The Simple Life Reunion
Leeza asks whether Nicole or Paris is the instigator when they get into mischief. Nicole says that they feed off each other, because they look at each other and know what each other is thinking. Either Leeza heard a different answer than I did, or she just ignored what they said, because she continues by asking if Paris sets things up and Nicole just goes for it. Paris says that Nicole will go for anything. Leeza uses that to introduce the clip of Nicole fake crying when the feed store guy came to collect his money. Leeza says that the clip was over the top, and then claims, "Girls, we've all been there, right? Turn on the tears. Start crying." No, Leeza, only manipulative wenches like you use tears to manipulate men. Man, she is hateful. Leeza asks if Nicole really thought the guy would believe it. Nicole says it was so unexpected, and that she didn't know what to do, so she tried anything. Leeza says that there were times watching it when she didn't know whether to hug the girls or slap them. Janet agrees, and says that they laughed when they watched it, at times. Leeza says that it comes naturally to the girls, and that they could turn it on. So, they're naturally manipulative liars? Is that a compliment, really?
Leeza introduces a clip package of never-before-seen clips of Braxton being cute. Leeza asks the girls how much they loved Braxton. Paris says that they are obsessed with Braxton, and Nicole says that he can hold an adult conversation. I wonder how many little kids they've been around, because Braxton is cute, but he's hardly a wonder child. Leeza asks Braxton if he likes the girls, and he nods and looks scared. Leeza asks if he missed them when they left, and Braxton doesn't really answer and tries to hide behind Janet. Leeza asks if he can come over and sit with her, and then thinks to ask Janet and Albert's permission. Poor kid. Braxton walks over, and Leeza says that he can sit between the girls if he wants. Braxton would rather sit by himself. Smart boy. He points at Leeza and asks, "What's up?" Everyone dies laughing, including his family. Leeza says that Albert has raised three boys, but that Braxton can do chores. Albert agrees. Leeza points out that Braxton covered for Paris and Nicole on occasion, and asks how many times the girls made their own beds. Nicole says that Paris always made the bed, and Paris says that she made the bed while Nicole was still in it.