To kick things off, Mackenzie buys a pair of chaps for Gannon. Ha! Why not? Dressing the baby like an adult cowboy makes perfect sense when Mackenzie doesn't have a job, Josh doesn't have a job, and Gannon, despite winning the family IQ race, is too young to have a job.
An excited Mackenzie calls Josh to gush about her superfluous purchase. He accepts the call – listens – but rushes off the phone without ever expressing a single emotion. Phone calls are hard, y'all. Mackenzie's friend points out that Josh is barely alive, adding, "He needs to get a pulse in touch with his feelings." Mackenzie says she totally heard excitement in Josh's voice.
Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to Twitter to share even more of their daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here's a roundup of some of our favorite photos from the Twitterverse this week! Enjoy!
Lilly acknowledged the party was a bit excessive. "But so what? I didn't ask anyone to pay for it or throw it for me. I did it by myself, for myself." She added, instead of dwelling on the fact that she's 30 and single, "I decided to have an over-the-top, silly prom-themed celebration for the bright future to come."
Lilly said she had a great time – at least someone did! – despite all the drama caused by her Shahs of Sunset co-stars. Not by her mind you. Them. And maybe Bravo. But definitely not her. She's prom queen perfect.
In a recent interview, MJ shared her feelings about the events that led up to Lilly's birthday party, as well as the beyond ridiculous party itself.
MJ started by explaining how she came to accept Lilly's invitation (albeit late) in the first place. "After the reunion, I never wanted to talk to her again," she admitted. "It was one thing for Mike [Shouhed] and Reza [Farahan] to lash out at me, but to have Lilly, who doesn't even know me, bash me? She had no right. To me, she was just being opportunistic."
Million Dollar Listing L.A. star Josh Altman was involved in a chain reaction car accident yesterday that led to his Range Rover crashing into the House of Blues in West Hollywood. Neither Josh nor his ego were injured.
Several cars were involved in the car accident which was caused by a driver attempting to make a dangerous and illegal U-turn across Sunset Blvd. The turn caused the driver of a Honda to hit the brakes. When Josh swerved to avoid the Honda, his Range Rover clipped a taxi and the House of Blues.
Following her release, Shawn Portwood tweeted, "Amber is out and looking better than she ever has because she is clean of drugs and healthy. Time to start a new chapter. I love you, sis." Later that night, he added, "After spending the day with her, I know she will be OK."
Amber went from prison to a burger restaurant for lunch to her daughter Leah. Mom and daughter were reunited Monday night. Gary Shirley has full custody of Leah currently, but Amber hopes to obtain joint custody soon.
The focus of the premiere is Lilly's self-indulgent 30th birthday party. She's the party planner of course – nobody loves Lilly as much as Lilly loves Lilly – and she chooses to exclude MJ after she fails to RSVP on time. This decision does not sit well with the rest of the group. Reza's terribly heartbroken. Supposedly.
Speaking of Reza, he's me, me, me right out of the gate. Reza complains about his hair turning white and his waistline growing round. So what's a successful Persian realtor suffering a midlife crisis to do? Go Porsche shopping of course!