(audience cheers) – It’s time for Ask Wendy. Hi. – Hi. – Jumpsuit, come on over. How you doing? – How you doing? – Wait, come on over so
people can look at you while you complain. (Maizey laughs) About whatever’s going on in your life. I love your earrings and everything. – Thank you. – Who are you and where are
you from and what do you do? – My name is Maizey. I’m from Arland and I work in fashion. – Okay, obviously. – Obviously. – And how can I help you, Maizey? – So my boyfriend of
six years is an engineer but currently pursuing
a career as a boxer, a professional boxer and so
he’s always posting pictures of himself topless on
Instagram and girls are sliding into his DMs. And I just wanna know how,
do I let those girls know that he is taken? – He should let them know. – He should let them know? – Yeah. You know have that conversation with him so that he can say it. “You know. I’m taken, but this is me.” Cause I don’t think he should not post. You know, if he’s making
a career with his body, then you have to body fly. But have him do it. – Okay. – All right. A polite conversation. – Okay. (audience applauds)
– Good luck, Maisey. Come on. I love this. – How are you doing, Wendy? – How you doing? Come over. – Good, I’m great. – Rollerset.
– Yes. – Old school.
(audience cheers) Yes, yes. No, no, look. You’re on TV though. You gotta pay attention to the camera. – How you doing, Wendy? – Fine, thank you. What’s your name? Where you from and what do you do? – My name is Trinelle. I’m a hairstylist from New Jersey. – Okay. – And actually I have a question. My daughter actually turned 18.
– She’s here now? – No. – Okay. – Actually, she turned 18
yesterday and what I did was found out that she gave herself a Airbnb surprise birthday party. So her prom is coming up–
– Good for her! – In May. (audience laughs) – Good girl. Good girl. How’d you find out, Trinelle? – Actually, she told me
because her friends were trying to tell me and keep it a
surprise and I found out. – Okay. – So I was trying to
find out am I too harsh for canceling her prom? It’s in May.
– Yes. Yes you are. – Okay, okay. – You know she had the party
and no one was arrested. – No. – And she came to you
and told you respect– I’m just sad. – Trinelle, don’t act
like we haven’t lived. – You right.
– Girl. – You right, Wendy. Yes, yes. – You know what I mean?
– Thank you. – She wasn’t arrested. There was no trouble there. She’s not pregnant. She came home. She was in her bed when
you saw her this morning. – No, Wendy. She didn’t come for the Airbnb. – Well, fine. – She’s okay though. – She’s okay? Don’t cancel her prom. She’s still in high school. This is her senior year. Let her ride out. – Okay. – All right, Trinelle.
(audience applauds) – Thank you, Wendy. (audience applauds) – Okay. Come on over. How you doing? – How you doing? – Your fans are that way. – Oh, yeah, right. – What’s your name? Where you from and what do you do? – My name is Bret. I’m from Florida and I’m a writer. – Okay, Bret and how can I help you? – Okay, so, my sister, she’s
letting me stay with her rent free until I get on my feet. – How long have you been there? – Two months. – Okay. – Yeah, it’s hard to find a job, but she went home to
Florida to visit my family. There’s this guy that I’m talking to. – Wait! Where is her apartment? – Midtown. – Okay, so she lives in Manhattan? – Yeah. – And so here you go. – Here I go.
(audience laughs) There’s this guy I’m talking to. Listen, I haven’t had sex in two years. That’s the premise.
(audience laughs) – Why? What has been the problem? – Men are mean. – Okay. – Yeah. Now I’ve lost my train of thought. I, okay.
(audience laughs) – Not me. Go ahead.
– Yeah, I know. So she told me no guys at her apartment but this guy that I’ve been
talking to can’t have me over his place. – Why? – He lives with his family. So it’s like, should I just bring him over and then ask her for forgiveness later? – No! Get one of those cheap,
dirty sheet motels– (audience laughs) in the town. You know. (audience applauds)
Don’t do that to your sister. – I could never. – All right, Bret. Behave. – Thank you. – Or do your best. (audience laughs)
– Yeah. – Two years. Okay. (audience applauds) – Hey, Wendy! How you doing? – How you doing? Come on over. – Hi, how are you? – I’m warm just looking at you. I’m freezing over here. (audience laughs) What’s your name? Where are you from? What do you do? – So my name is Gloria. I’m from Las Vegas. I am a sales manager. – Okay, how can I help you, Gloria? – So my ex and I recently
broke up after three years. I found out he was being
really flirtatious online and in person right in front of me. Obviously I’m not gonna
stick around for that. So I dumped him. – Okay. – I blocked him. He changed his number. He’s still trying to
contact me and my friends, my family. How do I get him to get the
message without being too mean? – First of all, you gotta be mean! Exactly! (audience cheers and applauds) This is what you tell your friends. – Okay. (Wendy clears throat) – If they’re really your
friends, they’d block him also. – Okay. – All right, cause you
were the plug to him. If they’re really your family, your mom, your dad, your brothers,
they would block him too. – Okay. – He’ll get the message. And by the way, there’s
nothing wrong with being mean. Sometimes mean works the best. (upbeat music)