Bethenny Frankel brought her abrupt demeanor to the latest episode of "The Neighbors" as a customer turned business opportunity for Debbie Weaver. At a garage sale, Debbie was selling some handmade purses she'd created for a previous failed business venture. Bethenny loved them -- though she seemed to find Debbie particularly boring.
Jackie was helping her sell the purses, and joined her on this new business venture once Bethenny's character offered to carry the purses for resale. It was a dream come true that quickly became a nightmare. Especially after Jackie agreed to up production, producing way more purses over the weekend than they could manage.
In typical "Neighbors" fashion, Larry and Jackie came up with the worst possible solution -- while having the best possible intentions. They roped Abby and her scout troop into creating the purses, turning the Weaver garage into a sweatshop. Bethenny's character took one look at that and dropped out entirely.
She'll crop back up, though, when she puts on her hosting hat for the debut of her self-titled syndicated talk show, coming this fall. Catch the first season finale of "The Neighbors" next Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. ET on ABC.
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