Trishelle, Arissa, Irulan, and Brynn lie around and talk. Trishelle says that when she told her father she had made it on the show, he said that he was disappointed in her. That's exactly what I would say. Score one for Mr. Trishelle. Trishelle says that her father hurts her feelings a lot, and often tells her that she's a screw-up. Well, she is. I mean, maybe he could be a bit more supportive, but it's not like he's a liar. In an interview, Trishelle has the fattest face ever. I don't know what the story is with that. Anyway, she says she feels like her daddy wasn't there for her when her mother died, and she feels like he should have been there "to guide [her] or whatever." So far in this episode, Trishelle has told us about two people that she needs to guide her. Can she think for herself? She's twenty-two years old. Brynn starts bragging about how great her father is, and how he brags about her. Wow, way to make Trishelle feel better. Trishelle says that she doesn't have anyone to be proud of her now. What about Buffy? And Bryan? In an interview, Irulan must be a psych major because she says that losing her mother in early adolescence clearly affected Trishelle's confidence. Irulan thinks Trishelle "sees herself through her father's eyes, and her father has made her feel like a second-class citizen." Okay, but she's an adult now. Get some therapy and move on like the rest of us. Trishelle stares vacantly at her pillow.
Episode Report CardKim: B | 253 USERS: C+
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