It’s Day 3 in Careyes, and the girls are all waking up from the shitshow of the night before. Poor D’Andra is so hungover. Ugh, her hangover gives me flashbacks to just dying in bed the day after heavy drinking. (It’s amazing to me that she still manages to rally!)
Kam and LeeAnne are chatting on their balcony. Kam tells LeeAnne that she almost went and slept in her bed with her the night before, but she didn’t because she thought it would start more drama, and that Stephanie would be mad. She’s not even sure if Stephanie slept in their room, because when she woke up this morning, Steph wasn’t there.
Brandi, D’Andra, Steph and Kary are all chatting in Kary’s room, and we learn that Steph actually went to Kary’s room at like 7:30 AM and poured her heart out to her. She was upset about the fight between Brandi and Kam – she felt like by Kam calling Brandi trash, she was actually calling her trash, too. Steph tells us she wasn’t raised with money. Kam’s comment doesn’t sit well with her. And Kam also implied that Steph wasn’t a good friend to her, which bothered her as well. We get a flashback of Steph crying to Kary in her room.
We’re switching back and forth between the two separate groups. Kam now says to LeeAnne, “What’s the purpose of having new roommates if we don’t get to know each other more? There’s just no effort.” Kam is acting like she literally just met Stephanie. This is so freaking bizarre to me. You know her! You’ve known her for at least two years. LMAO. I can’t.
Brandi asks D’Andra how she’s feeling. “I don’t remember much,” D admits. “The last thing I remember is sitting next to Kameron and a napkin going flying.” Steph asks Brandi if her and Kameron are good, and Brandi says that she hasn’t talked to her yet. Meanwhile, Kameron is telling LeeAnne that prior to the fight, she thought everything was good. She doesn’t understand why it was so taboo to say that she felt the group could be “cliquey” at times. LeeAnne tries to explain to her that Brandi felt triggered when Kam called her trash. Kam acts like she gets it, but she doesn’t. “But her behavior was trashy.” Sorry Kam- yours wasn’t? You threw a napkin in her face. Brandi tells the girls that Kam has double standards, and it’s annoying.
Kary planned a beach day for the girls, so they all get ready and head out. (D’Andra, I’m amazed at you right now. I honestly would’ve just died in my bed the rest of the day, LMAO.) It’s their last day and they just want to have fun. There’s a “sweat lodge” on the beach (I’ve never heard of this before, but after watching, I’m intrigued and I want to go to one!) and D’Andra, Steph and Kary decide to do that first. The Shaman explains that the sweat lodge is like a “womb”, and when you go in you say intentions and then you come out “reborn.” I am so emotional watching Steph you guys. Her journey feels similar to mine in a way (with her depression and anxiety) and I just truly feel her pain. The girls bond while doing this, and it’s nice to watch.
LeeAnne, Brandi, and Kam are all hanging out on the beach. Kam asks LeeAnne and Brandi what time they went to bed the night before, and Brandi replies, “2:30.” Kam admits that she couldn’t sleep. Brandi asks, “Why couldn’t you sleep? Because of us?” Kam says yes, so Brandi asks her if she wants to go talk. Kam agrees, and the two girls go off to the side to have a private conversation. This pisses off LeeAnne. Brandi and Kameron make peace with each other. It starts off a little rocky, and when LeeAnne sees Kameron crying, she makes her way over. “Can we please just finish our conversation?” Brandi asks. LeeAnne is like, “No. Last night I tried to have a conversation and I was told to stay at the table, do you remember that?” LMAO LeeAnne, you weren’t told that by Brandi though, you were told that by D’Andra. Why are you taking it out on her? LeeAnne goes back to her beach chair, and is just muttering things to herself. “Fucking dumb.” I’m LOLing. Brandi and Kameron actually truly do make peace, and it’s nice. LeeAnne, still talking to herself, says, “This is the worst trip ever, and I got a flesh eating bacteria the last time I was in Mexico.” I am done LMFAO.
