Last night was the season premiere of Married To Medicine and things kicked off with a bang! Dr. Heavenly Kimes, dentist, not doctor, definitely brought her a-game in the drama department and wants it known she is not to be trifled with.
But let's begin with last season's drama! Mariah Huq and Quad Webb-Lunceford are not friends. There are varying accounts of why said friendship broke up, but one account is clearly rooted in the same deep-seated delusion that allows one to think lime green eyeshadow smeared up to your eyebrows looks hot. Yaaaaaas, I'm talking about Mariah!
While Quad is worrying about how to thwart Dr. Gregory's babymaking attempts now that she's quit her job to flounce around in lingerie, design dog clothes, and do photo shoots with designers to prove her divatude, Gregory has baby fever. Quad worries that since they've only been married a year she's not ready. Gregory points out that she's on the "backend of 30" and he is 13-years-older so no time like the present to ditch the condoms and get at it!
Season one brought us so so much drama – from Docks on the Dock to Toya and Mariah's poolside brawl to Lemon Squeeze – so let's take a look back at the season. And check out a sneak peek of tonight's season two premiere.
Anyway, unsurprisingly Mariah explains that dealing with the likes of Krayonce could push anyone's buttons and that reality TV encourages outbursts.
"I always said what I wouldn’t do and then when I got on TV, things changed. It’s tough," the Married To Medicine star said on The Purple Girl radio show. "They hit you in a place that you didn’t know existed when those cameras come on."
Looking back at season one of Married to Medicine, the show's creator and star, Mariah Huq, shares a few regrets about the first season and hopes for future season(s). Also, check out a sneak peek of tonight's "Secrets Revealed" special.
WHY?!? The reunion does not need Lucy's input. In my opinion, Mariah's mother has NO place at the reunion, especially considering the husbands are not even there. Nevertheless, Lucy makes an appearance, and she is just as annoying as I feared.
Right out of the gate, Lucy plays the victim, crying about how bad Toya hurt her family. "Friends do not do that," she says. "There's no excuse for it." So, Andy points out, Lucy said she was happy that "Mariah beat Toya" and she, too, smacked Toya in the head with her purse. Lucy is like, I AM happy that Mariah beat her, and she's lucky I didn't attack her too. I'm confused. So, beating on your friends is perfectly acceptable, then?