It took me a few views before I realized that this insane woman was actually talking to "versions" of herself as she enjoyed the features in her brand-new Buick. She does not, in fact, have three similar-looking Fellow Trophy Wife Friends- or, if she does, she left them at the spinning class to get into their own flashy cars and head home to Sugar Daddy.
I was too busy noting the whole "brutal spinning class" thing and how gag-inducing that was- pretty wealthy woman at a spinning class in the middle of the damn day needing her car to give her butt a massage while she blathers to herself about how awesome her car is. Talk about privilege and First World problems.
"You really outdid yourself." I don't know what this means. This guy clearly wasn't around to hear her first "worry" about parallel parking and then let the car solve the problem for her. Is he seeing this car for the first time, and is her purchase of a Buick what he means by "outdoing" herself? So she bought the car, went to spinning class, and then headed off to meet him? I don't get it.
I also don't get why this woman's various manifestations of herself are all dressed like successful businesswomen. Is this fantasy projection, or what? Does this woman like to pretend that the Buick, the spinning classes, and everything else she has is the product of her own efforts, or what? I mean, they kind of are- she kept herself young and cute long enough to snag that meal ticket, after all. But imagining herself in a business suit with glasses that cry out "intelligent, capable, NOT A TROPHY WIFE" is a bit much. You are what You are. Deal with it.