To be honest, Tinsley Mortimer is in over her head with the Real Housewives of New York cast. She just seems way too nice and (relatively) normal to survive among the sharks. Then again, this season is so boring, it’s hard to judge how she would be on a RHONY season at its typical caliber.
During the last episode, Tinsley was (finally) looking around at apartments so she can move out of Sonja Morgan’s townhouse. Other than that, she had the misfortune of being cornered by Harry Dubin at Ramona Singer’s party. I have no idea why people are still inviting him to things, but he always brings the drama and it’s much-needed this season.
Not only did Milania have a big day, but her little sister Audriana Giudice and her cousins Joey and Gino Gorga had their last day of school today. Clearly things are still harmonious between the Giudice and Gorga families since both Tre and Melissa Gorga celebrated the end of the school year with their cute kids at the lake.
Erika was a hit from the get-go, but her second season was much tougher than her first thanks to the extremely annoying and repetitive Pantygate drama. Plus that notorious “You don’t know what I go through every night” rant in Hong Kong. So I figured she learned a lot from round two.
Unfortunately, the recently disgraced Phaedra Parks will be back on the TV pretty soon. Fortunately, she will be with her adorable son Ayden- someone I will miss on Real Housewives of Atlanta. Nope, they’re not returning to reality TV and I assume their recent appearance was taped before the now-infamous RHOAreunion revelation.
Phaedra and her smart, adorable son will be on a game show on USA Network called Big Star Little Star, reminding us of the one reason we would want Phaedra back on RHOA: her kids.
As much as I am entertained by pretty much everything I watch on Bravo, I can’t help being even more intrigued by what happens behind the scenes to make my favorite reality shows happen. I want to know if Housewives actually do “amicably part ways” with the network or if that is just a go-to line, like I suspect.
Even though I watch Bravo whenever possible, I still can’t get enough content and I want to know more about how it all works.
Let’s keep it real: the first Real Housewives of Dallas season was just so/so. There was way too many arguments focused on charity and that annoying “poop hat.” Other than LeeAnne Locken popping off a few times and giving us the only actual drama, there really wasn’t much that happened. I grew to like some of the cast members, but I was by no means yearning for a Season 2. Still, there is a Season 2 in the works and it looks like good girl Stephanie Hollman is a part of the drama this time around.
Everyone beefing with LeeAnne is pretty much the only thing that has me interested in this upcoming season, but even I have to admit that the recently released video teaser did hook me a little bit. Sure, it’s not at the top of my TV priorities, but I am definitely more intrigued than I ever thought I would be. So maybe there is hope for this Real Housewives installment?
I was more than happy to let the Gizelle and Charrisse drama go, but I started to miss it when Charrisse and Karen started butting heads about hosting a cast vacation. So. Stupid. Are there not better things to argue about? Clearly there was an overload of projection in this situation, but on my end it just made for some pretty annoying television.