When Kameron and Brandi go back to join LeeAnne, LeeAnne immediately gets up and leaves and takes a walk on the beach. Brandi calls it – she’s mad because she was talking to Kameron. “I’m sure she understands that we were having a private conversation,” Kam says. Brandi is like, “She doesn’t.” Steph, Kary and D’Andra come back from the sweat lodge, and rave about how great it was. Kam and Brandi decide that they are going to do it, too. “Where’s LeeAnne?” Kary asks. Kam says she doesn’t know – she went for a walk but she doesn’t know where she is now. She decides not to go look for her because she thinks she needs space. Kam and Brandi head to the sweat lodge, while D’Andra, Steph and Kary now chill at the beach.
LeeAnne comes back, and the girls ask her what’s up. LeeAnne admits that she felt left out because Brandi pulled aside Kam to talk. (Dramatic. So dramatic.) Steph feels like LeeAnne isolates herself – maybe not on purpose, but it still happens nonetheless. LeeAnne says that she realizes she’s her own worst enemy.
The girls head back to the house, and their getting ready for their last dinner in Careyes. Kam and Brandi decide to play a harmless prank on the girls – they put flour in Kary’s blowdryer. It was cute and funny, and I honestly love when the girls are like this and getting along.
In the van on the way to dinner, LeeAnne brings up the fact that she felt left out by Brandi. In Brandi’s confessional, she tells us that she thinks LeeAnne is jealous that she made up with Kameron – which I totally agree with. Brandi gets upset in the van, but they arrive at dinner, and it’s dropped – for now.
The girls are all chatting at the table, and Kary mentions how Stephanie chatted with her earlier that morning. For whatever reason, that pisses off Kameron, and she’s now feeling some type of way toward Stephanie. It’s also awkward between Brandi and LeeAnne, so Brandi asks LeeAnne if she wants to talk, and they leave the table and go for a walk on the beach to clear things up. Kary, who is forever toasting to everything, toasts to the trip and then says that Kameron is so fun. Stephanie agrees, and Kam stops her. “Stephanie, stop. You say I’m so much fun, but I don’t feel like some of you guys have tried to get to know me.” In her confessional, she tells us she doesn’t feel like Brandi and Steph have tried to get to know her at all. Ummmm, what? Kam is acting like she’s the new girl. WTF is she talking about?
On the beach, Brandi and LeeAnne are trying to hash it out. Brandi is being (brutally) honest. She says she doesn’t feel like LeeAnne has been listening to her, or anyone. And that she brings up her past to get attention. LeeAnne is like, “You think I want pity?” Brandi doesn’t want to answer. “I don’t want to fight with you, LeeAnne.” LeeAnne won’t let it go, and Brandi finally caves and admits that yes, she believes LeeAnne wants pity from what she went through in her past. She thinks she lives in the past, which really pisses LeeAnne off. Brandi doesn’t get it – she’s gone through some shit too, but she doesn’t bring it up the way LeeAnne does. The girls are all watching from the table, and they can’t tell how things are going, because both girls are passionate about their feelings. Steph finally gets up and intervenes. “Do you guys still need more time to talk?” Brandi is crying at this point, and she says she doesn’t think LeeAnne is actually going to hear her. Steph and Brandi go sit by the water, and LeeAnne comes back to the table.
LeeAnne fills the girls in on her conversation with Brandi, and Kary tells us in her confessional that she thinks LeeAnne is just being a big baby and she needs to shut up. Somehow, LeeAnne also brings up that she’s kind of hurt that the focus of the trip has been on D’Andra’s 50th birthday, even though “that was like two weeks ago” and LeeAnne has a huge event coming up that no one has talked about. D’Andra is annoyed and snaps, “I wouldn’t know about that because I haven’t been invited to that event.” LeeAnne tells us in her confessional that she doesn’t understand why D’Andra would want to be invited, since she tried to break her and Rich apart. (If you feel that way, why are you even bringing it up then? I’m confused.) Steph comes back to the table (Brandi is still sitting by the water) and basically asks LeeAnne what went wrong. LeeAnne says that when she and Brandi are surface level, they can be fine. But when they are “intimate”, that’s when things go wrong. Brandi comes back to the table, and we end on the weirdest note – all of the girls are kind of fine?
What a strange episode! This group is so friggin dysfunctional, LMAO. But I love it.
Until next week!