Heather buy the episode on Amazon.
The consultant doesn’t know what to do.
The consultant recruits the help of
The Head Consultant knows…
He nods and listens and then he says:
…is it that
And the bride is like:
Interview with Head Consultant:
“I just needed to ask her what she wanted!”
And I’m like
And what do you know, the bride emerges from the dressing room, wearing
And the consultant is crying
And the bridesmaid is crying
And the mom is crying
And the 3-year old is curiously absent
And the grandpa is crying
And the fiance is like:
“When I saw her come out in that dress, she just…she just looked amazing…”
“She just…she just…”
And teens all over the country, they’re watching and crying too
….and Guatemalan orphans are crying too
….and throwing their tortillas at the screen
…and North Korea nukes China
…and I’m like
…I wonder if they find the dress in this episode….
On an unrelated note, does this remind anyone
Asking hypothetically. If it does, I WANT ONE
I ran into this reality show the other day
and even though I’ve only seen 2 episodes, I already know it’s up there with this
I HAVE NEVER SEEN SO MANY POOFY DRESSES IN MY WHOLE LIFE!!!!
It’s very addicting. Here’s a taste why:
A bride-to-be is looking for the perfect dress for her wedding. She goes to a famous dress store and meets the consultant, who’s going to help her pick out the dress.
Lucky for the consultant, the bride has brought some people to help. Her mom, dad, fiance, siblings, fiance’s siblings, cousins, bridesmaids, bridesmaid’s cousin…
Who all look like this.
And the bride is like, “and I won’t be happy unless they aaaaaaaaall love my dress every single one!”
So they go into the dressing room and try on the dresses. (This is my favorite part.) (It’s just like Barbie!!)
And when the bride is sure she’s found the right dress, she goes out to show everyone
…who all hate it.
Back to the dressing room!
They try on scads and scads more.
They try on so many, they all start to look the same…
And I can kind of feel my IQ ticking south like a clock
(which is how you know it’s good)
And then magically…after trying on all those dresses…
They find THE ONE.
To me, THE ONE looks a whole lot like the other dresses she’s tried on. But it’s obviously pretty special because the bride starts to cry and stuff.
Anyway, the bride comes out wearing THE ONE, and her family is like:
And they love it.
The mom loves it. The dad loves it. The grandparents and bridesmaids and fiance and siblings, they all love it!
(usually like, the three-year-old daughter of the bridesmaid’s cousin, who the bride is really close to, who has been sitting quietly through the whole thing staring at the ceiling)
And the world turns up-side-down!!!
Aaaaaand then the YouTube teaser ends.
And I’m like:
Good gravy, am I really making this a two-parter??
A: YES I AM