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The reality TV viewer numbers are in – and Manzo’d with Children continued its downward spiral. The spinoff premiered to 1.717 million just four weeks ago. This week, 995,000 watched Lauren revamp Cafface and 937,000 watched the Manzos embarrass themselves in Texas. The secrets revealed episode of the Real Housewives of New Jersey attracted 1.796 million viewers.

Bravo’s lineup this Sunday includes the Real Housewives of Atlanta season seven preview, part one of the Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion, and the Manzo’d with Children season finale.

Back to the viewer numbers – Love & Hip Hop Hollywood remained steady with 2.332 million watching Nia introduce her dad to Soulja Boy, a double date on My Five Wives garnered 970,000 viewers, and a gut-wrenching episode of Million Dollar Listing LA logged 1.3 million viewers. Thank you, Josh Flagg, for sharing your amazing grandmother with us for the past six years. 

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Edith Flagg

Since the season opener of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, we have anticipated the passing of Josh Flagg’s beloved grandmother, Edith.   Pass the hanky…that episode has finally come. No more chats in her deluxe apartment in the sky. No more lunches at La Dolce Vita. No more pearls of wisdom to pass along. This woman who endeared herself to us and showed us the softer side of Josh, may be gone from this life, but she is certainly not forgotten.   Edith is in our hearts forever.

But before we turn on the waterworks, we must first endure another installment of ‘Will the Brits pull off another impossible deal?’ and ‘The Days of Our Un-Engaged Lives’ with Josh Altman and Heather. James Harris and David Parnes have ramped up the yip yap factor this week to an eleven (Spinal Tap, anyone?) and Josh seems to be back to his old self swimming with fellow shark, Daymond John, founder and CEO of FUBU, and investor on the reality television series Shark Tank.

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If there’s one thing Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles agents like, it’s a quick, clean sale! However sometimes they have to really put their hardened negotiation skills to the test. On last week’s episode Josh Altman was able to get a deal closed in less than 30 minutes, while newbies David Parnes and James Harris had to pull a lot more tricks out of their sleeves to appease a difficult but important developer! 

“Being in the real estate business for over a decade now, we have had deals that happen as quick as what you just saw and others that take years…yes, no joke, years,” Josh says. “You never know where you next deal is going to come from and how it will play out.”

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This week’s reality TV viewer numbers are in – and both Real Housewives of New Jersey and Below Deck saw a season high. The season finale of Real Housewives of New Jersey attracted 2.442 million. The season average thus far is just under two million. Below Deck‘s season finale garnered 1.427 million viewers. The season two average of 1.1 million prompted Bravo to immediately renew the show for season three.

Love & Hip Hop Hollywood remained steady with over 2.2 million tuning in to see Nikki confront Mally Mall. Also this week, 1.047 million watched Albie and Lauren make amends on Manzo’d with Children, the season two premiere of My Five Wives logged 967,000 viewers, and 1.2 million watched Josh struggle with Edith’s failing health on Million Dollar Listing LA. Only 565,000 bothered to watch Couples Therapy this week. 

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This season on Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles is like the final season of Parenthood. Waiting for something awful to happen. Unfortunately, we already know how things end on this show and we must wait to exhale every time Josh Flagg comes on the screen.   Every phone call, every conversation, every mention of his grandmother’s name, Edith, is gut wrenching. And this week’s episode is no different. We know that her health is failing. And we know that Josh is carrying on with his work and life because that is what she would want him to do. While it is hard not to see how much pain he is in, the show must go on. A little trip down the Pacific Coast Highway just might be the distraction that he needs right now.

Back in Beverly Hills, David Parnes, who is out for a jog with Maxi and Bella, is summonsed by James Harris back to the office.   Their ‘Rock Star’ client, Zach Vella, is in town from the East Coast. Yes, that Zach Vella! Fredrik Eklund’s number one developer on Million Dollar Listing New York. Where is Fredrik?? Why is he not with him in California? Ryan Serhant would be there if it were his client, right? Well, not so fast. This time it’s personal. Zach is searching for a place to put down roots with his fiancé, Michelle. Our poker faced developer is looking for a turnkey 4-5 bedroom home with lots of privacy and an ‘LA feel’ in Trousdale or west of Bel Air. ‘Find a steal’ he tells the boys. Easy peasy! James is concerned as there is a drought of inventory in the market for $10-15m homes in these areas.

josh altman sells dorothy chandler estate

Hmmm… there’s something fishy about Josh Altman‘s miraculous sale of the legendary Dorothy Chandler Estate. Luckily for us we’re good at sleuthing. 

On last night’s Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles, Josh and his brother Matt landed the historic listing and were seen brokering a deal to sell it in record time for full asking price and a 5 day close. 

“The Altman Brothers just raised the bar to a new level with the sale of the most famous estate in Los Angeles. Where others have not succeeded on this property…(Flagg, not surprised), The Altman Brothers proved why we are the difference in getting your house sold as opposed to just listed,” Josh brags about their sale.

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Dance Moms

This week’s reality TV viewer numbers are in – and two shows, Dance Moms and Teen Mom 2, wrapped up painfully long seasons this week. 1.455 million watched the Dance Moms reunion, and the controversial show ended season four with an average of 1.84 million viewers. Part two of the Teen Mom 2 catch up special attracted 1.245 million, bringing its average to 1.76 million viewers.

Both Love & Hip Hop Hollywood and Million Dollar Listing LA celebrated an increase in viewership this week. 2.393 million watched relationship drama on L&HHH and 1.488 million watched realtor drama on MDLLA. An impressive 2.176 million checked out the aftermath of Florida on Real Housewives of New Jersey, but only 1.340 million stuck around to see Lauren pick a fight with Albie on Manzo’d with Children.

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It has been no secret that Josh Altman and Heather have called off their wedding. For now. But on last night’s episode of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, seeing him try on his custom inscribed tuxedo, ‘to a beautiful beginning’ on the lapel and ‘I’m sold’ under the collar, gave me the sads. Fortunately, his brother Matt, in his Yolanda Foster approved Hermes belt, will be there to help him get through the tough times. And carry him professionally as well.

The Altman Brothers have a Big Fish to catch. Up for grabs is the majestic Dorothy Chandler estate in the Hancock Park section of Los Angeles. A major deal in Josh Altman’s career. At the same time, he is supposed to be planning his client-focused wedding extravaganza with Heather, who is none too pleased to be meeting with the florist on her own. Josh senses that things are going south with his fiancé when she hangs the phone up on him. And Heather never hangs up on him.

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