We're hooked on Bravo's Gallery Girls, mostly because the ladies of the cast have been so consistently terrible since the pilot that, like a car crash or a Honey Boo Boo Child, we cannot look away. In this short first season, we've met so many awful people and seen so many crappy work environments that we're left with a long list of questions that we really hope are answered before the season finale in three weeks. If anyone has any explanations for us, we'd love to hear them, pronto.
How does Eli make any money at all?
Why do Eli and Liz awkwardly sit side by side at that desk, as opposed to across from one another?
How many dogs come in that Maggie needs to provide doggie bags and fresh water for?
Why does Maggie still work at this demeaning job? Does she not have enough experience to get a position anywhere else?
How does Kerri have such a nice and big apartment?
How do they all have MacBooks and iPhones if so many of them are supposedly so broke?
Do people really pay to have someone sit in a car service and bring bagels to a private plane? Is there not delivery or in-flight food?
Did Maggie actually count all the rocks in the bonsai trees, or did she just pretend to?
How many interns does a tiny gallery like Eli's need?
If Liz has so many family connections, why does she have to intern?
Does anyone in the art world really give a crap about Liz's dad?
How long until Chantal's boyfriend straight-up begs for a three-way with Angela?
Just how "popular" is Chantal in Asia?
Fudge is really a Japanese porn magazine, right?
Does Angela actually shoplift at Barneys, and if so, why would she stupidly tell the world that on reality TV?
Does Claudia have any sort of spine at all?
Are those picture frames really "art"?
If Amy spends money getting her hair done weekly, why hasn't her salon told her that her hair looks terrible and dated?
Why hasn't Ryan kicked the crap out of Eli yet?
Why don't the girls ever talk about art?
Does anyone ever actually buy the pieces in Eli's gallery?
Are these galleries even remotely respected in the art world?
Will anyone hire any of these women after seeing them on Bravo?
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