Gallery Girls, Episode Two: Budgets, Bitches, and Flying Bechamel
Back at Eli Klein's gallery, Eli's interviewing a new personal assistant. Maggie once held the job, and she and Liz talk about what that was like. In short: not so much art, way more assisting with socks and shoes than you'd expect. Maggie and Liz are becoming friends, and their mutual sass warms my heart. It's like watching the Absolutely Fabulous ladies back when they were younger, before they started drinking.
Short salon interlude where we watch Chantal's hair getting cut. Are we going to have a salon scene in every episode? Chantal talks about how she didn't consult her boyfriend before chopping off her hair, like it's sooo edgy to not require permission from your partner about the way you present yourself to the world. Boyfriend Spencer shows up and is soul-crushingly supportive, saying all the right things in a very affirmation-seeking way. Chantal responds with radio silence, essentially. Spence, honey, she's just not that into you.
End of Century's $5,000 in the hole. Chantal and Claudia discuss what to do. Each thinks it's the other's fault. Yawn.
Angela goes to a bar with her gay entourage, dressed as a French petticoat from the 1800s. Or, as she describes it, "a mating bird. A bird ready to mate." Either way. She outs her dad's extramarital affair for all of cable-watching America, then confesses that she's never had an orgasm. I'm not sure why any of this matters. A stranger at the bar buys the group a round of drinks, and Angela squeals, "Who? Where?" Issues, man.
Coming up next: Liz has daddy drama. Eli and Maggie continue to be awkward. End of Century's still in the hole. See you then.
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