I am super late with this recap, but I’ve been busy and sick. I’ve felt like crap for days and finally diagnosed myself with Fresh Ripe Cherry Overdose FRCO. Shut up! I looked on the Internet and it’s a thing. I am overly cranky. I also may have just eaten a dog quesadilla. I feel like I am about to give birth to Rosemary’s baby. So this show better bring the funny, or there will be hell to pay.
On this episode, Leah’s mother wants a tramp stamp. My first reaction was I wonder how much money Leah offered her mother to get a tramp stamp. Leah’s mom says she has no problem with it being called a tramp stamp because she was a tramp when she was young. You go, Leah’s mom! It’s going down. The 64-year-old had a vision for her tattoo during one of her hot flashes. Wait, what? This shit is still going to be happening when I am 64? I thought my doctor said the sentence was 8-10 years? Why isn’t this bitch fat? 64 and still having hot flashes? Kill me now.
The tattoo is huge. It is the head of a jaguar with a woman carrying a jug of water on top. Because, she likes jaguars and she was born under the sign of Aquarius. The head of the woman is between the eyes of the jaguar head.
George, who I forget exactly how he fits into the family, is having trouble learning how to use the new POS system at the restaurant. Oh, yeah. He is Leah’s step father. Because Leah’s sister has gone down the street to witness the tattoo debacle, George is left alone in the store. He cannot work the new system. Hilarity ensues.
When the official tattoo day comes, the whole fam damily shows up much to the chagrin of the tattoo artist. Hours later, she finally has a tattoo. It’s god awful. A giant multicolored mess. No shade to the tattoo guy, he did the job he was assigned. But dayum.
The next episode seems like it is going to be all about making fun of the poor woman with FUCKING HOT FLASHES! They are mocking her mustache. I would like to point out that
we she really can’t see the damn mustache because she is old and blind and she is menopausal! The other thing I like about Leah’s mom is that she has a point system that works just like Tamara Tattles Tokens!
Leah and her mother both like to look up words to make sure they are using them correctly, and even when they are they decide they are not. It’s an interesting, and somewhat amusing form of illiteracy. I like that they try though. Leah has decided to change the ambience of Vivian’s Café. I love the ambience of Vivian’s. If Leah must do something, just let her buy new tables and chairs. I love the funky art and all the plants.
After a bunch of whackadoodle shopping scenes, Leah and her mother only buy one little sign that says, “Please Pay Cashier!”
Okay, that was cute. I really need to wash some dishes now. Or at least a wine glass and a fork. Am I the only one still watching?