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Utah lawyer charged with defrauding clients arrested again, accused of violating release terms

FBI agents arrested Calvin Curtis while he was shopping, his lawyer said.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Estate attorney Calvin Curtis, who pleaded guilty to federal charges of wire fraud and money laundering, was arrested again Thursday after he allegedly violated the terms of his court-ordered release agreement.

A Salt Lake City estate attorney who previously pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges was arrested again Thursday after he allegedly violated the terms of his court-ordered release agreement.

U.S. District Judge David Barlow in December had allowed Calvin Curtis, 61, to be released from custody ahead of his March sentencing hearing on the condition that he immediately resign as a trustee, wrap up his law practice within 30 days and tell all of his current clients that he is a convicted felon.

He also was limited to the use of one credit card with a limit of $2,000 or less, and he was not allowed to open any new lines of credit.

Curtis was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail on Thursday after he allegedly failed to provide a list of his current clients, failed to close several of his credit card accounts, and made a money transfer for a third party, according to Curtis’ defense attorney, Greg Skordas.

“They’re not new crimes,” Skordas said of the alleged violations. “I don’t want to downplay them — they are serious.”

As an estate attorney, Curtis handled financial accounts for multiple clients, many of whom were considered vulnerable. In all, federal prosecutors accused Curtis of embezzling at least $9.5 million from clients since 2008, fraudulently diverting funds from at least 22 different trusts.

He pleaded guilty in November to charges of wire fraud and money laundering.

Curtis will remain in jail until at least Tuesday, when a hearing is scheduled on the alleged violations. Federal prosecutors on Friday declined to comment about the case.

“We hope that we can address these on Tuesday and that the judge will allow him to be released again with the condition that he follow through with everything he’s supposed to do,” Skordas said.

FBI agents along with U.S. Marshals arrested Curtis while he was shopping at a Walmart, Skordas said. His car remains in the parking lot.

“I think everyone’s trying to get his attention,” Skordas said. “I’m certain that this has accomplished that.”

A federal prison sentence of just over six years was recommended in Curtis’ plea agreement. His sentencing hearing is slated for March 15.

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While there currently is not a public health order issued by Dr. Dunn, I would vote to overturn any effort to mandate...

