After George's surprise proposal to Cody, Aviva and Sonja wanted to get to know his lady love (and Aviva's 25-year-old future stepmother) a little better. Over manicures (and Swarovski crystal dealing), the ladies asked Cody about her sex life with George, what equipment is involved, etc.
Cody reveals that she's got some little "George Ice Cubes" in the freezer for later, ensuring she can wait until she's 35 to have more mini George's running around. And the biggest reveal -- Cody reasserts that she's just with George for him. It looks like she's passed the Aviva/Sonja test. It's real love!
Kristen meets up with Sonja and LuAnn to pick up some hats for a trip to Saratoga. The ladies are ready to hit the races, particularly Sonja who considers herself the Saratoga veteran -- she knows how to turn $2 into $800 for college books!
What's the best place to have an engagement party for George? The Museum of Sex, of course! It's "a little cheesy" according to Aviva, but we have a few other words to describe the place. At least Sonja can try to pick up something to eat (if Harry lets her grab the cherry condoms she kept mentioning).
Carole believes that George getting engaged is "a total eclipse of the sun. You have to look at it, even though you know it's going to hurt your eyes." The ladies gather around to discuss the age difference -- and to remind Ramona not to bring up Cody's parents. But Ramona only heard a Charlie Brown-teacher-style voice in the distance and missed Sonja's words of warning.
Ramona's got tons of questions for young Cody. Is she wearing white because they are getting married tonight? Did she get that ring appraised and insured? Why would a poised lady like her want to marry George?
George isn't thrilled to hear that Ramona insulted his girlfriend and wonders where "that piece of garbage is." According to George, "Ramona is a bitch and you know what happens to bitches? They get f---ed by dogs." Thankfully the party recovers after Ramona flees the scene and Aviva makes a great toast, referencing that infamous hard-on from last season of course.
LuAnn looks very South of France chic as she meets Sonja for a bike ride and a tete-a-tete. Sonja survives the bike ride, but barely ("I feel like Elvis on the toilet"), but will she survive the grilling about Sonja and Ramona's relationship.
After the slightly shaken rose is popped, the ladies discuss Ramona's rude behavior at the party -- and how low their standards for her have become. LuAnn wants to know why Sonja values her friendship with Ramona over her relationship with LuAnn, but Sonja swears she loves them the same, Ramona's just more high maintenance.
The ladies arrive and get decked in their raceway finest (covering their nipples so they don't get the horses too excited). The ladies also start early with a few mimosas and a yen for mint juleps. What could go wrong?
Ramona arrives at Aviva, once again with flowers and an apology in tow. She wants to apologize for upsetting her "future whatever she may be." But she also wants to point out that Cody could be in a vulnerable place and that mabe Cody could be falling prey to an older man.
And right on cue, George arrives. And George takes the opportunity to hash out their previous issues, apologizing for making her party from last year "bleak." But when Ramona tries to apologize -- she decides she should also encourage George to stop being selfish and to let his lady go.
At this point, Ramona mentions that she's just worried her Avery might fall prey to a "lecherous man" like George. George's response? Ramona gave his fiance the "ultimate insult" by perhaps being racist. . .
After Sonja refused to make the big bets with the rest of the ladies ("the bank is closed"), meaning that it was impossible to make her winnings back. On the other hand, the rest of the ladies won huge. Saratoga-style hats for days!
Meanwhile at the racetrack, the ladies are having a grand old time. Sonja is "half horse, half man" (Sagittarius), so she can just feel the elegance and the manners -- which is probably why they spent so much time discussing if jockeys are well-endowed or if all men are the same size laying down.
After getting glammed up for the evening out minus Sonja, the lady arrives (bellowing "bitches" as she comes in the door). When LuAnn and Heather came upstairs to check on Miss Morgan, she was none too pleased.