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Real Housewives of Orange County Preview

When it comes to Bravo Housewives, a dinner party only means one thing: drama!

Tonight’s all new episode of the Real Housewives of Orange County is filled with nothing but drama during the OC version of the ‘dinner from hell.’

On the 9th episode this season titled “Whine Pairings,” Peggy and Micah throwing their annual dinner party and hire celebrity chef Susan Feniger to cater the event. Tamra’s new boyfriend, Eddie, meets the ladies for the first time. During the party, Alexis causes a scene and flees the table, leaving Peggy livid and Donn is shocked by Vicki’s comment to the group about wishing they had started their own family together.

The episode airs at 10/9c on Bravo and a preview clip is below.

Watch What Happens Live – Tonight’s guests are Alexis Bellino and news personality Willie Geist.

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UPDATE - It seems Jim’s absence from Peggy’s dinner from hell is not an accident. If you recall, Alexis told E! News right before the premiere of season 6 that her hubby Jim Bellino had quit the show. And while Jim appeared on the first couple of episodes this season, he has barely been shown in the recent episodes. Back then Alexis cited Jim wasn’t happy with the “jerk” edit Bravo gave him, and in one of her recent Bravo blogs, Alexis reveals Jim decided to film much less following their trip to San Diego.

“Many of you are inquiring why I’m not on the show much the past two episodes. I think I know why. It might be because of the fact that my husband decided to film less after the San Diego trip,” blogged Alexis last month. It’s safe to assume Jim caught wind that he would be getting the “jerk edit” once  again based on the questions Bravo asked Alexis during her interview about the trip, hence his reason to film less. But hey, if the title of a controlling douchey husband fits…

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It seems Tamra Barney’s home has been on sale for ages, well that’s probably because it has, as the home was put up for sale well over a year ago. A new report now shows the Real Housewives of Orange County star’s home is scheduled to go into a foreclosure auction Thursday afternoon, which is today.

However not so fast, says Tamra Barney’s real estate agent. Marcos Prolo told the OC Register that the “short sale” on the house announced in November is still in escrow. Adding that the bank has given the sale its approval and even lowered the sale price by $25,000.

So why then is Tamra’s house listed for an auction Thursday afternoon? According to Marcos, “Banks typically are pokey at getting postponed foreclosure auctions off the schedule,” Prolo said. He however expects today’s scheduled auction to get yanked from the schedule Thursday morning. Sean O’Toole, CEO of ForeclosureRadar, also confirmed that most sales get postponed these days.

Prolo once again makes it clear that Tamra’s house is not in foreclosure, saying – “There isn’t a (foreclosure) sale. We already have bank approval.” The escrow is scheduled to close on Feb. 26 according to Prolo.

Below is a video preview of tonight’s episode of the OC Housewives, Is it just me or does it feel like this season has been going on forever? Moving on, the preview shows a rather intense argument between Simon Barney and Vicky. Simon feels Vicky is becoming too involved in his marriage, Vicky feels Simon is being rude, and Tamra feels she’s being put in the middle.

Also coming up in tonight’s episode is Lynne’s eviction. Guess we will all finally get to see how that whole ordeal went down.

UPDATE - The OC Register is now reporting the foreclosure auction on Tamra’s home has been indeed postponed until March. According to Tamra’s real estate agent, the home has been sold and is in escrow as a “short sale.” The March auction will take place only if the deal should fall apart.

The video preview is below –



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