has Connie remind Elly that most of what bothers her is</a> that when she looks in a mirror, she sees her mother's face looking back at her. If Connie were any sort of friend, she'd remind her that she said much the same thing when she turned thirty-five
(and was making a ridiculous simp of herself yapping about being in the autumn of her life) and will say the same thing when she turns forty-five (and starts running her fat bazoo about how she didn't make a big deal of turning forty).
Instead, she's an enabler who feeds into Elly's bullcrap:
instead of being a smart guy doing the right thing and taking the problem away:
because he's not a dumb guy who doesn't admit that his daughter doesn't want to understand that she's beig paid a compliment: