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While working as flight attendants, Paris and Nicole brought their hijinks 35,000 ft, in the air and provided their fellow flyers with endless entertainment. As Nicole was walking down the aisle, she famously asked a passenger, "Would you like a lap dance, dear?"
After treating themselves to a shopping spree, Paris and Nicole's checkout total was a whopping $49,604.25. Before giving the cashier her credit card, Nicole quipped to her bestie, "Do you have 25 cents?"
In an effort to get to know their new roommate better, Nicole suggested that she and Paris take a TMI approach. "He's cute," Paris expressed, to which Nicole responded, "We should have a threesome with him."
Deciding to hit the mall, Paris thought that her beloved dog Tinkerbell deserved some pampering as well. As she tried on some fancy jewelry, she asked the sales associate, "Do you make diamond or pearl necklaces for dogs?"
While working at an auto body shop, Nicole approached a customer inquiry with the utmost professionalism. After being asked if the company charged for squeaky brake inspections from a customer on the phone and checking with her supervisor, who informed her that those services are free, she epically responded, "We normally charge, but you sound hot, so I'll give it to you for free."
Tasked with picking up some groceries, Paris and Nicole were shocked to find that the local grocery store didn't carry their favorite brands. After perusing the aisles, the "Stars Are Blind" singer asked, "Do they sell Marc Jacobs or Chanel in this grocery store?"
Filling in as a weather forecaster for Fox 5 News, Paris delivered a powerful message on the importance of protecting the planet. "That is Earth," she said while standing in front of a weather map. "It's hot. Don't polute."
While taking a drive, the besties were written up for having a blue light under their vehicle. Viewers watched as Paris and Nicole tried their best to get out of the ticket, with the Nikki Fre$h star shouting, "Who do I need to f--k around here to get out of a ticket?"
When their boss' back was turned, Paris and Nicole changed the words on Sonic's sign to read, "1/2 price anal salty weiner bugers."
After arriving at their new home, Paris and Nicole were surprised to find out that they had to do their own laundry...at a laundromat. Confused, Nicole asked, "You take your laundry somewhere to wash your own clothes?" Offering her expertise, Paris responded, "Yes, I've seen it in movies. Like in Forty Days and Forty Nights. Remember Josh Hartnett?"
Wanting to do something nice for the family she and Nicole were staying with, Paris treated her new pals to some ice cream. While placing her order, she iconically asked the ice cream truck driver, "Actually, can I have five more of these blonde bitches?," referencing a Powerpuff Girls-themed frozen treat.
Walmart is on everyone's radar—except for Paris'. During the pilot episode, she epically asked, "What is Wall-Mart?" and assumed that the superstore only carried items pertaining to walls.
Seizing the opportunity to cut down on her chores, Paris decided to ride a Segway as she mopped the halls of the nursing home she and Nicole were working at. Unfortunately for the American Meme star, she didn't foresee the mop getting in the way of the vehicle and ended up taking a hilarious tumble.
The Simple Life introduced the world to "sanasa," which became Paris and Nicole's trademark song. The unusual tune made its debut in season 1 while the duo were traveling on a bus as they tried to start a "sanasa" sing-along with their fellow passengers.
Proving that she is a jack-of-all-trades while working on a dairy farm, Nicole impressed her boss when tasked with herding the cows. Much to his surprise, she had a rather abrasive method to wrangle them up. "Move, motherf--kers. Move! Move!" she yelled. "Get your fat a--es down there."
During the dramatic season 4 finale, Nicole sneakily recruited a Paris lookalike to sit in during one of the pair's interviews without Paris' knowledge, leading to one of the duo's most iconic exchanges. "How could you do this to me?" Paris angrily asked Nicole, to which she responded, "How could you wear blue fur?"
Perhaps one of the most memorable Simple Life cameos goes to Kesha, who helped Paris and Nicole interview potential suitors for her mom.
Working a fast food drive-thru proved to be one of the duo's most difficult jobs. Taking a break from her duties, Paris decided tan her legs outside of the drive-thru window, which resulted in getting hilariously called out by her manager.