Posted by Steve DeBry - Salt Lake County Council on Friday, January 7, 2022

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It may well be that only 1 in 10 cases is counted now."},{"_id":"YQOOYMC5ORGPHJMLUP7HOLTQYM","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779724,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Dr. Michelle Hofmann, deputy director of the Utah Department of Health, expects daily case counts to reach about 12,000 a day in Utah by month’s end — an estimate that seems reasonable but somewhat conservative to me."},{"_id":"NDAZTAIK5RBGRPP36EJRMYI4RA","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779725,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"If you look at what’s happening on the East Coast, those states are currently getting about 3,000 coronavirus cases a day per million residents on average, with spikes up to 5,000 or 6,000 on good testing days. Those states have more vaccination immunity than Utah but generally less history of previous infection. Have those states peaked? 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There haven’t really been conclusive apples-to-apples studies on omicron sensitivity across these various tests."},{"_id":"RONDDHHHWBA73DTATSS2WNVEZU","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779741,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"But there are things we do know about the at-home tests. First, at-home tests have been shown to have disappointing reliability in the early days of infection — especially before symptoms show up. In one study of 30 people who were being tested by both PCR and rapid daily for their jobs, the rapid test didn’t test positive until one or two days after the PCR test did. 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Australian researchers found comparable results, and the FDA hasn’t released its data."},{"_id":"OA55LWNTWBD5NKPZZOLJ5E2YSQ","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779743,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"We also have pretty good data that says PCR tests are more effective more quickly with throat and saliva samples than nasal ones with omicron — perhaps a function of where it’s most likely to reproduce. Most of the at-home tests still ask you to swab just your nose. And despite the research, the FDA has asked people to still follow the nose directions, because they don’t have any data on how the tests work with the other samples. I’ve talked before about how I wish the FDA would adopt the clear direction of scientific studies earlier, and this is one such example, though I understand that it’s tricky to do with the multiples of tests out there."},{"_id":"O36CVL2JWFDYXJQGBDU6Z6GQ4M","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779744,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"What would my advice be in getting tested? First, if the situation is mission critical, it’s still best to do a PCR test at a testing facility, a list of which you can find at coronavirus.utah.gov. Right now, many of those facilities are experiencing delays in both appointment and turnaround times, so don’t be afraid to call around and ask what the current status is at each location to get results as quickly as possible."},{"_id":"6JQ3Y7Y6ZVERPIGP3BJM5B2MKI","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779745,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"One option that cuts off the appointment-scheduling wait is Intermountain Healthcare’s self-serve tests. Essentially, you pick up the PCR test, swab yourself at your home or in your car, then drop off the sample at an Intermountain facility. Intermountain then emails you the results. Those results still may take over 24 hours to receive, but it may be the quickest or most convenient option for people who can’t make an appointment work."},{"_id":"PYCDZZHUVNCZDCM7QQE5OGOPPA","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779746,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"If results will just take too long on those tests, then rapid tests may be your only choice. Those have been difficult to find recently."},{"_id":"2SF2K6RYZZC3JAGDSVDVVFL3XI","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779747,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Online product trackers like NowInStock track when online retailers have various tests in stock to ship to your door. I recommend watching that site and stocking a couple of them in advance of getting sick. Then you’ll have the tests when you need them."},{"_id":"6MZCF555DNCAHOHON56QL33SKQ","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779748,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"What if you can’t wait for them to be shipped? I recommend going to the websites of big retailers like Walmart, Target and CVS to see what stores have which tests in stock on shelves. As of this writing, Walmart and Target had no tests in stock, and CVS didn’t have any tests available close to me in Salt Lake City — but if I drove out to their West Valley City or West Jordan locations, they had them on shelves."