I ended up watching the show last night at 10:00, then again at 11:00 (I was working on the computer and had the TV on in the room and never bothered to change the channel), then the first 20 minutes of the midnight viewing before I finally decided I'd had enough... [hangs head in shame]
Anyway, some random thoughts from last night's episode:
Kim G. looked older than her mother-in-law.
For someone who gets so offended about references to her past, Danielle sure was having a great time joking (in the clothing store, when Danny tried on the suit) about being a defendant on trial.
And some random thoughts in general on this season:
Table-tipping aside, did Danielle really think that she was in physical danger from C/D/T/J? (I'm assuming all of what we've seen so far this season took place before the weave-pulling incident, which happened in November, I believe.) She may consider them "mean girls," but did she really think they were going to physically attack her? Especially at the Brownstone or a public restaurant? I see no reason why she felt the need to have Danny and the other assorted thugs "have her back" in those situations other than to intimidate the other HWs. Danielle is the one that escalated the situation from mean gossip to veiled threats and intimidation.
Danille seems to me like a child who is determined to get attention and if it's not going to be good attention, then she'll gladly take negative attention -- to her, I think, the worst thing would be to be ignored...kind of reminds me of Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction ("Well, what am I supposed to do? You won't answer my calls, you change your number. I mean, I'm not gonna be ignored, Dan!").