Angela says she just wants to look good and doesn't care if anything else goes wrong. Mindy I think is trying to make this sound like a fault, but wanting to look good on your wedding day doesn't seem like an irrational wish. (Oh my god, what if I'm bridezilla material and I don't even know it?) Two weeks before the wedding, she's in the car and is genuinely upset as she talks about having a phone conversation with one of her bridesmaids who says that she's not coming.
Angela walks into a dressmaker and Mindy tells us, "Having decided a wedding dress wasn't enough to get the attention she craves, Angela has also purchased a separate dress for the reception." Angela tries it on and says, "This is a hot momma dress!" She's not wrong -- it's a white silk sheath with a plunging back and spaghetti straps, and she looks fabulous. I also had another friend who did the same thing with a separate reception dress, and I strongly suspect this is cultural and just a desperate attempt to find something 'zilla-ish about her, rather than a blatant plea for even more attention than she's already be getting on her own wedding day. Also, it bears repeating that there's no harm in wanting to look amazing on her own wedding day. She's cute as she talks about wanting the crowd to part and ooh and aah at her dress, and then there's a shot of her mentioning she clearly can't eat for the next two weeks as she looks at herself in the mirror. No, the satin she is unforgiving, but Angela is rocking it.
Oh YES. Nothing says high-class affair like a Hummer limo. Factzilla tells us that, "in Texas, 19% of brides use a wedding planner." Thanks, Factzilla. But is that a lot or a little? With no context, this is just pointless.