},{"_id":"KTWVQDUGWVCTBHGN4LOSH5U65A","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779749,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Of course, in-store stock tracking is never perfect, and please be nice to the employees at pharmacies, retail stores and testing facilities if they aren’t able to meet your needs. To be sure, the lack of testing availability is a huge bungling of mismanagement in the face of extremely predictable demand — but not by the actual workers at those places."},{"_id":"YJP3BYB52RGO3PFS753C7JN2JA","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779750,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Those are just normal folks, doing the best that they can in the face of unprecedented levels of sickness in our community. And boy, do most of us know that feeling."},{"_id":"BPLPYO2ZFZEL7OJNM2MKUC7HNY","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641509867255,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Andy Larsen is a data columnist for The Salt Lake Tribune. 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Even though Lee is the odds-on favorite to win a third term in Washington, every measure of support could be crucial ahead of November.","type":"text"},{"content":"After Lee’s speech focused on the Constitution and fighting against tyranny, Ruzicka practically gushed about the two-term Republican.","type":"text"},{"content":"“If there were any doubts, I think we know after that who we’re going to be voting for, right?” Ruzicka asked.","type":"text"},{"content":"In response, the crowd applauded for Lee again, letting him know their marching orders had been received and accepted.","type":"text"}],"credits":{"by":[{"_id":"bschott","image":{"url":"https://s3.amazonaws.com/arc-authors/sltrib/d116c567-15c2-4250-914c-638eb5af4458.png"},"name":"Bryan Schott"}]},"display_date":"2022-01-10T13:00:00Z","headlines":{"basic":"Eagle Forum conference helps inject fringe ideas into Utah’s political mainstream"},"last_updated_date":"2022-01-10T13:00:01.016Z","promo_items":{"basic":{"caption":"(Bryan Schott | The Salt Lake Tribune) Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes chats with Rep. 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One board of directors member and the community member rotate from year to year.","type":"text"},{"content":"Michelle Quist","type":"header"},{"content":"Joining the Editorial Board this month as the new community member is Michelle Quist.","type":"text"},{"type":"image"},{"content":"Michelle has been involved in law and politics for over 20 years. She is also a commercial litigator and appellate attorney at Holland & Hart in Salt Lake City. She has been a Utah Republican Party county and state officer, is on a number of court-related committees, is a Utah State Bar Commissioner and volunteers for various community organizations and boards.","type":"text"},{"content":"She is no stranger to The Tribune or to the Editorial Board, having worked here as an editorial writer in 2017 and 2018 and continuing as a contributing columnist.","type":"text"},{"content":"Michelle replaces former community board member A. Scott Anderson, president and CEO of Zions Bank, who left the Editorial Board in October to devote himself to his new role as president of the American Bankers Association.","type":"text"},{"content":"Dave Patel","type":"header"},{"content":"Dave Patel joins the Editorial Board as a representative of The Salt Lake Tribune Board of Directors.","type":"text"},{"type":"image"},{"content":"Dave, a first-generation immigrant and long-time Utahn, serves as the associate dean of the business school at Utah State University. Prior to joining USU, he spent 15 years in Washington, D.C., in both the public and private sectors. He has a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts and a Master’s in Political Science, both from Utah State University. He is also a member of The Salt Lake Tribune’s Board of Directors.","type":"text"},{"content":"He takes the Editorial Board slot of Holly Mullen, who remains on the Board of Directors.","type":"text"},{"content":"The continuing members of The Editorial Board are:","type":"text"},{"content":"Paul Huntsman, chair","type":"header"},{"type":"image"},{"content":"Paul purchased The Tribune and became its publisher in 2016, and remains the chairman of its board now that the newspaper has become a nonprofit. He is president of Huntsman Family Investments, and serves on a number of other nonprofit and corporate boards. He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Utah and a master’s degree in business administration from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.","type":"text"},{"content":"Lauren