Bethenny has a lifetime of experience, after all, so she ushers Sonja out of the room, grabs her face, and performs an exorcism. I also think Bethenny must have hypnotized Sonja with one the 32 diamond rings she’s wearing, because from that moment forward Sonja became obsessed with The B. Back at the table, Sonja is ready to resume partying. Everything’s fine!
On the heels of one of the most memorable Tribal Councils in history last week, Survivor served up a double-dose of exits tonight as we saw not one, but two players head to the Edge of Extinction. And they weren’t just any two players.
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Last night was the weirdest, most insanely random episode of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills ever! This is RHOBH without a common enemy to direct all their wrath and delusions onto. I dunno — I loved it!
Dorit Kemsley shows up in a redneck tuxedo to Denise Richards‘ house to drink double vodka tonics at 2 in the afternoon and talk motherhood. (Denise had water since she had to pick her daughter up from school) Ha! Motherhood was about 2% of their conversation the rest was all Lisa Vanderpump. Denise liked Dorit immediately when she met her, and found her very warm and kind. That’s Dorit’s ruse — everyone feels that way about her. Initially.
Denise counsels Hollywood neophyte Dorit about handling close friends betraying you to the tabloids. When Denise was going through her divorce she actually used to run sting operations on confidantes by sharing something with them to see if it would wind up in the press, and that was how she knew who was a true friend. Despite LVP ruining her reputation, eviscerating her belief in friends, and making her question all of humanity, Dorit still wants their friendship back. Denise believes that – with time – Dorit can eventually forgive her.
This week’s episode of Teen Mom 2, featured adrunk on box wineBarbara Evans threatening Kailyn Lowryon social media. While talking to her daughter and Brittany DeJesus, she makes a stupid comment, which she later says is a joke. I guess no one told her social media justice is swift because she was not ready for the shit storm that ensued, as a result. At this point, Kailyn and Jenelle need to just do a charity boxing match. May the best woman win.
Jenelle Evans and her mother, Barbara are off to Atlanta to relax and get away from the drama she created on social media. I actually find it refreshing to see Jenelle on camera with her mother and not disrespecting her every minute on the show. Although, Barbara has to basically just smile and nod in compliance to make this happen.
Last night’s Vanderpump Rules was all about redemption. In a Hollywood kinda way.
Stassi Schroeder is in peril. After years of having bad boyfriends and being able to blame, project and justify her own bad behavior as their fault for having worse behavior, she is now dating the man of her dreams and needs a bad girlfriend detox. Enter Beau Clark: someone who does everything Stassi demands of him, entertains her endlessly, cedes to her tantrums, and accepts that even when Stassi is wearing a mini skirt, she wears the pants. Basically she’s a queen dating the court jester.
But winter is coming and that winter is Stassi’s demand for unwavering sycophancy and the lashing of her evil tongue when Beau doesn’t capitulate. Last time it ended in eczema and tears, but what if someday Beau decides he can no longer take being a battered boyfriend, aka the future subject of a Lifetime Movie?
Joy to the world – Summer House recaps are here! We know, we know… we’re starting these recaps a little late this year but better late than never right? We start off episode 7 of Summer House where we left off last week with the crew congregating at home after the St. Bart’s party. Everyone drank a little too much Whispering Angel (don’t they always?) and they all hit the hay right away. Despite his best efforts, Carl Radke and Paige DeSorbo are still going to bed separately. Carl 3.0 isn’t getting as lucky as he did in Season 1 and 2. Maybe his charm only works on Lauren Wirkus?
The morning after scenes are some of the best – those Big Brother type cameras always get the most candid moments like when Amanda Batulamakes a “joke” about Kyle Cooke not lasting long. Reason #100 why we love Amanda and her sass. Speaking of Amanda, she and Kyle are biting the bullet and moving in. Kyle breaks the news they owe 22 THOUSAND DOLLARS before they move in. For many, that is more than the price of a new car but that’s NYC real estate for ya. After Amanda thinks about the 11k she owes, she suggests to the group that they should have a joint “Christmas in July” birthday party for Amanda and Jordan Verroi‘s next weekend. There’s nothing this group loves more than a theme party.
This week on Married to Medicine LA, the ladies are still meeting with the false prophet, aka the “intuitive” at Noelle Reid’s birthday party. The next victim is Imani Walker who wants to know if she is going to be okay. Is she actually taking this woman seriously after watching her interact with the other women? I guess what they say is true, a fool is born every minute. I wouldn’t trust her to predict when my pizza would be delivered, let alone anything about trials in my life.
Imani cries when Sahara tells her she has always been okay. Just when you think things are semi- normal, Sahara reveals she has done exorcisms and begins banging foreign tools in her face to clear her energy. Ummmm….okay. Lastly, Shanique Drummond asks for guidance on how to let someone know she isn’t trying to be malicious. She is clearly talking about her fight with Asha Kamali-Blankinship regarding her comments about her husband possibly cheating. Asha believes that she was indeed trying to be malicious and the psychic agrees Shanique isn’t being genuine. I am struggling to figure out, what was the point of bringing this crazy psychic on the show. Noelle seems to be one of the most level headed of the group, but I am starting to question that given her trust in her psychic/yoga teacher.
Porsha is not having any of NeNe’s nonsense this reunion and for that I say: YES. Because NO to NeNe’s nonsense and awful attitude and rude unnecessary comments. Claiming you are having a breakdown is not an excuse to verbally and physically assault your friends and co-workers, NeNe! If NeNe has questions about this, she can run it by OSHA to see what they have to say about her workplace behavior.
But first – how are things between Porsha and Kandi Burruss who appeared to be getting along quite well in the latter half of this season as they came together for good against a common enemy (NeNe)? Well, Kandi and Porsha are still not so super good – meaning not following each other on Insta.