Bobby Khan, the owner of Emporio Motor Group in Ramsey, NJ, is being investigated on a consignment scam where he would offer to sell or lease owner’s high-end luxury vehicles in exchange for payment once the vehicle sold. Unfortunately he hasn’t been paying the owners what they are owed or transferring titles to discharge pre-existing car loans.
On an earlier episode of RHONJ Melissa and Joe Gorga were seen meeting with Bobby at his dealership to discus the price of a Bentley repair. Later Melissa was shown giving Bobby a run-down of her advertising ideas for Poison’s trash truck business. No word on whether or not Bobby is an investor in this venture.
TLC has hit the ratings jackpot yet again with My Five Wives and they are repaying the reality shows loyal viewers with a new 10-part season premiering this October.
The show documents the trials and tribulations of the progressive polygamist family of Brady Williams, his five wives and 24 children and according to the press release, “offers an honest and intimate view into the joys and challenges of living this controversial lifestyle in modern-day Utah.”
This season is also promising some changes to the family dynamic, including some members leaving the nest and perhaps even some new additions.
This season of Million Dollar Listing LA seems to be missing something. Um, besides Malibu hottie Madison Hildebrand, I mean. Josh Flagg will forever be my favorite. And I honestly do not mind the newbies, James Harris and David Parnes, because I absolutely love that they annoy Josh Altmanso much. Still, I can’t pinpoint why, but this season’s vibe feels off to me.
Is it just me? One person for sure disagrees with me – Josh. And not the one I want to be my best friend forever.
About this week’s show, Josh Altman blogged, “I must say that was by far one of the most entertaining episodes yet. Between the agent drama, the client drama, and the wedding drama, it had me sitting on the edge of my desk chair. This has to be the most exciting season yet… minus Flagg, as there is nothing exciting about anything he does.”
“I must start off with kudos to Dina! Finally someone with a brain! I called Dina and thanked her for making sense of complete nonsense,” said Teresa. “Three key points she made: First, as soon as she heard the rumor from Teresa Giudice, she said, ‘I do not believe that at all.’ Second, ‘It didn’t happen.’ And third, Dina’s comment in her interview was that she was more offended that someone would talk about someone’s mother. Thank you, Dina.”
Great news, my fellow Big Brother fans. CBS has renewed the summer hit for two more seasons. BB17 will air summer 2015 and BB18 will air summer 2016. As long as she doesn’t suffer any programming malfunctions between now and then, Julie Chenbot will continue her duties as host.
This marks the first time ever in Big Brother‘s sixteen season run that CBS has ordered two seasons in one shot. This, thanks to Big Brother 16‘s increase in viewers – averaging 7.56 million in the key demo – and increase in ratings over the summer-long nightmare that was Big Brother 15.
On last night‘s show, James and David brought a client to Josh Altman‘s open house. Josh went out of his way to take little digs at his co-stars, and David did not hesitate to return the favor. Later, Josh pulled James aside and warned him, “You are the likable one. I think that guy’s [David] holding you down. You’d probably be better off by yourself.”