Gustus, executive editor","type":"header"},{"type":"image"},{"content":"Lauren joined The Tribune in December of 2020, coming from The Sacramento Bee, where she was editor of that newspaper, a member of its editorial board, and oversaw nine other West Coast newsrooms owned by The McClatchy Co. She was an assistant sports editor for The Tribune from 2004 to 2007 and has overseen newsrooms in Fort Collins, Colorado, and Reno, Nevada. A native of Massachusetts, she has a degree from Pepperdine University in Southern California.","type":"text"},{"content":"George Pyle, opinion editor","type":"header"},{"type":"image"},{"content":"George’s career at The Tribune began in 2002 as an editorial writer and he became editorial page editor in 2017. Before that he worked for a series of community newspapers in Kansas, starting in 1978, and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Editorial Writing in 1998. He was born in Kansas City, Mo., and has a degree in journalism from Wichita State University.","type":"text"},{"content":"Tim Fitzpatrick, senior director of public outreach and operations","type":"header"},{"type":"image"},{"content":"Tim has filled a variety of roles at The Tribune in a career that began 44 years ago, including copy boy, reporter, editor, editorial page editor, deputy editor and executive vice president. He has a degree in physics from Utah State University and an MBA degree from the University of Utah.","type":"text"},{"content":"Members of the Editorial Board shape the official views of The Salt Lake Tribune, represented in the editorials labeled “Our View.” It’s members also meet with office-holders, candidates, public officials and others to gather information that informs those editorials.","type":"text"},{"content":"The Tribune is Utah’s leading independent voice, promoting truth, transparency, community building, fairness and the voice of the people. Along these lines, we aim to strengthen our democratic institutions, governance, voter awareness and participation in our state’s future.","type":"text"},{"content":"Contributions to The Tribune opinion pages from other members of the community are welcome. Commentary pieces, exclusive to The Tribune, can be sent to gpyle@sltrib.com. We ask that they be no more than 700 words and include a recent photo of the author. Letters to The Public Forum should be addressed to letters@sltrib.com. We ask that letters be no more than 300 words and address a single issue of importance to the Utah community.","type":"text"}],"credits":{"by":[{"name":"The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board"}]},"display_date":"2022-01-10T13:00:00Z","headlines":{"basic":"Tribune Editorial Board welcomes two new members"},"last_updated_date":"2022-01-10T13:00:00.982Z","promo_items":{"basic":{"caption":"(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Senator Mitt Romney, right, speaks with Paul Huntsman, chair, and other members of The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board, Aug. 21, 2019.","url":"https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/sltrib/GF33LJLBZRAPBNG4JGE4MTIGWM.jpg"}},"publish_date":"2022-01-10T13:00:00Z","subheadlines":{"basic":""},"taxonomy":{"primary_section":{"_id":"/opinion/editorial","name":"Editorials","parent_id":"/opinion","path":"/opinion/editorial"},"sites":[{"name":"Editorials","path":"/opinion/editorial"},{"name":"Opinion","path":"/opinion"}]},"website_url":"/opinion/editorial/2022/01/10/tribune-editorial-board"},{"_id":"KZO5LFWNO5BOPKDFEO77QBTTUE","canonical_url":"/news/2022/01/10/utah-lawyer-charged-with","content_elements":[{"content":"A Salt Lake City estate attorney who previously pleaded guilty to federal fraud charges was arrested again Thursday after he allegedly violated the terms of his court-ordered release agreement.","type":"text"},{"content":"U.S. District Judge David Barlow in December had allowed Calvin Curtis, 61, to be released from custody ahead of his March sentencing hearing on the condition that he immediately resign as a trustee, wrap up his law practice within 30 days and tell all of his current clients that he is a convicted felon.","type":"text"},{"content":"He also was limited to the use of one credit card with a limit of $2,000 or less, and he was not allowed to open any new lines of credit.","type":"text"},{"content":"Curtis was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail on Thursday after he allegedly failed to provide a list of his current clients, failed to close several of his credit card accounts, and made a money transfer for a third party, according to Curtis’ defense attorney, Greg Skordas.","type":"text"},{"content":"“They’re not new crimes,” Skordas said of the alleged violations. “I don’t want to downplay them — they are serious.”","type":"text"},{"content":"As an estate attorney, Curtis handled