Last night the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills finally got the bloody confrontation they’ve been snarling for all season, but more importantly someone finally called Dorit Kemsley out on being a fraudster!
Lisa Vanderpump unhelpfully extracted herself from this mess, then Camille Grammer‘s house burned down so the planned confrontation in France was ruined, and these women have been floundering for what to do. It’s not like they can just go live interesting lives with earnest drama. No, they have to pretend their lives are perfect, and have a target for phony argument. They tried with Erika Jayne last week, but Erika took a cue from LVP and simply dismissed them, but back in Beverly Hills there is still Camille….
I hate to be a meanie pants, but was there anything more delightfully Camille Grammer than learning that Camille Grammer is actually close friends with someone PK Kemsley owes over a million dollars to? In a way it came at a rather disappointing time, as the last couple episodes I’ve actually kind of enjoyed Dorit, and not even in a ‘what a terribly amazing imbecile of a character’ she is kind of way, but sincerely.
On last night’s episode of Texicanas, lines were drawn and friendships were lost. Both Penny Ayarzagoitia and Mayra Farret found themselves on the outs with Karla Ramirez for different reasons. When Penny attempted to defend Mayra the group twisted it around on her. Rather than the ladies admitting they did something that hurt someone, they are more concerned by how Mayra found out. SMH…. Is this how these women teach their kids to resolve conflict? While Mayra is nowhere near perfect, I don’t agree with women jumping on a bandwagon to attack one person. It’s a little to mean girls for my taste. Even if you don’t care for her, they know what they did on that trip was wrong.
The ladies are still at Anayancy Nolasco’s charity event. It’s great that she wants to give back, but I am not impressed at all by this event. Penny is put on the hot seat about how Mayra saw the group conversation. I think it’s crazy how these women talk behind a person’s back, but don’t want to be held accountable. Tensions are high. Karla and Penny end up bickering to the point where Karla and her husband say some harsh words on their way out.
You know that Summer has officially started when it’s time for some Big Brother! Everybody’s favorite cheese-fest returned for its 21st season on Tuesday night, introducing us to 16 all-new contestants who will be competing over the next three months in front of the 80+ cameras in the Big Brother house. There is bound to be lots of backstabbing, bro and show-mances galore, and more slop than you can shake a stick at, as these brave souls vie for the half-million dollar prize.
I too will be here all Summer covering the show for Reality Tea, and giving this awesome Reality TV-loving community a place to chat and comment on all of the happenings inside the Big Brother House. Be sure to share your thoughts in the comment section below!
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On last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance The Other Way, there were some interesting developments. We finally got to meet the final couple Jihoon and Deavan, who were introduced on this episode. Also, one of the American hopefuls is stranded at the airport. The person they gave up everything for didn’t feel like coming to get them.
Wow…. Am I the only one who would have taken that as confirmation that this isn’t a good decision? Sometimes when everything in you screams you are making a mistake, you should listen! Sometimes I almost wish I was less cynical, but when I see naivety like this, I appreciate its benefits.
On last night’s Below Deck Mediterranean things in the kitchen boiled over and Captain Sandy Yawn proved, once again, that her bleeding heart for pretty young things lost at sea clouds her ability to lead.
Captain Sandy‘s friend Dr. Jen Berman, raunchy urologist with a penchant for crop tops, is still on board with her crew of New Jersians (another form of alien, unless you live in the Bravo-universe). Their first lunch was a flop, leaving them crabby; their first dinner was rubbery steak that looked like it came from a Fisher Price kitchen play set, and most of it ends up in the trash. The whole thing has been such a mess that Sandy and Hannah Ferrier decide to just permanently install Anastasia Surmava in the galley, and not only that – she’s in charge of dinner. The time has come, Sandy, to FIRE Mila Kolomeitseva.
On last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Happily Ever After, all types of truths came out. Ashley Martson found out more damning information about her marriage with Jay Smith. At this point, I don’t think anyone cares, as long as they end this toxic relationship. I’m only watching Ashley on TV and even I want her to leave ME alone. I can only imagine what Jay feels living with her.
Chantel Everett talks to a friend in the Dominican Republic who has quite the story to tell about Pedro Jimeno’s family. This episode is packed with drama and all types of revelations. Let’s dig into the lives of these poor souls.
Miami is where souls go to die on Real Housewives Of New York. People are arrested. People are swept up in tsunami-like rages. And people pose decadently and cluelessly in front of their cabaret posters in the middle of the street.
Last night gave us the full spectrum of why Real Housewives Of New York are the alpha Housewives. One minute people are shaking with sobs, the next they’re shoving their dogs in a home freezer, then putting on thong leotards for a little 80’s throwback workout.
Is it just me, or is Southern Charm not as charming as it once was? The premise was great when these folks were in their twenties, but mid-thirties frat boys just aren’t as entertaining. Don’t get me wrong, I still adore the show, but I’m nostalgic for the good old days of bar hopping and bed-hopping when it was funny…not semi-pathetic. Maybe I’m just in a mood…
The drama of last week’s episode seems all but forgotten (if only that were true!) as the Charmers prepare for their day. Craig Conover’s ADD interferes with cleaning up after his party, and Kathryn Dennis is getting a spray tan that will no doubt look completely natural. Speaking of natural, nothing looks more normal than Patricia Altschul’s butler Michael pulling her Bentley through the Mac Donald’s drive-thru. She’s craving a cheeseburger with no
ketchup tomato. She reveals that her guiltiest pleasures are Mickey D’s, Costco hot dogs, and Taco Bell tacos. In fact, Patricia prefers her fast food to the finest French cuisine. She nibbles on her number one in the backseat with a cloth napkin (not paper!) and glass of Cabernet while Michael toodles her around Charleston. What a life!