So, the big front-burner story that Adam and
Liza are in involves lost cufflinks, imaginary pens and shredded
shirts? I bet the actors were really drooling over THAT one.
We're going to have to call the action of doing something really
stupid and potentially ruining your whole life "pulling a Kendall"
because she does that kind of thing too often to not name it. So
Ryan saw her stripping for Aidan and took off on her. After all the
things she's done and he's forgiven her for, I guess this is the
straw that broke the camel's back. So then we're treated to an
entire episode of Kendall crying and feeling sorry for herself.
Normally, that kind of thing makes me cringe, but Alicia Minshew is
a fantastic crier. Horrific, heart-wrenching sobs. Very well done.
Maria made an appearance again this week. For a total of one minute,
three seconds. I know because I timed it. So, with approximately 215
minutes of air time a week, THIS is all we get?
Well, Tim's back. And apparently under heavy doses of speed. Are
they trying to make him just like Trevor? Because that's what he's
acting like. I hope they remember that Trevor isn't ACTUALLY Tim's
father, therefore he's not too likely to behave that much like him.
I don't understand Erica's moral dilemma. She knows something that
would establish reasonable doubt in Kendall's case, meaning she is
legally obligated to step forward and tell. If she didn't, Kendall
went to jail and it was found out later that she knew this bit of
information and sat on it, she could be prosecuted. But noooo, she
DOES tell and everybody bows down to kiss her feet at being so
generous. Only Kendall is ticked at her about it and I think she's
the only one who's having the logical emotional response.
Then there's the Greenlee/Leo wedding. A big, huge disaster. Was
there ever any doubt? Leo deduces that Guy is NOT his father because
Guy and Vanessa have blue eyes and Leo has brown. Wolfe makes me
want to shoot him by spending EVERY SINGLE SCENE threatening Vanessa
redundantly. Thankfully, Anna takes care of him for me. I wanted to
throw her a parade after she plugged him. Unfortunately for Roger,
Anna didn't get to him sooner. Ol' Roger ate hot lead. So long,
Roger! At least I won't have to be subjected to scenes of him and
Clothes: Oh my, there were many atrocities in the name of Fashion
these past couple of weeks. First off:
Adam: Blue, pinstripe suit with a grid-patterned shirt and a
paisley-print tie. A world of no. This could be the reason your
shirt got shredded, Adam, assuming you didn't do it yourself
(although we ALL know he did).
Trey: Wore a really blue tie to the trial. It looked like Pelt of
Smurf. Really, guys, how hard is it to match your ensemble when all
you wear is suits? That's like the easiest clothing ever.
Maggie: Wore a TUBE top. Really. I haven't seen that type of outfit
in twenty years and there's a REASON for that. It's hideous and
Erica: A dark yellow pants suit that attached at one shoulder. She
looked like a half-peeled banana. I felt like sticking a Dole
sticker on her somewhere.
Greenlee: Her wedding dress didn't seem to fit right. It looked
bunchy in places and that single strap just didn't belong.
Kendall: *pops knuckles in preparation for lots of typing* The
lingerie looked good on her, but since half the town saw her in it,
I'll have to deduct a few points. Her black clothing for the week
had potential, but unfortunately, there were little accessories that
ruined them. Her outfit that she wore when she got dumped had some
odd, pink, embroidery thing on it. Her black dress she wore to court
had one white sleeve. And finally, her very shiny red shirt. Lucky
for her, that was also the day for Maggie's retro '80s look and
Erica's banana outfit, so she was not the worst-dressed for once.
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