And, after all, Julianna Margulies said last month that Pierce would return to the show.“He did a six-episode arc, but he’ll come back,” she told a stunned audience at the time.Unlike most other customers she didn't bring a friend along to giggle and relax her, so I thought there must be a real need for sexual satisfaction in her life to take on this bold new step, as embarrassing and unfamiliar as it seemed to her.
Right now, her life’s work seems to be starring in multiple reality shows that run on her petty drama.So far we have Connecticut trying to convince us she’s a loving mother, has an effortless British accent, and is Boy George’s landlady. (No mention whatsoever of Boy George this week or why he’s still nowhere to be seen around his “home,” so perhaps Dorit’s finally dropping the pretense about him being a fixture of her family’s domestic life.) Erika Girardi is preparing to leave for a meeting at ‘The Young and the Restless’ to discuss her upcoming role. He’s very supportive, telling her he’s proud and saying how cool the opportunity is. “I’m a showgirl.” But she’s excited for this shot at a role on such an iconic soap, and has no time for people who put deadlines on professional success.Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump meet in the bar at Villa Blanca, and Lisa immediately starts talking about all the hard work she’s doing (yes, this again).Lisa quickly changes gears and starts making fun of Erika, repeating the lie that Erika flashed her “coochamonga.” LVP clearly thinks she’s very clever when she tells Kyle, “I saw what Mr.Girardi’s been munching on for the past 20 years.” Common as muck, this one.Meanwhile, Winn’s (Jeremy Jordan) girlfriend, Lyra (guest star Tamzin Merchant), gets Winn in trouble with the law.