Recap: Party Down South: Spilling, Spelling and Spaghetti

We Might Be Aliens, According to Daddy

On the recent episode of Party Down South, things get a little weird. Let’s break it down, shall we?

After Mattie gets upset about how everyone is treating Hott Dogg, Lyle somehow becomes the Oprah of the house and calms her down.

Walt likes to people watch in the house (or creep on Daddy and Hott Dogg in their bedroom in the dark).

“We’re close! It’s called building memories. Cuz someone’s gotta remember it,” says Walt.

Cut to the next morning. Murray and Walt hire a pool guy, and he can’t believe his eyes when he sees the mess.

Meanwhile, Mattie is waist training like Kim Kardashian?

That evening, Hott Dogg feels bad about spraying soda all over Lauren and Tiffany the other night, so she tries to mend things by making spaghetti for dinner and:

Then, the family holds a drunken spelling bee to pass some time, which proves that spelling is not Daddy’s strong suit. Apparently, waltz is spelled with an apostrophe z?

The next day at lunch, Mattie learns about a disease she never heard of before.
“The clap is the sound it makes when people are doing it,” explains Mattie. “I kinda like the clap.”

And finally, Daddy and Tiffany get in the craziest fight over Lil’ Bit. Subsequently, Tiffany smushes Daddy in the face.

Oh, and Daddy explains how “we might be aliens because all of the other animals on the planet are different than us.”

We’re with you Lauren, WTF is going on in the house? Guess we’ll find out if Daddy and Tiffany make up in the next episode, or if things get even crazier.

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