Sarah hears that back row mezzanine seats have become available for Jen Shah's upcoming trial, and immediately contacts the SarSquad (her fish, PK), to arrange for tickets to opening night (it's a limited run/support the arts!). She thinks of no better person to unpack all the baggage associated with Jen's on and off camera work than AG's official legal correspondent, Emily D. Baker (former prosecutor, legal commentator, and the host of The Emily Show). They discuss how Jen's legal future may be impacted by her positioning herself as a victim onscreen, the complicated reality behind Whitney's booby prize (giving Seth a boob cake), and how the pressure of focusing on women's bodies often falls on women to resolve, and why it's important to see Heather as an imperfect person when it comes to the Lisa debate. Winter is here, let the opinions snow (a different kind, RHONY) - it's Andy's Girls, Episode 279!

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