Gordon Elliott is making some point about storytelling in which he uses an example of "the time grannie fell in the fire" and then served cake. Concern for Gordon Elliott's fire marshal skills (and grandmother) is at a fever pitch.
First stick of butter reference. Drink.
Paula officially gets remarried. Her sons are psyched she's happy, but mostly
stoked they don't have to invite their lame, sad mom to dinner anymore. High five!
Now we're talking Paula Deen's "movie star" turn in the smash movie no one has stopped talking about since it rocked our senses in '05, Elizabethtown
. (Paula spotting at 0:50, y'all
Paula's friend Bubbles weighs in, finally.
The diabetes bomb drops. We now see a clip of her measuring out "one tablespoon of butter" on her show, which is really half a stick of butter, followed swiftly by a man saying it was like watching an alcoholic drink herself to death. This shiz is getting DARK.
Game changer: Paula gives up sweet tea.
"Mom doesn't eat butter out of the wrapper... at the house."
Time to cringe and awe as Paula screws the pooch on her harassment lawsuit deposition by going rogue-racist.
Commentator says Twitter now believed there was something "blubbery or bleeding in the water". Unclear what any of those words mean in or out of context.