Liza: What were her flaws? Aiyana: People thought she was cold, a little condescending, elitist, but the biggest one – and this is so stupid and patriarchal I could scream – was that she wasn’t married. People couldn’t reconcile that. Liza: How was she supposed to fix that? Aiyana: I literally told her to find a guy with kind eyes and a strong jawline to stand next to her, and she would jump 10 points in the polls. Fifteen, if the guy had a normal looking kid. Liza: Really? And how did she take that? Aiyana: Not well, but she ate it pretty hard in that senate race, so if she runs again, when she runs again, I think she’d suck it up and do it. Liza: Do what? Aiyana: Recruit a discount Kennedy to walk her across the finish line.
Liza: Charles was supposed to come, but I guess I’ll just be hanging solo in a room full of judgmental couples. Lauren: Liza, no. No, no, no, no. Say no more. I’m gonna call my friend Stefan. He staffs bartenders, cater waiters, the hottest men you have ever seen. Now most of them are a Kinsey 6 gay, but they will definitely give you the old grope-a-dope in front of your PTA friends if you tip generously. Maggie: Lauren, are these sex workers or waiters? Lauren: Yes, they are.