POPULATION: ONE FAKE FRUIT CAKE
"To all of my friends, family, and now tv fans I want to publicly & sincerely apologize for the trashy violent mess on television. It's embarrassing & utterly sickening to see violence being promoted on television. It was NOT what I signed up for, nor what I stand for, and certainly not what I expected to be a victim of ever in my life," Ashlee wrote. "Please accept my apology for this behavior and contributing to tearing down our society by being a part of such shenanigans."
Kahdijiha's aunt Sabrina Brie Rowe tweeted to Ashlee, "The only crime here was U got into a fight that you started #NotAttacked" and "My family believes 100% in nonviolence as well! If someone touch U first & being racist it's call defending yourself #DONE!"
I agree. Ashlee picked a fight… insulting her, poking her, grabbing her… and then cried victim when Kahdijiha reacted. The only "trashy violent mess" I saw is the one pictured above.
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Do you see that look on Marcia Marchman's face? I imagine that's how I look while I'm watching Big Rich Atlanta. This show is honestly a nightmare to recap. The scenes do not flow, the editing is choppy, the personalities haven't been developed, the drama feels too forced, and the eye shadow gives me ulcers.
Don't get me wrong, I think Big Rich Atlanta is a lot of fun to watch, but it doesn't even compare to Big Rich Texas (yet) for me. Obviously, I find the issues I listed above to be annoying; however, I also cannot relate to the socialite way of life and Ashlee Wilson-Hawn makes me want to vomit. The physical feeling that I get when Ashlee is on my TV is super serious.
Oh, speaking of things that are super serious, Marcia wants daughter Meagan McBrayer to treat their new business venture a little more seriously. Meagan tells Marcia that she is seriously sick of hearing about how serious creating a traveling fashion boutique is because she's a serious shopper and that makes her a serious business woman. I can't even begin to makes sense of that. I love them nonetheless.
While Tweedlemom and Tweedledum are truck shopping, we learn Meagan seriously doesn't have any serious money to buy a truck. When Meagan asks her estranged dad to invest in her fashion truck business, he says no. I hope Meagan finds a way to make it happen. I want to see her further terrorize the streets and trees of Atlanta with her big truck.
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Big Rich Atlanta premiered last week – much to our horror (Ashlee Wilson-Hawn) and our amusement (Meyer Eadon) and our ozone layer's dismay (that big hair isn't standing on its own) – and it hasn't been canceled yet. Yay!
This week's episode begins the morning after Ashlee's "hide your boyfriends, Meagan McBrayer, cause I'm divorced" party. It's 10 a.m. and Meyer and Harvin Eadon still aren't properly functioning. Harvin's sad attempt at being productive lands her right back in bed next to her sister. Their mama, Virginia Kolb, joyfully forces them to get up and start their work day.
While Harvin and Meyer
vodka caffeine up, Sabrina McKenzie and her daughter Anandi McKenzie and Katie Davidson and her daughter Diana Davidson make a deal with the devil Ashlee. Anandi and Diana express interest in competing in the next Miss Georgia Teen pageant, and Ashlee graciously gifts each girl a spot in her Boss Bitch Boot Camp. Yikes. Ashlee says it's six weeks of insanity, the girls promise they're up for the challenge, and Ashlee toasts to her newest victims Miss Georgias.
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