Since I only caught up recently, here’s the short summary on what’s been going on, on Lipstick Jungle, my new Sex and the City.
Victory has just broken up with her millionaire boyfriend, Joe, who is replaced by her sweet contractor, Rodrigo, who is also a father. Joe who attempts to make Victory jealous with a Russian beauty but it backfires in his face as it pushes Victory even closer to Rodrigo.
While Victory dances between Joe and Rodrigo, Nico dances between her recently deceased husband and her young playmate, Kirby. As if that wasn’t enough, she has to deal with her husband’s own young playmate that is pregnant and broke. Nico sympathizes with her after much consideration due to her own stolen youth. Her job also doesn’t make her life easier as this new boss is breathing down her neck.
Wendy, on the other hand, pushes her husband back into his music days under a different name to avoid favors; however, she lets it slip which her husband later finds out and becomes upset. Also the star in one of her new films is diagnosed with a brain tumor. As a favor to him, she forges the insurance but later is caught after the star passes resulting her joblessness.
Now that you’re up to speed, in tonight’s episode Victory stands certain in her decision to be with Rodrigo that is until she meets his daughter. His daughter doesn’t like Victory much and the two of them are constantly clashing heads as Victory’s life becomes more glamorous. In the end, Rodrigo and Victory are back at square one.
Wendy, on a completely different side, is now a stay at home mom. As expected, she has difficulty adjusting to her new life and it brings trouble to the home. After leaving a charity party due to self doubt, she finally comes clean to her kids about the situation and it brings them closer together; a first for her.
Meanwhile, Nico gets a visit from her father begging for help with her brother George who is caught up in legal mess. After much debate, she finally gives in and helps her family get back on their feet. Also she shares more of her life with Kirby as she becomes more comfortable with the idea of “them”.
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