Marjorie wants Bonnie and Christy to go with her when she goes to visit Regina in prison. They say that can't make and give lame excuses. Bonnie, of course is too selfish and Christy doesn't want to see her because the money Regina left with Christy is gone because she gambled with it and lost. They eventually go and when Christy tells her what happened to the money, she takes it well. Apparently she found religion and is released early. She then asks them to go with her to church, Christy goes out of guilt but Bonnie who is still reeling from Alvin's death blames the man upstairs for taking him away doesn't go.
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Let me get this straight. You got released from prison three years early, you've been out for two days, you already have a great job and you're living rent free in a mansion with a tennis court?
Two, one grass, one clay.
And get this... Jill's letting me drive her old Range Rover.
It's a 2013, the GPS is all messed up.
[the women look at each other, cut to all of them in Regina's church clapping and singing
When can I start asking for stuff?
CHUCK LORRE PRODUCTIONS, #494
Many, many, many, many years ago, I had a job as a greens keeper at a little par 3, nine hole golf course. Every morning I'd get up at dawn and drive the tractor-mower up and down the fairways. Then I'd roll the special lawnmower over the greens, trying my best to make them both beautiful and challenging. In my mind, I imagined I was grooming Augusta National. Thinking back I can't help but remember that time as being perfect. My heart was at peace, my work was fulfilling, and each day was a gentle echo of the one before. But I quit that job and moved to Los Angeles because I wanted more. Can you imagine that? I wanted more than a par 27 Walden Pond. Don't get me wrong, I am deeply grateful for the way things turned out. It's just, try as I might, I can't make a sitcom smell like fresh cut grass in the morning. See more
References Peter Pan