Last week Peter was slapped with the notice after he failed to pay his rent and owed his landlord $1800. Bar One moved locations last year (amid a lawsuit and some foreclosure drama) and has been in limbo about reopening ever since. Peter is currently working to open another location in Charlotte, while the Atlanta destination remains in renovation with a promised fall grand opening. Which obviously will be filmed for Real Housewives Of Atlanta.
I don’t know about you, but last night’s parade of bump-its, spray tans, and grown-a$$ women dressed in prom dresses was exactly what I’d expect from the Dance Moms Reunion. As the mothers get dolled up pageant style, we learn that Abby Lee Miller has been texting them constantly, forbidding them from attending the reunion. Of course, when she finds out they are already there, she arrives and silently takes her seat, putting a slew of papers under the cushion.
As the show begins, Abby refuses to speak to anyone because she’s classy like that. I’m thrilled that Jeff Collins dialed back the orange tint in his hair from the last go-round. As the mom take the stage, Jeff rehashes the Nationals upset. Abby holds up a sign that reads, “Fixed!” Jill explains that the competition was orchestrated, and Holly interrupts to say that yes, the awards ceremony was a mess, but they’ve never complained when the ALDC won. No one cries “fixed” then! Jessalyn touts that it made their team seem like sore losers, and suddenly Abby has found her voice with Jill and Melissa co-signing her every word.
It’s that time again: trivia night! Brush up on your Atlanta knowledge, as Travis and crew have decided on Vanderpump Rules as the theme of tonight’s game. The fun starts at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST.
Disclaimer: This is a fun community game that is organized by our commenters. It’s just a fun way to test your reality TV knowledge and pass the time with your fellow reality TV fans on a Friday (or Saturday) night. If you don’t like it, move along to a different post and don’t play…simple as that. In other words, don’t email with complaints, protests and the like if you don’t agree with or enjoy any piece of the game. Comment policy still applies.
See below for a note from Travis on how the game will be scored: