Kendra is throwing a dinner party? Please tell me the mansion staff is coming over to cater. Or that she is hiring someone to cook, and clean and entertain properly. Perhaps the caterer will lock her upstairs while the party is going on. That’s a good idea.
Maranie is Kendra‘s brother’s girlfriend and now her assistant. Maranie proved herself as a legit house organizer and now she’s dug herself a huge-ass hole because it turns out, Kendra can’t do a damn thing on her own! How could we have ever seen this coming?
Day of Dinner party (afternoon of, really): Kendra‘s mom came to the rescue with a crock pot.
Menu: Beef stew short rib, shrimp cocktail, Olive Garden salad, Rice Krispy treats. Mmmmmm.
Grandma (upon hearing Kendra’s white-trash dinner party menu): “Wonderful. That sounds very nice.” My nana would have at least offered to make potato salad. Kendra, save yourself the trouble and take the crew to Dave & Buster’s.
Kendra: “Eww I’ve never touched meat before.” It’s too easy. “I got used to touching the meat.” Yeah you did!
Kendra asked Amber to serve drinks at her dinner party. That is so insulting. If any of my friends asked me to bartend their couples’ dinner, I would dump a large iced coffee over their head. I would, girls. Try me.
Maranie went hiking, neglecting her duties as an assistant, and Kendra is angers. Maranie pulled attitude after Kendra made it clear what needed to get done. Oh no you didn’t! Take off those GD sunglasses and listen to your boss. Family and work do not mix. She’s condescending and thinks that Leonardo DiCaprio has a busier schedule than Kendra. Who does that slor think she’s talking to? It seems like it would take a lot to make Kendra mad, so Maranie must be one tough bitch to deal with.
Oh no! There are more people at the dinner party! Hank’s parents, Kendra’s mom and grandma, and now…Holly. Dressed appropriately for dinner in sweatpants and a leopard sweatshirt. You can take the girl out of Alaska.
End result: Huge success, given that your guests are meathead football players and their gold-digging wives. And grandma, who would eat sauteed grass if you made it especially for her.
Kendra: Sundays @ 10/9 c on E!