financial accounts for multiple clients, many of whom were considered vulnerable. In all, federal prosecutors accused Curtis of embezzling at least $9.5 million from clients since 2008, fraudulently diverting funds from at least 22 different trusts.","type":"text"},{"content":"He pleaded guilty in November to charges of wire fraud and money laundering.","type":"text"},{"content":"Curtis will remain in jail until at least Tuesday, when a hearing is scheduled on the alleged violations. Federal prosecutors on Friday declined to comment about the case.","type":"text"},{"content":"“We hope that we can address these on Tuesday and that the judge will allow him to be released again with the condition that he follow through with everything he’s supposed to do,” Skordas said.","type":"text"},{"content":"FBI agents along with U.S. Marshals arrested Curtis while he was shopping at a Walmart, Skordas said. His car remains in the parking lot.","type":"text"},{"content":"“I think everyone’s trying to get his attention,” Skordas said. “I’m certain that this has accomplished that.”","type":"text"},{"content":"A federal prison sentence of just over six years was recommended in Curtis’ plea agreement. His sentencing hearing is slated for March 15.","type":"text"}],"credits":{"by":[{"_id":"smesch","image":{"url":"https://s3.amazonaws.com/arc-authors/sltrib/bea214d7-7656-4f6b-8ebf-995c5e93f1c4.png"},"name":"Shelley K. Mesch"}]},"display_date":"2022-01-10T13:00:00Z","headlines":{"basic":"Utah lawyer charged with defrauding clients arrested again, accused of violating release terms"},"last_updated_date":"2022-01-10T13:00:00.973Z","promo_items":{"basic":{"caption":"(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Estate attorney Calvin Curtis, who pleaded guilty to federal charges of wire fraud and money laundering, was arrested again Thursday after he allegedly violated the terms of his court-ordered release agreement.","url":"https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/sltrib/GRV5OCCMIZELTKEOXIVDZZZ3RY.JPG"}},"publish_date":"2022-01-10T13:00:00Z","subheadlines":{"basic":"FBI agents arrested Calvin Curtis while he was shopping, his lawyer said."},"taxonomy":{"primary_section":{"_id":"/news","name":"News","parent_id":"https://www.sltrib.com/","path":"/news"},"sites":[{"name":"News","path":"/news"}],"tags":[{"description":"Crime","slug":"crime","text":"Crime"}]},"website_url":"/news/2022/01/10/utah-lawyer-charged-with"},{"_id":"CI6DSTUC3VDLXKBILU23EAUW3U","canonical_url":"/opinion/commentary/2022/01/10/sharlee-mullins-glenn-top","content_elements":[{"content":"When Mike Lee challenged Bob Bennett in 2010, he promised Utahns that he would be a two-term senator. Long an outspoken proponent of term limits, in 2017 Lee went so far as to sign a formal pledge to pass legislation that would limit House members to three two-year terms and senators to two six-year terms. And yet, he is now running for a third term.","type":"text"},{"content":"Utah deserves better.","type":"text"},{"content":"Here are the top five reasons why Mike Lee must be voted out in 2022:","type":"text"},{"content":"1. As referenced above, he, himself, believes senators should serve for only two terms. According to Mark Ward, a delegate to the 2010 Utah state Republican convention, “Lee promised the delegates, and later the voters, that unlike Bennett, [he] would keep his two-term promise.” In a post on his own website in 2017, Lee wrote that those who oppose term limits seek to “increase the power of Washington elites at the expense of everyone else.”","type":"text"},{"content":"2. He refuses to listen to his constituents. The nonpartisan advocacy organization I founded in 2017 represents thousands of Lee’s constituents, and yet we were never able to secure a meeting with him. We met multiple times with Sen. Mitt Romney, with Rep. John Curtis and with every other member of the Utah delegation — but Lee could never be bothered. Both his attitude and his voting record suggest that he really doesn’t understand or care about the things that concern and affect most Utah residents.","type":"text"},{"content":"3. He has shown himself to be a political opportunist. Lee presents himself as a great defender of the Constitution, but over the past few years, he has been willing to overlook blatant attacks on the Constitution if it somehow benefits his partisan agenda or political aspirations. Over and over, he has been willing to compromise his principles in pursuit of personal power. As just one example, he strongly denounced Trump after the release of the Hollywood Access tape in 2016 and went so far as to call on him to drop out of the race. But after Trump won, Lee quickly changed his tune and became one of Trump’s most loyal supporters. He even voted to acquit Trump for his role in the Jan. 6 insurrection and opposed the formation of the Jan. 6 commission.","type":"text"},{"content":"4. He