The best of Season 1.
When Celery Savoy and the Marquis de Sainsbury invite her to join an exclusive social club, Lillian expresses her joy through song.
That is to say: Are you a fancy person or a garbage person?
A cocaine wine-drinking competition between the Bellacourt sisters and their guests devolves into a full-on brawl.
The official theme song of the Clambake Club, traditionally sung in C sharp minor, which extolls the virtues of the mighty clam.
The Bellacourts' most endearing qualities come to the fore during Lillian's birthday dinner.
While posing as the Commodore, Peepers delivers a speech defending the rich to Mark Twain, Leon Trotsky and Mohandas Gandhi.
He's obscene, poorly groomed and ready to teach the finer points of decorum.
Lillian performs a song-and-dance routine about the shortcomings of the Irish in a bid to win the Newport's Most Beautiful Pageant.
A garbage state inhabited by stinky, bearded fisherman that is worthy only of derision, mockery and scorn.
Lillian and Beatrice engage in the unpleasant chore of having sex with their equally disinterested husbands.
Lillian parlays Victor's funeral into an opportunity for seduction.
What Beatrice calls roller skates.
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