Ahhhh… we are midway through the charter season on Below Deck Sailing Yacht. As well known from previous iterations of Below Deck, this means a time of shifting loyalties, relationships beginning to either fray or cement, and crew-wide fatigue.
Over on the rockiest beach in the world, Jenna MacGillivray and Adam Glick arrive prepared to host a beach BBQ for the guests only to find what looks like a hoarder emptied their storage shed on the shore. What reality show is this?!
Ciara Duggan and Madison Stalker have been there for 4 hours but it might as well have been 4 years. They look like they just escaped a shipwreck and were required to use Madison’s bra as a fishing net. They are sweaty, burnt, hobbling around creatures surprised to recognize other forms of human life (or perhaps disappointed that those human lives were Adam and Jenna?). This is what being off the boat unsupervised does for a yachtie!
Now it’s T-30 minutes until the guests, dressed for dinner at the country club, arrive and nary an umbrella is unfolded. Jenna is in overdrive, panic mode. OK, seriously, what the eff was going on that island all day?
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days had me shaking my head in disbelief. It’s like these people are gluttons for punishment. Where there is smoke, there is fire and the cast just keeps walking towards the flames. I can’t lie I find it interesting to see so many crazy naive people all at once.
Darcey Silva and Tom Brooks prepare to meet face to face. Geoffrey Paschel questions Varya Malina and the entire trip to Moscow. David anxiously awaits his first meeting with Lana. Lisa Hamme faces Usman’s adoring fans at his music video premiere. Let’s get straight into the recap!
On last night’s episode of Married At First Sight, one person makes a shocking decision that will have lasting effects on their marriage. Another couple contemplates whether their issues are too much to move past. There is drama with a capital D, this episode!
Now that the Married At First Sight couples have decided to recommit, the next three weeks will be imperative to make a final decision. The five couples must embrace vulnerability and revisit their past. While exposing their deepest truths, some discover new hope, while others find themselves ready to walk away. Let’s get straight into the Married at First sight recap!
So how’s everybody doing? Here’s hoping everybody is safe and optimistic during these uncertain times. As for me? Well, I’m great if you consider that – so far at least – My family and myself have managed to stay healthy and we’re all just hanging in there. But ask me how I’m doing when it comes to Survivor? My answer would be: NOT GOOD. Not good at all. Tonight was one of the most disappointing, frustrating and devastating night’s of watching Survivor that I’ve experienced in a long, long time…maybe as far back as I can remember. As with everything else going on in the world, things with Survivor are simply not going the way that I want them to, and I’m losing faith that things are going to turn around.
Slow and steady? That strategy didn’t work too well during tonight’s episode, not on The Edge and definitely not in the game…well, except maybe during the Immunity Challenge. But those that acted quick and looked to make bold moves benefited this week, where others did not.
As I do at the beginning of every recap, please heed the following: Remember that this recap assumes that you have already seen this week’s episode of Survivor: Winners at War. If you have not and don’t want to be spoiled, please come back later! It’s important to add that while we WILL hit on all of the important developments of the episode, this is not a linear “blow-by-blow” recap. It is more of a discussion and reaction of what we just witnessed together.
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We celebrated Tom Sandoval‘s birthday on last night’s Vanderpump Rules and the theme was being extra. As if this group even has to try! Hey, at least it wasn’t more wedding nonsense.
Ugh – every time I reach a place where I kinda like Lala Kent, she goes and acts like a horrific ego-consuming monster whose such a bitch that I’m right back to wanting to smash cupcakes in her face. Super fattening, gluten-y, sugary cupcakes. Lala is a wench. A worse wench than Stassi Schroeder ever was in her Stasstrocious heyday. Lala is Jax Taylor bad. She’s also a dry drunk. Someone who has treated the symptom, not the disease. Lala reminds me of Kim Richards, formerly of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, now of never-to-be-published salacious memoir because Kyle Richards will tie your ass up in cord for ad infinitum. Which is also how long it will take Lala to realize that she’s a horrible human being who is still secretly in love with James Kennedy.
Anyway, these are my preliminary thoughts on last night’s Vanderpump Rules.
I have so many conflicting feelings about what’s going on with Below Deck Sailing Yacht. Like is everyone conspiring against Madison Stalker? Are Jenna MacGillivray and Adam Glick both psychotics who deserve each other? Is Parker McCown a secret serial killer, ala Patrick Bateman. I know it’s not popular but you guys — I just get a bad feeling about him. I mean, I basically get a bad feeling about everyone except for Captain Glenn Shephard and Byron Hissey. So maybe that’s the problem?
I definitely DO NOT have good feelings about the new Below Deck Sailing charter guest Yana, and her, um… diet and cat noises? Is her brain so deprived from lack of food she can’t form complete thoughts which is why she just says “meow”?
Jenna is crying on a dock after begging Adam to sleep with her. They’ve been ‘dating,’ in the loose manor of yacht dating, for the equivalency of 2 charters. Possibly 2 and a half. It is not. that. serious. Adam turns her down because he’s trying to retain some small vestige of professionalism (GO ADAM), and Jenna freaks out that he’s icing her out by putting up emotional walls. Jenna claims she just wants to get closer to him — so how about asking about his childhood, instead of using bumping uglies as a bandaid for actual intimacy. Seems a little… immature, no?
Another season of Life After Lockup is in the books! This was by far the craziest season we have ever seen. Lacey and Michael Simmons take the term love triangle to the next level. The way these two are able to manipulate everyone in their lives is next level fascinating. They aren’t the only ones brewing up some trouble though. Tracie Wagaman’s refusal to go to rehab is making Clint Brady’s life a living hell.
On last week’s episode, Angela removed Tony from his bachelor party. Surely, there is no way this wedding is going to continue as planned. Right? That might be an epic mistake for the queen of the trailer park. Another high pressure situation going down is the living arrangement of Andrea Edwards and Lamar Jackson. What’s it going to be? Los Angeles, or Utah?
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days was full of DRAMA! There were so many confrontations that my head is spinning just from all the second-hand anger. I had to have a cocktail just to ease my nerves after all the yelling. The circus was definitely in town and these couples were the performers. I can’t complain, this reality gem was just what I needed to distract my mind from the current circumstances around the world.
Avery Warner finally meets Ash Naeck ’s skeptical brother. Ed Brown makes a shocking request of Rose. Geoffrey Paschel ’s biggest fear about Varya Malina’ comes true. Lisa Hamme reaches a boiling point in Nigeria. Yolanda Leak hopes she isn’t making a mistake. Let’s get straight into the 90 Day Fiance Before the 90 Days recap!