has a troubling record as an obstructionist. In 2012, he vowed to block every judicial and executive branch nomination by President Barack Obama, for no apparent reason beyond partisan spite. In 2016, he was one of only two senators to vote against the opioids bill; in 2021, he pledged to oppose all of Joe Biden’s cabinet nominees (and was one of only two senators to vote against the nomination of Lloyd Austin as Secretary of Defense); and perhaps most egregious of all, he alone blocked an effort to establish Smithsonian museums for women and Latinos in 2020 — a measure that otherwise had unanimous bipartisan support in the Senate.","type":"text"},{"content":"5. Finally, he leverages his religion for political gain. Who can forget that infamous and cringe-worthy moment at the rally in Goodyear, Arizona, in 2020 when, in an attempt to appeal to his fellow Latter-day Saints, Lee compared Trump to Captain Moroni.","type":"text"},{"content":"Fortunately, Utah voters have a choice. Here are the top five reasons why Republican Becky Edwards, former state legislator, should replace Mike Lee:","type":"text"},{"content":"1. She has a wealth of legislative experience and would bring a fresh perspective to Washington D.C., but has no desire to be a career politician. Edwards served in the Utah Legislature for 10 years, representing House District 20 (Davis County). Well-respected as a lawmaker by her colleagues on both sides of the aisle, Edwards is known as a listener and a problem solver with a record of addressing the issues that mattered most to her constituents (health care, education, affordable housing, clean air, etc.) and finding common-sense solutions.","type":"text"},{"content":"2. She listens to constituents and works for them, not her own agenda. As a state legislator, she hosted weekly “Bagels and Briefings” at her home where she would sit with constituents, listen to their concerns, and brainstorm solutions. Then she would get to work. You can read about some of her legislative successes here. As a candidate, she is traveling the state with a yellow couch from her home where she sits and visits with the people of Utah and hears their concerns.","type":"text"},{"content":"3. Her life experience is rich and filled with service to others, including as a mother and grandmother, a marriage and family therapist, a community and school volunteer, a state legislator and a humanitarian missionary in American Samoa. The research clearly shows that better decisions are made and better policies implemented when women are at the table. It’s long past time for Utah to have a female senator in Washington, D.C.","type":"text"},{"content":"4. She is a unifier. She is warm, collegial, respectful, hard-working, kind, understanding and persuasive. We are all fed up with the divisiveness and hyper-partisanship that leads to gridlock in Washington. Becky knows how to work with others to get things done.","type":"text"},{"content":"5. Her integrity is unassailable. She is a principled leader who values honesty and hard work and has genuine respect for the Constitution, the rule of law and our nation’s fundamental democratic ideals, processes, and institutions.","type":"text"},{"content":"It’s difficult to unseat an incumbent, but it can be done. It will take all of us though — principled Republicans, moderates, independents and Democrats who are realistic enough to acknowledge that a Democrat is not going to win a Utah Senate seat in 2022. Becky’s surest route to getting on the ballot is gathering signatures. She’ll need 28,000 of them, including yours. Make sure you’re registered as a Republican, then find a #TeamBecky petition to sign. It’s time for a change.","type":"text"},{"type":"image"},{"content":"Sharlee Mullins Glenn founded Mormon Women for Ethical Government in January 2017 and served as its executive director until 2019. She currently sits on the external advisory board of Brigham Young University’s Office of Civic Engagement and does volunteer work for Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS). The thoughts she expresses here are her own and not those of MWEG, BYU or IRIS —nonpartisan organizations that do not endorse political candidates or parties.","type":"text"}],"credits":{"by":[{"name":"Sharlee Mullins Glenn | Special to The Tribune"}]},"display_date":"2022-01-10T13:00:00Z","headlines":{"basic":"Sharlee Mullins Glenn: Top five reasons why it’s time for Sen. 