While the episode wants us to believe that Mariah is upset with Toya for gossiping about her family's personal business, I'm not so sure I believe this order of events. My gut tells me that the poolside brawl was nothing more than a pathetic, unfortunate, low class drunken fight. However, seeing as how Mariah is desperate to be a reality TV star and already suffers from Reza-ego-itis, I wouldn't be surprised to learn that Mariah (as an executive producer) and Bravo (as a story-driven maniac) manufactured the scene with Lake (Mariah's sister) after the fact to save face.
In her blog, Mariah maintains that Toya had several open conversations about her daughter's adoption in two different hair salons. She expresses shock over "the lengths people will go to become more relevant" and says that Toya is void of "morals, values, and boundaries."
Reality Tea readers didn't seem too impressed when Married to Medicinedebuted to record breaking numbers. Many comments read like "really?" and "this show sucks" and "the ratings will drop." Um. Not so much.
I, too, expected the ratings to drop. In reality, however, Married to Medicine's ratings are going up! This past week, the much anticipated brawl between two cast members brought in 2.66 million viewers, a series high.
Apparently, BUCKWILD star Shae Bradley and her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Jesse J, made a sex tape pre-BUCKWILD.
The show's producers reportedly knew about the tape but urged Shae and Jesse to keep it a secret. However, in the wake of BUCKWILD's cancellation, the tape is being shopped around. Shocker. Do kids work real jobs anymore?
Although, unlike her peers, Kail's book focuses on her life before she became a teen mom. About the book, Kail tweeted, "Not so much about being a teen mom – more about living with an addict & absent father resulting in where I am now."
Meanwhile, Harvin Eadon and Meyer Eadon are anxious to get She Blames Me up and running now that Virginia Kolb blocked access to their used and abused emergency fund. Horrors! Their allowance of $1,000 a week isn't cutting it. Meyer simply cannot bear the thought of living in such horrid conditions, adding, "It's pure torture."
Harvin and Meyer meet with Middleman to discuss the next step for She Blames Me. The sisters lose their minds a little when Middleman mentions a possible meeting with swimwear designer Ashley Paige. A swimsuit by Ashley costs roughly $1,000 a string, says Meyer, so after a year, Meyer and Harvin will each be able to afford a 52-string swim suit.
This week's show begins and ends with Mariah and Toya Bush-Harris. First, despite the fact that Mariah and Toya merely tolerate one another solely because their husbands work together, Mariah stops by Toya's house with a gift. She brings a white Christening gown for Toya's one-year-old son's upcoming baptism. Toya is like, thanks but no thanks, and Mariah feels offended.
Meanwhile, Dr. Simone Whitmore checks in with Dr. Jackie Walters. Simone knows exactly where to find the "fat police" doc, at the gym. While the other ladies' back and forth jabs come across as hurtful and below the belt, Simone and Jackie's banter always feels playful and lighthearted. Jackie jokes that Simone is more about food than fitness; Simone shares that she has no interest in sweating off her hair.
This time, however, it's Michael Abraham, Farrah's father, and James Deen, Farrah's penis for hire, who have a few things to say about her botched up attempt to orchestrate her own sex tape scandal the sex tape.
When it comes to Farrah's family, it's safe to say, the family that prays together stays delusional together.
First, Farrah's mother Debra Danielson said her good Christian girl would never participate in a sex tape. Then, once Farrah acknowledged the tape's existence, the former Teen Mom star claimed she made it for her personal scrapbook only. In the next breath, however, she started the bids for said tape at $2 million. Now, Farrah's father Michael has gone on record, referring to James as "abusive" and an "opportunist."