Married to Medicine‘s season finale attracted 1.917 million fans, which is a whopping 1.1 million MORE viewers than last week. Leading into the reunion specials, the season two average is 1.76 million. While I think it’s obvious that Married to Medicine cannot stand on its own (the numbers plummeted both times RHOA didn’t air in front of it), I think Bravo will grant it a third season.
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On Brandi Glanville’s podcast this week she spent time setting the record straight on a few rumors floating around, but she also devoted some time to helping Josh Taekman clear up some misconceptions about his marriage to Kristen.
Kristen Taekman, who is one of Brandi’s BFFs, is new this season on Real Housewives of New York. While we are loving Kristen, her husband Josh has been a little hard to take. Brandi wanted to help by explaining what a great guy Josh is and sharing that editing is making him look like an ass, but he really, really isn’t – he just has a dry sense of humor that’s not coming across well on TV!
Josh called in to Brandi’s podcast and shared that it’s been tough to watch to his scenes on the show each week. “It makes me cringe, it makes me sick to my stomach because Kristen and I have been together almost twelve years, we have a strong relationship. We’re far from perfect just like any relationship. I’m building a business which is incredibly stressful, but at the end of the day we are deeply in love and love our children and have a great working relationship. But we also have a lot of inside jokes and those do not translate at all.”
I don’t even know where to begin with this situation…seriously! What would you rather read about first? Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino’s mom fist pumping…into her son’s face? How about Sitch bouncing checks like he used to get bounced out of clubs in Seaside Heights?
Well, let’s start with the good news, shall we? There is love in the air for the former Jersey Shore playboy. While co-stars Jenni “J-Woww” Farley and Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi are set to walk down the aisle soon, Mike is finally thinking about settling down as well. Sorry, ladies! Forget DTF, the Situation is DTM…Down to Marry!
It seems that a post-rehab Situation has reunited with his college sweetheart. Clearly, he met her years ago, since he was pushing thirty when the show started. Having given up his hard partying ways, he has been back together with Lauren Pesce for a few months now, but that’s enough time for Sitch to start hearing wedding bells.
I was almost as interested in learning Apollo Nida‘s sentence as I was in hearing Kenya Moore‘s reaction. I was expecting something priceless, with props, and tons of shade! Maybe a new song – Gone With The Wind – In Prison Stripes?
However, Kenya, much to her credit, kept her response subdued and classy, tweeting: “You can’t kick someone while they’re down even if they’re trying to trip you. Offer them a hand instead. #KillThemWithKindness.” Wait – isn’t that a Phaedra Parks-ism? #Kidding
Of course, cameras were rolling when Kendra learned the news that Hank was cheating while she was pregnant and when Kendra reacted by flushing her wedding ring down the toilet and kicking Hank out of the house – allegedly, of course.
Catfish Season 3 finale Episode 10- Bianca and Brogan
I can’t believe that it’s already the season finale of Catfish! I’m sad that I joined you mid-season—hopefully I’ll be back!
We’ve returned to the land of ridiculously named twenty-somethings, aka the land of Catfish. Nev gets an email from Bianca– a girl who has been talking to another girl over the internet named Brogan. Bianca fell in love with Brogan because Bianca is really into body modification and Brogan’s pictures depicted her with a lot of tattoos. Bianca felt an instant connection with Brogan, but had never wanted to video chat with her because she thought it would be awkward. Then, all of a sudden, Brogan vanished into thin air. She deleted her Facebook and stopped answering her calls.
To promote the new episodes, Kail and Leah have shared details about their individual struggles. The bottom line is, Kail is forever miserable and impossible to please, and Leah is worried about the enormous medical bills stemming from her daughter’s illness.