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The Housewives are getting on the same shuttle bus with the same driver as the day they were all supposed to head to Vail, Colorado — until Jen Shah got a call, got off the bus, and police and Homeland Security showed up looking to arrest her.","type":"text"},{"content":"“This is like PTSD. ... I just hope here’s no FBI coming to raid the bus this time,” Jennie Nguyen says, as they’re gathering in a parking lot at Sugar House Park. And they’re headed for Zion National Park.","type":"text"},{"content":"There are a lot of hugs, air kisses and raucous laughter. And, once again, Jennie, Jen, Heather Gay, Whitney Rose and Lisa Barlow are on the bus — and Meredith and Mary Cosby are not.","type":"text"},{"content":"“I don’t think it’s coincidence,” Whitney says in a confessional. “Like, is it because Jen’s here? Is it because I’m here? Do we smell? Do they not like our snack choices?”","type":"text"},{"content":"Meredith told them she missed the bus ride to Vail because of a memorial for her late father — but now, the women on the bus express doubts about whether that was true.","type":"text"},{"type":"image"},{"content":"Jen brings up the fact that Meredith hired a private investigator to look into her, and she is not happy. “Who hires a private investigator on somebody unless you don’t have [expletive] to hide yourself,” she says in a confessional, struggling a bit with grammar. On the bus, Jen says, “I think we can all agree, if you’re going to hire a private investigator, your intention is to do harm.”","type":"text"},{"content":"Jen doesn’t have Meredith there to rip into, so she turns on Lisa. She repeatedly — and increasingly aggressively — goes after Lisa for not reining in “your best friend of 10 years,” Meredith.","type":"text"},{"content":"“Don’t take it out on me,” Lisa says, again and again.","type":"text"},{"content":"Jen complains that “everyone believes” what Meredith says, but, “if Jen Shah says it, holy [expletive], we need 10 years, 10 judges, three priests and a bunch of nuns.”","type":"text"},{"content":"Lisa points out that it’s not like she and Meredith have been the best of friends of late. “We were not OK” at Jennie’s luncheon or at Whitney’s event in recent weeks. “I call out what I think is right and wrong,” Lisa says.","type":"text"},{"content":"“Do you think what Meredith did all last year was wrong?” Jen asks, becoming increasingly agitated, “by targeting me when it wasn’t just my fault. … It’s not my fault because she [expletive] had an affair!”","type":"text"},{"content":"In Season 1, Jen alluded to the possibility that Meredith had an affair while she and her husband, Seth, were separated. This time, she’s making a clear accusation. And she’s clearly claiming that Meredith’s antipathy toward her is the result of her knowledge of that affair.","type":"text"},{"content":"But Meredith isn’t there. So Jen is screaming at Lisa, who tries to remain calm. “I don’t want to be held accountable for what anybody else says and does,” Lisa says. Jen shoots back: “But that’s your best friend.”","type":"text"},{"type":"image"},{"content":"Lisa says, calmly, that she thinks she’s in “a hard situation because I care about both of you.” But Jen is screaming at Lisa to choose between her and Meredith. She’s arguing that the other women should be friends with her, and not with Meredith.","type":"text"},{"content":"It’s almost funny when Lisa tells Jen she doesn’t want tension between them and Jen shouts, “There is no tension!”","type":"text"},{"content":"“You treat Meredith differently than you treat me and everyone else,” Jen tells Lisa. “That’s the [expletive] truth.”","type":"text"},{"content":"“You guys have to understand, Lisa says, “I’ve been friends with her ... “","type":"text"},{"content":"Jen interrupts and loudly says, “Good. She’s a piece of [expletive]. So sign up for her.”","type":"text"},{"content":"In a confessional, Lisa says, “It’s kind of ironic that Jen’s asking me to choose sides right now. I have chosen sides. I have had Jen’s back more than anybody else. And, like, putting my friendship with Meredith almost on the line. I’m at the point where I’m done. It’s never enough.”","type":"text"},{"content":"Back on the bus, Lisa accuses Meredith of a “double standard ... I don’t know how she can say, ‘I love kindness. I want to be kind,’ and defend the person that’s the [expletive] meanest in the whole [expletive] group” — a clear shot at Mary.","type":"text"},{"content":"Jen continues with her “I wish I could be treated the same” as Meredith and Lisa has had it. “I have treated you the same! I had your [expletive] back!” she exclaims. Jen replies that Lisa didn’t defend her online when she was arrested on federal fraud and money laundering charges. (Jen continues to maintain her innocence.)","type":"text"},{"content":"Jen keeps up with the demands that she be treated the same as Meredith. Lisa says she will. Jen calls her a liar. Heather tries to calm the situation by stating that all of them, including Lisa, will do that “going forward.” Lisa agrees.","type":"text"},{"content":"But Jen escalates, screeching at Lisa and making incoherent demands. Jen stands up, moves toward Lisa and shouts, “Shut the [expletive] up!” She keeps it up until Lisa snaps, yelling back at Jen. Lisa