Death Wears A Sweater Set
Hoo boy, is it hard to skip over the fluff where there ain't nothing on but the fluff.
Cakes. We meet a "very good friend" of Mindy's from a place called "Perfect Endings." They do a tasting of delicious cakes, Trista telling us, "Ryan and I are dessert lovers." They both like soup. Made for each other. But alas, Ryan tells us that Trista does solicit his advice, but may not really be that interested in incorporating it into the wedding plans. Back at Perfect Endings, Trista tells Mindy's good friend Michael how good the cakes were. Things we've learned this very special season on The Bachelor: cakes are tasty. Next week on Trista and Ryan's Wedding: air is breathe-y.
Harry Winston isn't even good enough, so we're off to Tacori to kick it with some rings. Trista tiptoes through the diamonds, including one ring that we're told has "over two hundred stones on it." Just to put the math of this in perspective: I'll bet that the cumulative prices of the entire weddings of all of the married people reading this, when averaged together, cost as much total as the ring Trista has on her finger. Mad yet? Want to help me hurt them yet? Good. Because they say that a pure diamond cuts glass, so I'd be interested in finding out what else it cuts. Trista tells us that seeing a ring on Ryan's finger makes things "a lot more real." A quick montage recaps all of the visits they've made in what we're supposed to believe all happened in one day, I guess.
"This wedding is not about me," Trista says, a set of parentheses automatically settling themselves around that sentiment and a squiggly "not" line positioning itself in front of the open parentheses to indicate that whatever Trista just said, she in fact means the opposite. Here, like this:
~ (This wedding is not about me)