Mama Drama chronicles the complex dynamics between five pairs of BFFs, who also happen to be mother and daughter, living in a Las Vegas penthouse. This series is so crazy that we thought we’d let the mothers and daughters speak for themselves. Check out the five most outrageous quotes of last night’s episode!
1. Once again the house drama has escalated to what seems like the point of no return. Old Gina, Marcella, Debbie and Young Gina were repulsed by the strip club and left early on the party bus. The ladies who remained were extremely annoyed by being left at the club, which seems rational until you find out that the party bus went back to pick them up, not to mention that Debbie asked everyone if they wanted to go with them before their departure. The women who came home early had no idea what kind of s— storm was on the horizon. Hurricane Sharon busted into the house ready to destroy everything in her path. Quickly the conversation turned from “you left us at the club,” to “you are racist.” In the past Debbie has said some questionable things. This particular conversation, however, had nothing to do with race. Even Loren agreed that the racism comments were unrelated and told Sharon to pick her battles. And Debbie is quite frankly sick of it:
2. Amidst the screaming and accusations of racism towards Debbie, Sharon breaks multiple glasses. Those not involved in the fight are trying to shut it down and encourage Sharon to clean up the broken glass by offering her a Swiffer. She replies:
3. One of the greatest elements of reality television is the juxtaposition of the calm, cool, and collected confessional interviews paired with the madness of the situation in question. Sometimes it offers insight into how self-aware a person is or isn’t. Sharon’s confessional in this episode illustrates that point perfectly:
4. Reality television has brought some colorful (and amazing) phrases into our daily lexicon, but Loren’s made-up word is literally the perfect way to describe the Hurricane Sharon situation. Let’s all take a minute to add “vag-aster” into our regular vocabulary:
5. Once the women saw the light of day, and Sharon sobered up, the previous night’s drama seemed silly and they promptly apologized, made up and rejoiced in being a family again. What’s a better way to celebrate your bond as women than going to a drag show? There really isn’t one. As the women get ready for their night out, Debbie quips: