When Austen Krolljoined Southern Charmlast season, he gave Shep Rosea run for his money as the ladies man in the cast. Even so, he was more of an anti-Shep back then. He had a nine to five job. He preferred pursuing a serious relationship with Chelsea Meissner over random hookups.
Now, the women in the Southern Charm cast feel like Austen has transformed into Shep Jr and they have no problem calling him out.
Unfortunately for Monique, that’s not what happened. Charrisse asked Candiace if Candiace’s mother paid for her engagement ring. Candiace described that question as a “shady bitch” comment. Charrisse got offended by the description. Candiace hurled some age-centered insults at Charrisse. And then Monique was left in the middle. If she took up for Charrisse she could be viewed as a bad friend to Candiace. If she stood up for Candiace, she could have seemed disloyal to Charrisse.
When Naomie Olindo first appeared on Southern Charm, she was Craig Conover’s girlfriend. After a three year romance and many sewing-induced arguments, the couple called it quits. Now Naomie has a new man in her life, but she doesn’t want to share the relationship on television.
Naomie confirmed a relationship with an anesthesiologist named Metul Shah during an interview with People. She confessed, “I’m very, very happy.” Naomie also said, “He’s wonderful.” Before that interview, Naomie shared a photo on Instagram with the caption “Pray 4 him.”
But back in the land of 4-6 months ago, cameras aren’t picking up Dorinda’s wrath. In fact, her trip to Puerto Rico with Bethenny looks more like a bonding experience, especially given the heart to heart they shared in the plane on the way over. Back in Manhattan, the group starts to fracture again when Ramona Singer just can’t help but stir the sh*t between Carole Radziwill and Bethenny. Although Carole isn’t biting yet, she sure seems mad as hell now (in her blogs) about Bethenny’s treatment of her this season. Could it have to do with Adam? Maybe.
Finding yourself stuck in the middle of a bad situation? Discovering that your best chance to win the game is now behind you? If you have either or both of these symptoms, you are probably Donathan on Survivor: Ghost Island. Not afraid to drop “truth bombs” all over the place, one of them finally blew up in his face, but is the damage done irreparable?
So many questions and I’ll try to provide some answers. But before we dive in, as I do at the beginning of every Recap, please heed the following: Remember that this recap assumes that you have already seen this week’s Episode 13 of Survivor: Ghost Island, so if you have not and don’t want to be spoiled, please come back later! It’s important to add too that while we WILL hit on all of the important developments of the episode, this is not a linear “blow-by-blow” recap, and is more of a discussion and reaction of what we just witnessed together.
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Hold up though. There’s actually a lot more to the story according to Dorinda. The viewers are wondering why Dorinda would drink so much before such an important dinner. It just doesn’t make sense and that is because she actually had no idea that dinner was on the agenda. Bethenny didn’t tell Dorinda about it until after they enjoyed some happy hour drinks. Did she innocently forget to tell Dorinda about the trip’s agenda? Or was Dorinda set up for a story line?