WWE Total Divas Season 6, Episode 6 Recap: Too Many Cooks
Last night on Total Divas, Natalya is in a great spot in her career at the forefront of the women’s division. She wants sister Jenni to feel the same fulfillment in her own life. Nattie thinks Jen, who suffers from anxiety, just needs to start believing in herself and pursue her passion for cooking. She comes up with an idea for Jen to run cooking classes out of her kitchen. And so Delectable Divas, cooking classes for all levels, is born. Natalya really wants the inaugural class to have a good turnout. She enlists the help of Titus O’Neil, who lives nearby in Tampa. He agrees to come and bring his kids…for $100.
Fandango, and Jen’s favorite, Big E, are among the other attendees. It comes out during the class that Natalya paid for everyone to participate. Jen feels embarrassed and overwhelmed by the whole situation. Nattie had good intentions, but realized she needs to stop forcing ideas on her sister and that she can’t always fix everything. She has to let go at her own pace in figuring out what she wants to do. I don’t think Natalya’s was all that bad. I think a cooking show on WWE Network would be super entertaining.
Elsewhere, Brie and Bryan rent a house for the week in California so they can hang out with the Bella family. They also want to use the time to make babies. Brie and Nikki reflect on past competitions which leads them to wonder which one of the Bella Twins’ dogs is smarter: Josie or Winston.
Bryan takes things further by wondering who is smarter, Brie or Nikki. He organizes an IQ test with a psychologist for the two of them.
Before Bryan read the results, Brie and Nikki decide knowing would hurt their relationship. So they call it a draw…or so we thought. Nikki catches Brie trying to look at the results. Bryan gains possession of the envelopes and reveals Nikki got the higher score. It didn’t take long for the bragging to begin.
Renee Young joins Lana and Rusev for a night of line dancing. Yes, that is as wonderful as it sounds. Lana is inspired by the surroundings, wanting to create invitations for her wedding that is country themed. She wanted to invite guests to the Bulgarian, Malibu wedding with visuals of Rusev in overalls and Lana in Daisy Dukes. Apparently, Rusev is a big country fan (who knew?). He is a good sport, going with what Lana had in mind and even having some fun with it. The “Bulgarian Brut” does have a soft spot, at least when it comes to his soon-to-be wife.
Finally, Trinity is suffering from a lack of confidence on the set of Marine 5 in Vancouver. She is nervous about pulling off the biker persona. She wants to come off prepared for the role, lining her trailer with Post-it notes. Maryse, who is also in the film, wants to set up a hangout with Trinity as a way to have some fun and relax. Most of the time when someone says let’s hang out, you think going to the movies or for a drink.
Maryse’s definition is taking Trinity to a trapeze place, which is not the best idea, considering Trinity has a fear of heights. Trinity goes for it and shows that she can overcome any fear she has, including ones on a movie set. I’m looking forward to the finished result, especially with Heath Slater involved.