is incredibly upset, and it’s difficult to understand exactly what she’s saying.","type":"text"},{"content":"Lisa gets up and tries to move to the front of the bus, apparently to put as much distance between herself and Jen as possible. Jen moves in and blocks her path, leaning in aggressively and screaming in her face. “Get out of my way!” Lisa says, putting her hand on Jen’s shoulder and trying to get past her. " A member of the TV crew tries to grab Jen from behind to pull her away from Lisa. “Push me one more [expletive] time,” Jen threatens Lisa.","type":"text"},{"content":"And that’s the end of the episode … to be continued next week.","type":"text"},{"type":"image"},{"content":"Heather and Jen","type":"header"},{"content":"Earlier in the episode, Heather is at the Cliff Lodge spa with Jen “to show … that I care.” She cares so much that she reveals that Meredith is throwing a party, and Jen is not invited. “B----,” Jen says, referring to Meredith. And, in a confessional, she calls Meredith “an evil ass b----.”","type":"text"},{"content":"Jen tells Heather she thinks Meredith is treating her “different” because of the charges against her. And she’s amazed that Meredith is now best friends with Mary, who “has said so many hurtful things, but people don’t call her out for it,” Jen says.","type":"text"},{"content":"Heather agrees, adding that it’s strange to see Meredith be loyal to Mary and not Lisa. “She is absolutely Mary’s number one. And Meredith is Mary’s number one. And who saw that ever happening?”","type":"text"},{"content":"Jen calls Meredith a hypocrite. “Meredith is about, supposedly, what’s right and wrong. Come on! You know Mary M. Cosby is wrong. [Mary] can dish it out, but the second you tell her that she said something very racially insensitive, inappropriate, she’ll just, like, ‘I’m not talking’ and leave.”","type":"text"},{"content":"Heather says that’s what happened in Vail, when Mary refused to talk about allegations against her and her church. “And Mary said to Lisa, ‘Look what happens when you mess with my church. You go to jail.”","type":"text"},{"content":"(That’s paraphrasing what Mary said. It’s probably also worth pointing that Mary’s tagline at the top of the show is her saying, “If you come for me, I will send Jesus after you.”)","type":"text"},{"content":"Heather asks if Jen thinks Mary had anything to do with her arrest. Jen says she “wouldn’t put anything past” Mary. And she questions whether Mary or Meredith might have tipped off the authorities where to find her the day she was arrested.","type":"text"},{"content":"Heather agrees. “It seems like Mary and Meredith know more than any of us.”","type":"text"},{"content":"Golf game","type":"header"},{"content":"John Barlow, Justin Rose, Seth Marks and Duy Tran (Jennie’s husband) meet at Mulligan’s in South Jordan for a round of golf. The discussion turns to Mother’s Day, and Justin suggests that “maybe we send the women away together to some type of excursion or retreat.” And the two of them who lose the golf match will pay. The other men agree.","type":"text"},{"content":"Asked by a producer why he wants to send the wives on a trip, Justin says, “Let’s be honest. If the women can go on a trip and start to get along better, that just means more time for me and the guys.”","type":"text"},{"content":"When the other husbands ask what he wants them to bring to his birthday party, Seth says, “Cleavage encouraged. Just make sure that message gets heard in your house.”","type":"text"},{"type":"image"},{"content":"It’s party time","type":"header"},{"content":"Meredith arranges a 49th birthday party for Seth, around the rooftop pool at Goldener Hirsch hotel in Deer Valley. She hires a dancer to dance in the hot tub. Which is weird.","type":"text"},{"content":"Seth makes multiple off-color comments on the way to his party, including suggesting sex with Meredith on the way up in the elevator. Tactful as always, Seth tells a party guest that he and his brother “came out of the same mom’s vejayjay.”","type":"text"},{"content":"The guest list includes two of the Marks children, 21-year-old Brooks and 19-year-old Chloe, along with the family dog, Teddy. “I, for sure, do not want to be the one to tell Jen that Teddy the dog made the guest list and she didn’t,” Heather says.","type":"text"},{"content":"The gift bags include a shirtless selfie Seth took in a bathroom mirror. “No one understands that this is what you look like when you get separated and you’re going back into the playing field,” he says. (Seth and Meredith reconciled in Season 1.)","type":"text"},{"content":"“If midlife crisis could be in a photo, that’s what it would be,” Chloe says.","type":"text"},{"content":"Where is Jen?","type":"header"},{"content":"Whitney wonders why Jen wasn’t invited. “Is there something else we don’t know? 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