YUP. I almost turned off the episode at that point. It was all ME! ME! ME! "I'm going to have a New York Times party!" "It's going viral!" (And her party apparently consisted of everyone sitting around her glamorous apartment checking Facebook and their text messages on their cell phones. Fun!)
SAME. It appeared to me that the brand was near her mons pubis area. But probably saying "vagina" is more dramatic for Sarah.
I had to laugh at the producer asking Catherine Oxenburg who Rick Ross was. Ummm...you're on your way to film with him -- shouldn't you have done some homework, sir?
I'm thinking of peacing out after this episode. I don't like any of these awful, narcissistic, overprivileged people. And I'm sick to death of the endless cell-phone-conversation footage and confounding timeline. I've already read enough and listened to enough about this case that this series feels like pointless (and boring) filler to me.
ETA: I DID like Susan (was that her name?) who seemed like the sanest, most down to earth person on this show. The second she realized what was going on, she got the hell out and demanded her money from Keith and Nancy.