On last night’s Vanderpump Rules, the Toms demonstrated that age is just a number and even when you’re 35, you can still pretend to be 21 with no responsibilities. I guess when you have stunted bartender jobolescence, growing up is hard to do! Even if you have “buishischeness deschisions” to make!
SUR is back in action with a facelift, because Lisa Vanderpump turns raging fires into restaurant redesign, and everything winds up looking a little fresher and sparklier. The new chandelier at SUR has the added benefit of making everyone look younger. Tom and Jax look positively like their first season selves. Too bad all Hollywood ‘facelifts’ don’t turn out so well! This is all a prequel to Tom Tom, which the Toms will get a larger taste of during their ‘work trip’ to Vegas.
Lisa will show Tom 1 and Tom 2 “a day in the life of the Vanderpump regime.” Which is more than just design elements, but showing them what running an actual business looks like. A business which has nothing to do with pretend statement necklace collection, or ‘online beauty blogs’ that get updated once every 3 months. Or at least that’s her plan…
At this point, all of the Vanderpump Rules viewers are well-aware that Lala Kent is done being friends with James Kennedy– whether he likes it or not- for now, anyway. She is done with him for hating on her man Randall Emmett and she insists that there is no way for James to get back in her good graces.
But what about James‘ girlfriend Raquel Leviss? I assume it would be awkward for Lala to be friends with Raquel if she wants nothing to do with James, but this show is always pushing conventional boundaries when it comes to relationships, so you never know.
I have no idea how Kristen Doutekept a straight face during her one-on-one time with Scheana Marie during the last episode of Vanderpump Rules. She walked into Scheana listening to her own song and wearing and “R” necklace in honor of her then-boyfriend Rob Valletta.
Then she had to listen to Scheana drone on and on about how she knows Rob loves whether he does or doesn’t tell her so. Scheana even shared that she planned to name their first daughter Madison Marie Parks Valletta. Props to Kristen for keeping her composure during that interaction. Personally, I wouldn’t be able to hold in my laughter.
As cringe-worthy as it is watching Scheana Mariefawn all over Rob Valletta on Vanderpump Rulesknowing that they aren’t dating anymore, it really does make the show. Scheana’s constant bragging has blessed us all with some premium entertainment. I will never get over her revelation that she timed Rob hanging up a TV and that it only took him seven minutes. She even mentioned that their first daughter would be named Madison Marie Parks-Valletta.
For all I know, Scheana wasn’t actually talking about Rob 100% of the time and instead she was just bragging about him 95% of the time, or (hopefully) significantly less than that. With that said, I figured she would use post-filming interviews and social media to clarify her comments and try to seem less Rob-sessed, but that is not the case. Now Scheana admits that she had Rob on her mind on the same day that she married Mike Shay. Just twist that knife in further, Scheana.
Just like the reality stars who have come before her (and many who will follow suit after her), Vanderpump Rules star Scheana Marie is now a podcast host. That’s pretty much the norm at this point. It’s almost as if you aren’t even a reality TV star if you don’t have your own podcast.
With that said, I don’t see why anyone would be up in arms about Scheana joining the podcast game. Everyone else is doing it, so she might as well. Nevertheless, some haters went in on Scheana for “copying” Stassi Schroeder by hosting her own show.
Scheana, on the other hand, is still putting all her faith in ol’ Super Rob. She insists that Jax misunderstood Rob’s comments, and Rob like so totally did and does and always and forever will love her as much as she loves herself.
Season 6 of Vanderpump Rules is truly the gift that keeps on giving. Monday has become my favorite day of the week. I hate to say this, but the cast’s problems get worse and worse and my Mondays just get better and better. Ultimately I want the best for them all and I view them all as friends in my head, but I have to admit that their drama always provides me with premium entertainment.
At this point, Lala Kenthas become the voice of reason on Vanderpump Rules. She always tells it like it is, which she has always done, but now she’s actually friends with everyone in the cast.
Well, she’s almost on good terms with everyone. Lala and her one-time-hookup-turned-best-friend James Kennedy are at odds after he made fun of her relationship with Randall Emmett. Watching the episode infuriated Lala even further and she insists that she is done with him.