Lala and Po search for a new lady friend for Dice on tonight’s episode of Lala’s Full Court Life

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Tonight’s episode of Lala’s Full Court Life was interesting. Lala and Po went on a mission to find a new boo for Dice who is newly single after 6 years. Po and Lala decide to host a mixer to try and meet women who may be good candidates for Dice in the love department. The girls who were at the mixer were interesting and a few of them were a hot mess. One of the young ladies being interviewed announced that she cleans her house butt naked in stilettos, and another girl eye f*cked Po and admitted that she would go on a date with her too (which was extremely tacky). With the mixer looking hopeless and a nudie run in the park/mouse petting session at stake, Po and Lala opt to using the world wide web to find a lady friend for Die.

The girl who Lala finds to go on a blind date with Dice is a nightmare and seems to be the complete opposite of whatever Dice’s ‘type’ is. She orders a ton of food and when asked what she likes to do for fun she says “travel, dance, make love” in a very deep (wanna be seductive) voice. It was really odd.

The girl Po chose for Dice to go on a blind date with seemed like a much better fit for her. They went to a pool hall, had a few drinks and enjoyed each others company. In the end, Lala lost her bet with Po and she had to pet a mouse which we learned is one of her deepest darkest fears. While the episode was very entertaining it doesnt seem like they had much luck finding a long term boo-thang for Dice. Ah well, back to the lezzie dating site we go!

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