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The episode starts explaining how most of the footage in March is self-tape. We get quick scenes of Shannon Beador crying about how the disease could affect her already damaged lungs, Elizabeth Lyn Vargas putting a puzzle together as she explains her plan to save the animals, and Braunwyn Windham-Burke — who was already going through an astronomical life change — unraveling further while stuck in the house with Sean and their seven children. It's still weird to see Emily Simpson, Braunwyn, and Kelly meet up in the thick of it without wearing masks.
Shannon reveals that she and John had their first major battle when his son Joe broke her COVID protocol, and he chose to go stay with his son over her. Otherwise, it is nice to see someone in Orange County take pandemic protocol seriously. It made me a scene of Shane and Emily talking about still going strong almost feel delightful in comparison.
On a video chat with Shannon, Gina reveals her haircut, and has one of the funniest lines of the night about how salons should be considered an essential service when it comes to her. Love to see the women are now wearing masks in the insert where they hold the oranges, but really hate to see in the following montage how Elizabeth alludes to COVID being like AIDS again. Knowing what we know now about her , it seems for the best that they're taking the time apart it looks like they need. Kelly and Elizabeth once again contribute to my misery with a quick scene of them partying and a throwaway line about them getting tested.
At least when Kelly meets up with Shannon, Braunwyn, and Emily the next day, they all go into it wearing masks. Shannon really misrepresents how Elizabeth has been talking about her. While it is true that Elizabeth says her boyfriend Jimmy left after she exploded on him, Elizabeth was also pretty open on the show about him having to work the next day.
Both can be true, and it never came off like Elizabeth blamed his absence the next morning solely on Shannon. Emily and Kelly rightfully call her out in the confessionals for acting a little too much like the Regina George of Orange County. Gina was noticeably absent from the get together and it turns out the ghost of Tamra Judge once again strikes, with Shannon suspecting that her soured relationship with the former housewife caused Gina to cancel on her. While at first I thought it was low-key brutal that Kelly compared Elizabeth to blowfish, the next scene showed Braunwyn really bringing out the knives for the newest housewife.
While Emily would hate for Braunwyn to do that to her, she giddily soaks in the tea Braunwyn just spilled. The next scenes we are treated to are juxtaposed conversations between Braunwyn and Shannon in person, and Elizabeth and Gina on video chat. The thing is, Elizabeth knows this and says as much to Gina. Now in June, the show shows another clip package about how the women have responded to the killing of George Floyd, and how they are now contributing to the Black Lives Matter movement.
After one last package showing California is now opening up a little more, the episode ends with Shannon frantically calling Kelly to let her know one of her daughters tested positive for coronavirus. That couldn't have been the first person she sought out to share in her terror. Blogger Photo. By Marcus Jones.
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