripping over a stray boot. Maybe there was too much comfort at that "Comfort Station."
Carole thinks these women can be "confusing and overwhelming." That might be the biggest understatement of all time. But Carole's advice helps Kristen feel a bit better. For now the best plan is to take a break and then go "glamping."
After rousing Sonja from a deep sleep, the ladies make it to their glamour tents. Ramona's excited because she's ready to have "another experience." Everything Ramona does seems like "another experience" to us.
Heather tries to break the ice with Kristen by throwing out a casual "move over bitch." This creates a bitch standoff. "Are you really calling me a bitch?" retorts Kristen. "If you want me to," says Heather. So icy!
Ramona is taking the Montana bull by the Montana horns. She think she's been doing most of the hosting work, what with the comfort station and the heaters. LuAnn thinks Ramona is acting a bit like a "diva brat," but Ramona lost her voice from the stress! Kristen's thought -- "Ramona can go f--- herself."
Sonja doesn't agree with the way LuAnn handles her candles, but they've been friends for almost a decade. They are just two wicked stepsisters who can't agree on how to handle wax. Say what you will about LuAnn's height, but there's a soft center at the middle of that statuesque frame.
And then the bossy talk comes back again. . . Kristen thinks Heather controls every aspect of her life -- and that she should just admit it. So Heather stands up on the chair and confesses to her bossy crimes.
But her goofy acceptance is not enough, and Kristen keeps going -- and says Heather is bossy at home. Once Heather's husband comes into it, the "mama bear" instinct comes out. She suggests Kristen stops really fast.
Alternate hostess Ramona, the surprise diplomat, goes to try to bring Kristen back to dinner. Shockingly the ladies start to bond over Heather's husband's "plainness." At least Kristen is connecting with Ramona over something. . .
The ladies head for the rodeo, perhaps a touch overdressed and ready for some "Rocky Mountain Oysters." After failing to find the VIP section, the ladies take in the sights form the cheap seats. Someone get Sonja a hot dog.
On a run to the port-a-potties, Kristen vents to Carole. Carole tries to defend Heather. She thinks that Kristen might be throwing stones from a glass house when it comes to talking about someone else's marriage.
The ladies then tried their hand at throwing hatchets (once someone told Sonja she had to leave the cowboys alone). Everyone did surprisingly well -- considering they had never thrown literal knives before.