Sorry for the delay. I’m struggling to muster up the energy to function lately. But I’m ready to give it a go now.
It’s time to leave the ghost-ridden plantation. At least for the ones to survive the night. Justin was so scared that he took Kelsey and left to stay in a hotel. If i were Kelsey, I be dumping him on the car ride home. On the way home they stop to play some golf.
At lunch Tamica goes into a whole long story about her dad dying when she was five. Because we can’t go five minutes on this show without some depressing morbid shit. I had such high hopes for this show. Barry times to shut her up by asking her to pass the sauce and she has a hissy fit about. I don’t think Barry will be getting the sauce. Her brother says that Tamica losing her dad at an early age has made her an attention seeker. And then her says she is insecure. Oh Lord. Now you’ve said the “I” word. The hit dog is about to howl.
The boys somehow are able to go golfing without the ladies. They must be so happy for the peace and quiet. Barry talks to Jeff about Tamica and her need to prioritize. Jeff suggests they try bondage. Jeff is very serious. Jeff could never in a million years be a Dom.
The girls go shopping at a cute country store with romantic male ghost. Tamica feels like Barry doesn’t listen to her. I wish I didn’t have to listen to her either.
Back home in NOLA, Tamica says she doesn’t have time to eat with her family. It’s simply not a priority. She seems to be able to eat with them if a camera crew is there, though.
Justin goes jewelry for a one year anniversary present for Kelsey. They are at a store with six figure items. This is too ridiculous. Dude lives at home with his parents. What does he even do for work? Barry bought himself a swatch. I didn’t see what Justin bought. Whatever it was given by the store for promotional time.
Tamica brings her daughter home from a kids party and she is full of attitude. Wherever does she get that from? Apparently, it was a mother daughter modeling event. There was a raffle and she didn’t win so she started crying. The kid’s version is that her mother always ruins everything. The little girl says her mama always yells at her. She just wants to go to her room. Again, with the sad stuff. At least Barry is listening to the kid.
Justin and Kelsey go out to a fancy dinner to celebrate their anniversary. They both say this has been the best year of their lives. I am starving to death and they ordered redfish. I love blackened redfish. It’s not really easy to find in Atlanta. I used to go to Copeland’s for it. I should do that. If it didn’t require getting dressed and getting out of bed. Justin gives her a necklace. You can tell she was hoping for a proposal.
Barry takes Tamica out on a dinner date. They can’t even recall the last time they had a date. The food porn on this episode is killing me. Barry tries to tell Tamica they are losing their connection. Tamica needs to make time for him and the kids. She is not listening. Tamica finally agrees to work something out.
Next week: It’s Easter. Even that looks depressing.