Reba has offered to throw Kim’s baby shower. Sage is filming every moment of the planning process, which is awkward for June, because she still has a thing for him, even though he’s gay. But Kim invites a Malibu pal, Brooke (guest star Heather Dubrow from Real Housewives of Orange County), to help plan, and they both shoot down all of Reba’s ideas, and not in the nicest of ways.
Good news for Cash: The hotel where they’re throwing Kim’s baby shower is also hosting a teen beauty pageant. Bad news: Cash can’t get them to notice him. So Lillie Mae tries to help out by being his wingman.
Reba: June, look what I got -- a baby carriage piñata.
Lillie Mae: Because nothing says "love" like hitting a baby carriage with a stick.
Kim: Of all the fancy L.A. hotels, this one’s by far the best. It has the most celebrity overdoses.
Reba: That’s definitely the vibe you want for a baby shower.
Cash (upon seeing all the beauty pageant girls): I’m sorry I complained so much about helping out with this baby shower. I had no idea I’d be showered with babes.
Cash: These are the 50 hottest girls in the country.
June: Not necessarily. A much larger number of hot girls live in the more populous states, so proportionately, the sparser states like South Dakota--
Cash: Don’t ruin this with math, June.
Sage leaves the camera unattended, and unbeknownst to Reba, also leaves it recording. Reba trashes Kim in a rant to Lillie Mae -- and now it’s all on tape. Reba tries to delete it, and Kim catches on, though she assumes Brooke was on tape saying hurtful things. So now Brooke's in the dog house. Before it gets out of hand, Reba comes clean. Kim loves how Reba is honest to her face -- unlike the rest of her Malibu friends.
Lillie Mae plays damsel in distress in front of the pageant girls so Cash can swoop in and look like a hero. It takes a few tries, but he gets there.
And by the way: Sage was pretty excited when he heard June might like him. Does this mean he’s not gay after all? Guess we’ll see…
Lillie Mae: Look at you, breaking and entering. You know, it’s not often in the life of a parent they can say they’re proud of their kid and really mean it. This is one of those times.
Kim: Reba, look how cute these little sandwiches are! You cut the crusts off!
Reba: Actually that was Brooke’s idea.
Kim (slapping the sandwich down): I only like crusts.
Kim (to Reba): You say “y’all” a lot, and see, you don’t have to do that, ‘cause we’re in America now.
Reba: Okie dokie. Duly noted.
Kim: And your cornbread? Not as moist as you think. In fact, it’s sorta just downright dry. You know, the other day I fed it to the gulls on the beach, and they coughed for the whole rest of the afternoon.