It’s the end of a disappointing season for The Real Housewives Of Orange County, especially for Peggy Sulahian who, unless Bravo is even more desperate than we imagine, will likely be a one-season wonder. Peggy’s perpetual confusion and resting stank-face did nothing to endear her to viewers. She also didn’t seem to enjoy herself on the show – like, ever. Thus, here are (likely) the last words and testament of the housewife who might have been but never was. She came, she saw, she locked herself in a hotel room! Then she sat at the reunion and mean-mugged Andy Cohen for two hours. Good times!
Peggy doesn’t think Shannon Beador acted with class this season, reflecting, “The funny part is when Shannon says, ‘I’m old school, and I have manners, and those manners flew out the flippin’ door, this year.’ Well, that explains all that I experienced with her. If “manners out the flippin’ door” is her explanation of why she ‘reacted’ that way with everyone, then I must accept it. Looking back and based on what Tamra [Judge] said about Shannon’s denial about her marriage, it could make sense, but the jury’s out.” Peggy says she does have sympathy for Shannon going through a painful divorce, though.
After congratulating Meghan Edmonds on her baby news, Peggy moves on to her beef with Kelly Dodd. An argument which can once again be chalked up to Peggy not understanding basic conversational vernacular.
“At least the air was cleared,” writes Peggy, “And I accepted Kelly’s sincere apology about my father, which, I apparently should have kept in context. I know I’d told her about his passing, but my emotions prevented me from thinking clearly. I accepted her apology because she was so sincere. I don’t think Kelly can be anything other than sincere because she is so emotive. Her demonstrative behavior exposes her true nature, and what you see is what you get. I guess that is why Vicki likes her.”
The reason that Peggy likes Vicki Gunvalson and Lydia McLaughlin is that they
tolerate support her in her massively confusing arguments. Peggy shares, “Speaking of friendship, I appreciate both Lydia and Vicki for their support during taping, and tonight, while I was discussing my turbulent season, they were willing to speak words of encouragement for me!”
Continuing her blog, Peggy praises Vicki for making amends with Tamra and Shannon. She gushes, “And in terms of friendships and tidal waves, could you believe the beautiful trio of women mending old relationships? Tears flowing and emotions gushing while apologies were swirling all around, with Tamra and Vicki apologizing to each other promising not to be unkind and hugging. Oh too sweet — I think we were all smiling and tearing up. But Vicki extending her hand to Shannon was beautiful. Wow, wow, wow! Never would I have thought that I would see Vicki sitting near Shannon and holding her hand! That in and of itself was miraculous. Andy surmised that when Tamra asked Vicki to change couches, it the sweetest thing she’d said.”
It was the only great moment of a pretty blah reunion (and season), so good for Peggy for at least recognizing the momentous occasion. She closes, “It was an overwhelming journey which concluded with an emotional reunion. I guess we can all go home to gear up for the holiday season. This little break will give each of us time to recharge — who knows what 2018 has in store for us!”
Please let 2018 have a better season of RHOC in store for us! We deserve it.
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