Vince is still in the hospital for observation after his recent health scare, and Tamar is there to keep him comfortable and on his toes. Vince is very adamant about being strong and keeping himself busy. When he was in a coma last year, he faced a lot of muscle loss and issues after being in bed for so long. He doesn’t want that to happen to him again, so it is important to remain active. Vince wants to join a gym to get in better physical health, but Tamar knows it also needs to start with nutrition. Luckily, this couple can remember the importance of laughter at a stressful time like this. And that laughter is coming from whether or not Tamar and Vince have ever had sex in a hospital. T&VQuote: “I have never done the nasty in the hospital. How gross is that?”
Tamar meets up with LaShawn in the studio to listen to a new track, “Hot Sugar”. LaShawn thinks this could be a hot record, and wants Tamar to listen to it and finesse the lyrics. T&VQuote: “It’s cluttered. It’s like Hoarders!” Tamar and LaShawn both seem to be in agreement on what the song needs, but Tamar needs to get back to the hospital to see her man.
It is finally time for Vince to come home, but before he can leave the hospital he needs to pass Tamar’s cleanliness approval. WE get it, hospitals are gross. But all those flowers were sent by people who love Vince, so why not surround him by that love at home? T&VQuote: “It’s gross. GERMS!” April and LaShawn plan on coming over to celebrate Vince’s homecoming, but he is still harping on the fact his flowers and sneakers were left behind. This conversation of course turns into a bigger argument once they get home. As much as Tamar has been greatly affected by the health issues Vince has had, Vince is the one that has gone through all the tests, pokes, prods, and physical issues. T&VQuote: “Stop making it about yourself.” The convo ends with Vince getting up from the table and walking out.
After a great workout with LaShawn and Adnan, Vince joins Tamar for some home cookin’ by our favorite chef, Donnatello. Vince is really feeling this health kick, trading in his cravings for fried food for cravings for a little physical activity. T&VQuote: “We were in the running to becoming America’s top fried food couple.” In hopes of having Tamar stay off his case, Vince does not put up an argument when Tamar suggests getting a bell for Maria. T&VQuote: “If that’s gonna make her feel good, I’m gonna go buy a bell. I’m gonna buy 20 bells.”
T&VQuote: “Now that we’ve called it a truce over the stupid flower fight, I thought we would do a little healthy car shopping which is always good for the mind, body, and Tamar.” Tamar takes the new Range Rover for a test drive with their car salesman, and it looks like Tamar is in love. T&VQuote: “It’s like a pair of shoes. You have to change your shoes every day.” Trying to make everything easier, Vince tries and convinces Tamar to love the white version, but she wants all black everything!
As soon as WE heard Vince, LaShawn, and yoga in the same sentence WE knew this was going to be great. Not believing their hubbies, April and Tamar head to the yoga studio to make sure the boys are where they are supposed to be. WE would have been suspicious too! T&VQuote: “Why couldn’t she be a brunette?” Between the woman having her hands on Vince, him showing off his drawers due to a pair of baggy shorts, and some spread eagle action, this yoga session is just H.A.M.-tastic!
Tamar joins her childhood friend, Tia for a little girl time and lucky for us Tia has brought old school pics. It is pretty incredible to hear Tamar has been in abusive relationships because she is such a strong woman. T&VQuote: “How did I even recover? I had two boyfriends who likes to beat up their girlfriends.” Tamar knows that putting up with that type of situation was due to low self esteem and low self worth. Lucky for Tamar, she found a man who treats her right. This brings Tia to the perfect time to ask Tamar about having children. T&VQuote: “She has to sip on that.” Had Tamar known that her life was going to slow down the way it has after Vince spent the time in the hospital, she would have gone through with the full baby plan. T&VQuote: “After Vince got sick, I knew at that moment that we were meant to be together.”
With Vince still on the mend, he has not been 100% back to business as usual so he and Tamar decide to pay Mindless Behavior a visit in the studio before they go on their first big tour. Vince decides to play Tamar’s demo of “Hot Sugar” for the boys because he really loves the song and loves to support Tamar’s career. While everyone is feeling the lyrics and the beats, Tamar puts an end to the fun with a quickness because it is not her singing on the track. Vince tries to explain the reasoning behind not using Tamar’s vocals YET, but she does not want to hear it. T&VQuote: “I think they really need to stop, take a step back from all the business… cuz someone might end up in the hospital.”
Vince and LaShawn head to the golf course for some physical activity and some laughs. Vince uses golf as his stress reliever. T&VQuote: “All you hear is the wind in your ear and no yapping.” Looks like visualizing is key in Vince’s golf game… now who he is visualizing as the ball is a whole other story. Vince and LaShawn decide to plan a trip to Hawaii with the ladies. With Vince’s health issues still being a small problem, it is best to stay a little closer to home. T&VQuote: “If it gets a little tricky, Hawaii is going to find out it has two volcanoes they didn’t even know was there, V and the T.”
Vince and Tamar head to dinner for date night, bit apparently they had a real bumpy ride on the way to the restaurant. Tamar had a picture of Vince on Instagram, and it grinded her gears when Vince wouldn’t give up his source. T&VQuote: “I still don’t know which bitch told him. And that’s still a problem!” Tamar doesn’t think Vince fights fair, and gets angry at the fact he always takes it to a nasty place. It seems like this couple can’t seem to go a day without arguing, and when it ends because Vince has removed himself from the situation (and the location) you know these two are in need of a serious reality check. T&VQuote: “Seriously, something’s gotta give. We can’t keep doing this.”
Will Tamar and Vince finally stop fighting once they get to Hawaii? What is with Tamar and her insecurities about blonds? WE want to hear from you!