Thanksgiving has a way of bringing out the dirtiest of little secrets for even the most bonded of extended families. When you gather together a large group of people who haven’t seen each other in months (or even years), stuff is bound to get out into the open and like it or not, it’s not always for the best.
On the next episode of Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23, June will get to experience a Thanksgiving with Chloe’s family, since she can’t afford to fly back home. While the chance to spend time with the people that gave us Chloe sounds fun and delightfully inappropriate, the only problem is that June and Chloe’s dad hooked up in the second episode of the series and Chloe’s wheelchair-bound mother knows about it. But rather than coaching June on how to make things less awkward, Chloe wants her roommate to be on an even playing field with her mother – by acting as if she’s in a wheelchair, too. Chloe told her parents that June was in a horseback riding accident and fractured her pelvis in 60 places, but June’s not agreeing to go through with it. Yet.
Elsewhere on Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23, James volunteers at a celebrity soup kitchen in order to get some positive press. However, he and Luther actually have to do work in the kitchen, which neither of the two expected when they agreed to stop by during the holiday. James isn’t a bad guy, but he’s been in the entertainment industry long enough to know how to get the most coverage for the least amount of effort. How will he react to having to put a little elbow grease into the prime photo op?
Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23 airs Tuesdays at 9:30 on ABC.
How do you think Thanksgiving will go at Chloe’s house? Should June agree to get into the wheelchair to be on an even playing field with Chloe’s mother? Will James grow to like/appreciate the work that he does at the soup kitchen?