The third episode of CMT’s Racing Wives aired Friday, and much of it involved rehashing the drama from the first two episodes.

The show, which was shot last summer, depicts the off-the-track lives of some key figures in NASCAR. It’s focused on Samantha Busch, who’s married to Kyle Busch; Ashley Busch, who’s married to Kurt Busch; Whitney Dillon, who’s married to Austin Dillon; Mariel Swan, who’s married to Paul Swan, a tire carrier on the No. 3 Chevrolet team; and Amber Balcaen, an aspiring NASCAR driver.

The episode picked up where we left off last week, which was at a dinner party hosted by Ashley Busch with all the main cast members (plus guests) except Amber. Samantha Busch and Whitney clear the air after Sam offered some fashion advice for NASCAR races that came off as a little critical. But Mariel — who did an unflattering impression of Ashley at the dinner table — still doesn’t get along with the Busch sisters-in-law.

Whitney and Mariel are best friends, though their relationship is tested as Whitney gets closer with the wives of other drivers. And in this episode, the BFFs struggle rock climbing, and Whitney and Austin throw a “honkey tonk throwdown party” at Richard Childress Vineyards, which she described as a “party for country people.”

Amber seems to successfully recover from multiple gaffes with Samantha, who still wants the aspiring driver to race for Kyle Busch Motorsports. She’s also working through a long-distance relationship with her boyfriend, Jordan Reaves, a defensive lineman in the CFL for the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

But rather than a typical recap, we’re highlighting the best/worst/most ridiculous quotes from the episode.

1. Ashley: They’re in their own little world.

As we noted after last week’s episode, Whiney and Mariel getting up in the middle of the dinner party to go take selfies was pretty rude, to say the least. It’d be rude if they were the hosts of the party, but it’s especially peculiar behavior as they’re trying to get along with Ashley and Samantha.

Ashley also said Whitney and Mariel act like a “security blanket” for each other because they do everything together — doesn’t seem like she meant that in a good way — and aren’t super aware of their surroundings sometimes.

2. Mariel: If we die, we get to go together.

Whitney and Mariel’s adventure rock climbing didn’t seem to go very well. Not only did they admit they were scared of heights, but once they reached a certain spot on the wall, they both froze. So Mariel offered her best friend some kind of but not really comforting encouragement.

3. Samantha: Nothing! Don’t worry about it! Just come help me!

Samantha and Kyle Busch threw their son, Brexton, an extravagant, dinosaur-themed birthday party. Both of them went beyond overboard with the decorations and activities, but Samantha’s efforts were just more up front. In addition to the large guest list and lavish decorations, Sam was spray painting dinosaur footprints into the grass, which was particularly concerning to Kyle because it might kill the grass. He didn’t seem to be digging all of the party’s elements.

So when the bounce house — which was way larger than Sam originally thought when she ordered it — arrived, she had a great response when Kyle asked what it was. When money is not an issue, this honestly seemed like an awesome party. And at least Sam acknowledged Brexton might not remember it, but that’s also not really the point.

4. Kyle: I wouldn’t say that [outdoing Samantha] was my first intention.

The No. 18 Toyota driver seemed not into the fancy dinosaur party, until he announced a surprise for Brexton and the guests. It was a bunch of giant electronic dinosaurs, along with people dressed up as dinosaurs, all of which were surely the hit of the party.

5. Samantha: He was the best most supportive husband…

Samantha and Kyle have been open about conceiving Brexton through IVF (and going through it again last year), and their foundation helps couples struggling with the costs associated with infertility. While talking about the possibility of having another child and going through IVF again, Sam briefly explained the challenges they faced the first time:

“There were so many times Kyle could have up and left because I was a terrible, depressed person. It was really hard to get over, but I will give Kyle all the credit. He was the best, most supportive husband, and he’s the reason that I feel like we came out on the good side of it all.”

6. Ashley: She’s so much fun to hang out with. In turn, that’s really brought the boys closer together.

Samantha and Ashley told For The Win before the show premiered how it would highlight the growth of their relationship, as well as Kyle and Kurt’s. As the sisters-in-law got to know each other, the brothers grew closer and are in each other’s lives much more now.

So when Ashley and Kurt showed up to Brexton’s birthday party — BY BOAT — with a huge, stuffed dinosaur, it was a big family moment. The Busch brothers also raced through the bounce house because of course they did.

7. Amber: It’s not a date, Noah. It’s not a date.

Amber teamed up with Noah Gragson, who now races in NASCAR’s second-tier XFINITY Series for JR Motorsports, but he drove for Kyle Busch Motorsports in the Truck Series in 2017 and 2018. They practiced in go-karts, and Amber had to repeatedly remind Gragson that this was not their first date.

It may have been cute at first, but Amber said she wasn’t interested, reminded him she has a boyfriend and repeated that this wasn’t a date every time he said it was.

8. Noah Gragson: Just because there’s a goalie, doesn’t mean you can’t score.

Dude, seriously? She’s attempting to be your teammate, colleague and fellow competitor. Be professional and avoid dehumanizing comments like that.

For what it’s worth, Amber called his failed attempts to flirt with her “comical.”

9. Samantha said she’s from a “big, loud, crazy Italian family.”

It’s her justification for throwing such an elaborate birthday party for a three year old. While most people don’t have parties that flashy for toddlers, this writer identifies with this Sam quote.