Last week’s Little Women: LA reunion special was full of rehashing the season’s drama but offered nothing in the sense of reconciling differences. In TV land, the two parts of the special were filmed concurrently, but in the real world, we’ve had to wait an entire week to find out what happens next in the Little Women: LA Reunion Part 2.
At the end of last week’s Part 1, Lila asked Terra “Do you think [Joe’s] a noble man to be a father?” It’s a low blow since he’s gonna be a father whether Lila wants it or not, but before Lila can reveal any of the juicy deets that we’ve been craving (and hoping for), Terra and Tonya bellow and screech until Lila leaves. But before she does, she calls Tonya “ratchet.”
Personally, I disagree with this word being used to describe Tonya. She’s been “surly,” “classless” and “rude,” but ratchet is a word you’d use to describe someone who might not know better (i.e. is young.) Lil Boss has been a little extra-angry this year and could have kept some of her actions a little more in check. Is it possible that the break up with Trevore has her still bummed out? And is it me, or did Tonya seem drunk? I mean, look at what’ behind her. It’s either a prop, or it’s liquid courage.
Then we got to see a never-before-seen scene. Elena considered getting her breasts enhanced. Earlier in the season, we saw her get her booty injected with belly fat, but she ultimately decided that she doesn’t want a bigger chest…for now. “I don’t want to hear the sound of jiggling going on during the sex.” Oh Elena, you are already beautiful and sweet. Don’t change your body now.
We rehashed Tonya’s fall-apart relationship with Trevore. I liked him when we first met him, but once we had to learn a new way to pronounce his name, I was over him.
Up next, the heartbreaking saga of Briana and Matt. She so desperately wants love and Matt seems like a nice guy who has made mistakes in his past. Her friends are in business that isn’t theirs; a relationship is between two people. Let Briana is an adult: Let her make her choices and if the relationship turns out to be a mistake, let her find that out on her own. Be there to support her, not sabotage her.
After the break, the set gets a lot more crowded. It’s time for the men! (Why is Tony’s boyfriend of 5 minutes sitting in the second row like he’s unwanted? And Preston too? Can’t they fit two more chairs on the set?) Joe still is too immature to apologize for his part in this season’s fights. Todd has apologized to Erik, Terra and Traci but Joe still acts like a brat. I’m so tired of this whole fight, it’s rehashing stuff that happened and can’t be changed. Especially not by yelling.
Finally, we hear about the upcoming season of Little Women: Terra’s Little Family. It will be interesting to learn about the challenges that Terra and Joe are about to undergo. But I don’t think I feel a need to recap this one; I am wishing them a drama-free end of Terra’s pregnancy.
As for the other ladies…
Tonya is about to star in a workout video and make a line of workout wear for little people.
Christy has earned her certification as a recovery coach and also announced that Todd is working towards becoming a life coach. Tanika Ray did a spit take when Christy announced Todd’s new venture. At this point, I would again remind Tanika that the host of a TV show is supposed to be impartial, but at this point she’s hopeless and she hasn’t been listening to me up to this point.
Briana hinted that she as has a “Top Secret Venture” that she’s working on. And I’m totally intrigued.
Elena revealed that she’s still working on her clothing line and is considering opening a beauty salon where she can do hair and makeup. It’s a perfect fit for her and I would love for her to do my makeup. Maybe she’ll get her own show and Lifetime can set up a mini-salon at the Television Critics Association’s Sumer Press Tour and she can give me a smoky eye!
Traci says that Erik gave her a dog and she loves her puppy, but she’s looking forward to becoming the mommy of a human baby. I’ve heard of lots of women who get pregnant as soon as they adopt a pet, so I wish Traci and Erik the best of luck in their adventures.