Natalie was the center of Bad Girls Club Season 13 Episode 2 drama, doing her best to wear out her welcome and win support from Nunn of her fellow cast members.
Specifically, people were upset at how she's been judging Judi.
Her treatment of one of the other co-stars seeking Redemption this season on Bad Girls Club Season 13 Episode 2 was what really turned the house against her.
A house that divided against itself, cannot stand. Or something.
Life Coach Laura has her work cut out for her, that's for sure.
Of course, she also has the deck stacked against her hardcore. You wouldn't have a Bad Girls Club: Redemption if these weren't very bad, bad girls.
Let's face it, you don't watch Bad Girls Club online hoping for a turnaround, for the ladies to become model citizens who are always on their best behavior.
You watch it for the train wrecks to behave as such.
If there was redemption in store for Judi, that would be a net positive, but her behavior is so out of control it almost seems like there are mental issues here.
Like Amanda Bynes, she's not a raging drunk, but she's having conversations with herself quite often and seems to embody the traits of several personalities.
She regularly takes "Judi time" to figure out who Judi is, yet it seems like she never really gleans the answer from that effort. This isn't all about drinking.
And why act that way voluntarily if you actually want to be liked? Which it seems like she does? This doesn't make any sense and is really a bit sad.
Natalie, meanwhile, is very much with it.
She details a plot to get Judi so drunk on Hennessy, wine, whatever it takes to get her out ... until she does an about face and starts to baby her instead.
Is Natalie just perpetrating a scheme to worm her way into Judi's good graces just so she can screw her over? If so, that's doubly sad after watching this.
Because it seems to really help Judi.
Life Coach Laura talks a lot about how the season is not about shame, "just growth." These two showed signs here on Bad Girls Club Season 13 Episode 2.
Can they maintain? That's a question that can only be answered next week, when the series returns. All bets are off. Just please ... no one call Sam Lutfi.