This week was a family-oriented week for a lot of your favorite reality TV stars- or at least there were a lot of family photos posted on Instagram.
While Scheana Marie has been drowning in her delusion that Rob Valetta loves her, Jax Taylor literally nearly drowned on this week’s Vanderpump Rules. At least the near-death experience helped him find God. Much to Brittany Cartwright‘s rejoicing.
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.
Unfortunately (for the viewers), Stassi’s relationship with Beau Clark started after the last season finished filming, but the new couple recently opened up about the details.
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.
There is never a filler episode and almost every episode introduces multiple story lines. There is just always so much to dissect and poke fun at. Ariana Madix and Tom Sandoval discussed the podcast drama between Billie Lee and Stassi Schroeder, Scheana Marie’s constant mentions of her now-ex-boyfriend Rob Valletta, James Kennedy’s one-sided flirtation with Lala Kent (in front of his girlfriend Raquel Leviss), and some other Vanderpump Rules hot topics.
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.
I feel like everyone needs a friend like Tom Sandoval. He will give you makeover if you need one and cry tears of joy on your behalf and use a puppy as a handkerchief. Sure, he’s a little outrageous with the hair-braider and the costume guy on hand, but there’s nothing wrong with being extra. It’s better to be extra than not enough.
And at least Tom is extra and not desperate. There is a major difference. Faith Stowers, now that’s another story. She used to hook up with Lisa Vanderpump’s son Max Todd. She got with Jax Taylor (while he was dating Brittany Cartwright) and recorded a conversation between the two of them. Faith even claimed to have feelings for Lala Kent. In short, this woman was doing whatever- and (allegedly) whomever- she could to join this cast and she still couldn’t move past the back row in the Vanderpump Rules opening credits.
The last few episodes of Vanderpump Rules have given me secondhand embarrassment for Scheana Marie. At first, I was happy that she was able to find love after divorce, but she has taken this “Rob Valletta is the best boyfriend” tour a little too far. She actually admitted that she timed him hanging up a television and bragged that it only took seven minutes.
Scheana’s referred to him as a “real man” too many times to count. She was acting like that house in Big Bear was her own. She wore an “R” necklace. She reminded everyone that Rob knows how to drive a boat and just had a million accolades to share about her man. As if that wasn’t awkward enough, we are all watching this, months later, knowing that the two of them are actually broken up at this point in time.
It’s difficult to keep track of James Kennedy and Lala Kent’s relationship. They go from being best friends to enemies to frienemies at the drop of a hat. And then it’s just tough watching James’ one-sided flirtation with Lala on Vanderpump Rules without feeling some sympathy for his girlfriend Raquel Leviss.
Raquel has been forced to watch James flirt with Lala and watch Logan Noh flirt with James. This woman is a saint for putting up with all this shit.