4. Dollaz Unlimited ModelsIn addition to Rich bothering his mama about a woman he was already warned was trouble, Rich reveals that he has some sort of modeling agency, aptly titled Dollaz Unlimited Models. And so we meet his new client, Jessica, who flirts with her manager with lots of sexual innuendo. Let Rich tell it, “Some women love your boy, Richie D.” Well, a certain type of woman anyway.
Why does Rich still expect us to take him seriously as a businessman? You know what? Don’t even bother answering that question. It’s fruitless. Speaking of complete waste of time and energy, at the party Rich throws for his new modeling agency, Erica Mena decides to crash the bash and come for Jessica’s neck.
That ultimately leads to a meeting of the minds between Rich and Erica. Rich explains to Erica that her trying to go upside the head of a client at what was essentially a business event made him realize just how badly he wanted to be in a relationship with her. I can only imagine what the pharmacists who watch this show make of this nonsense. I’d also like to ask show producers if they actually think viewers are rooting for Erica and Rich to be together.
I know I’m not. Frankly, it’s hard enough to watch self-destructive relationships play out, but it’s even worse when the people aren’t exactly the most endearing folks.