The women are back from Singapore, and we’re all just very surprised that they weren’t detained.
Someone should have detained them.
In Bondi, Victoria has met with a friend to tell her about her long lost sister Lucy, but we need to make one thing clear: THIS SHOW ISN’T ABOUT FAMILY REUNION. This show is about grown women yelling at each other for reasons which need not be clear.
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Oh, don’t worry. Victoria’s finished talking about her sister and is now talking about Athena being a crazy person – which we’re pretty sure is a politically incorrect thing to say. She continues to (intentionally) pronounce Athena’s last name incorrectly, and repeats the phrase ‘she’s like a dog with a bone’ approximately seven times.
Meanwhile, Athena has returned home, and has chained her husband Panos to a stool to explain the drama in Singapore.
Their conversation doesn’t go like this, but it should:
Athena explains to Panos that Victoria ruined everything by not coming to dinner on the last night they were in Singapore. She decides it's vital to tell her husband Victoria is "pretty weathered" and that the "first time I saw her I thought she was a retired tennis player because she's wrinkly and brown".
Panos' face says WE'RE BEING FILMED WHY ARE YOU SAYING THIS.
It's entirely unclear why Athena, who clearly detests Victoria, is so hurt by her absence.
Panos says, "this would never happen with men" and thereby sums up the entire problem with this show.
At her home, Nicole is also telling her husband about how f*cked her friends are. He is desperately trying to mess with his internet connection so it will look like his Skype just cut out, but to no avail. At the end of the conversation, Nicole says, "I love you," and he just hangs up.
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