While Ahsha is learning to find her sexy, Olivia skipped out on some of the day’s DG obligations to tie up loose ends, with both Sloane and Mysterious Mia. Cue a frustrated Jelena eye roll, adding this instance to her mental list of examples of why she should be the first director slash captain in professional dance. It’s hard to believe these women have coexisted for so long; they’re incredibly similar, but lately whenever they speak there is an underlying feeling that they’re moments away from ripping each other’s eyes out and wearing them as dangling earrings at their next press engagement. Add said M.I.A. Devil Girl to the mix and it feels less than likely that both of them will make it through the season. They know too much! But we digress (in a major way).
There’s nothing like driving up to someone’s home unannounced and demand that they forgive you. It worked wonders for Pete, didn’t it? Pleading with her former best friend, Olivia wonders why they’ve lost touch and we in turn find out some juicy details about the good ol’ days–like when Olivia slept with Pete when Sloane was in love with him (but was she pregnant yet?). Damn, girl. That’s at least six or seven points of the Girl Code violated and destroyed in one fell swoop. “We used to be best friends. And then you changed, you became some other person. And if you’re still anything like that girl, God help the girls you’re in charge of today.” Ouch, burn, wow. Sloane knows how to serve up harsh truths AND make a convenient exit. Sure it’s a longtime overdue, but is it wrong (or selfish) of Olivia to want to make amends with her former BFF? If anything, she’s just trying to make end of the year Devil dinners and holiday parties a lot less awkward.