Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce Preview: “Rule #67: Don’t Kill the Princess”
Warning: Spoilers ahead
After last week’s Vegas spectacular spectacular, this week’s episode tames down the drama. But only a smidge. Before we preview tonight’s all new episode,Â let’s reflect on what happened last week.
The Vegas trip was a bit of a disaster for the women of GG2D:
- Abby’s hardcore cleanse didn’t last. And her one track mind when it came to that Cleo Stevens was a real buzzkill. Things weren’t a total wash, however. 1. She spent time with that hot “companion,” Carl (Victor Webster). And 2. A drunk Abby hooked up with a tripping Jake. That particular development was unexpected and unexpectedly hot.
- Lyla didn’t get an invite to the Sin City sojourn but thanks to Abby, she ended up in the limo anyway. She needed this to try and forget her troubles. Trouble is, she couldn’t. The decision on custody was imminent and it weighed on her mind. And because she’s Lyla, she didn’t exactly get along with Delia and Phoebe. But we’re going on record right now to say that this time around it wasn’t all her fault. Everybody’s personal drama threatened to get in the way of a good time. At the end of the episode, she found out the custody decision went against her. Dan (Michael Weaver) would get the kids the majority of the time. This is when we finally saw the connection Lyla has to her kids. Unfortunately she decides to take the kids on a trip. Ruh roh.
- Delia actually got a storyline. It seems like her family drama started to catchÂ up to her. More information is needed before making any sort of judgment or analysis. We definitely want to find out more about her past though. Can’t wait for this to happen.
- Phoebe’s baby jewelry photo shoot was a train wreck from the get go. She didn’t have her s–t together because she didn’t know what she was doing. Lyla tried to help and that certainly didn’t work. Abby was a no show and Phoebe needed herÂ presence desperately. It all resulted in a baby swallowing one of the bracelets, which left Phoebe’s professional career in doubt.
Let’s move on to tonight’s episode:
Synopsis for “Rule #67: Don’t Kill the Princess”: Abby (Lisa Edelstein) throws a birthday party for her daughter Lilly (Conner Dwelly) only to have Jakeâ€™s (Paul Adelstein) girlfriend, CW actress Becca Riley (Julianna Guill), show up uninvited. Abby wonders if sheâ€™s pregnant… and entertains what sheâ€™d do if she were.Â Meanwhile, Delia (Necar Zadegan) is handling the divorce of Gordon Beech (Matthew Glave), husband of acclaimed fashion designer Courtney Beech (Virginia Williams).
-Lilly’s birthday party takes a wild, wacky turn that makes usÂ want to say,”Only in L.A.”
-Don’t worry. Abby and Jake’s hookup isn’t brushed aside in this episode. In fact, because they’re celebrating Lilly’s birthday, the twoÂ will be in each other’s presence so thereÂ areÂ plenty of opportunities for awkward moments. And more heartfelt ones, too.
-Phoebe’s still dealing with her baby photo shoot woes, but that takes a back burner to another crisis. One that turns out to be kind of emotional for her.
-Now that Lyla’s MIA, Delia’s definitely one of the girls. And in this episode we see her at work…and at play.
-Jake’s directing prospects start to look up. But will it last?
Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce airs on Bravo tonight at 10/9c.
Photo Credit for Images:Â Sergei Bachlakov/Bravo
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