In the last dregs of the summer season, the Sirocco continues to slowly circle France and Below Deck Mediterranean chugs on.
I couldn’t even be bothered to remember the names of the charter guests. I’ll just call them “Alcohol Now,” which is the t-shirt the primary was wearing when he boarded the boat. The primaries own some sort of luxury puppy palace. So, explain to me, again, how that makes you rich? Even if your only clients are Lisa Vanderpump and Kameron Westcott things aren’t adding up. But here they are and here we are, watching it all unfold; boringly. I assume the one woman who is allergic to everything under the sun (except alcohol and silicone – clearly) is going to have some sort of attack after accidentally consuming something Ben Robinson accidentally served her.
Either because the specialty plate went to the wrong person when one of the stews (you know it will be Anastasia Surmava) was distracted, or because Ben was so anxious about the burners and the size of the galley that he misread the preference sheet again and prepared something she cannot eat. Anyway the episode ends with this woman literally crawling out of her cabin and collapsing on the floor. Exciting to say the least (to be fair they were sailing through a squall).
YASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS! Married to Medicine is BACK with a vengeance! This season, the drama has stayed the same, but friendships have definitely changed. On the season premiere, the tension has risen to a whole new level. Boundaries have been crossed and new alliances have been formed. The beefs are no longer one on one. There are so many fractures in this group, they are on life support.
Simone Whitmore is livid about Heavenly Kimes beefing with Cecil Whitmore via Twitter. Simone is also at odds with Quad Webb-Lunceford. Mariah Huq is upset with Jackie Walters for repeating the accusations about her using drugs. Contessa Metcalfe and Toya Bush-Harris still can’t get past their issues. I don’t know about you, but I am here for ALL of the messy drama. Someone might even get hit over the head with a purse again this year. Let’s get straight to Married to Medicine the recap!
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days did not disappoint! It was filled with all types of juicy drama. I could barely keep up with all the tea that was spilled last night. I am sure this episode was extremely embarrassing for several of the cast. It was quite satisfying for the viewers, who love every moment of this train wreck. 90 Day Fiance Before the 90 Days is the gift that just keeps on giving.
Rebecca struggles to impress Zied’s parents. Jeniffer learns the secret Timothy has been teasing us with for weeks. Desperate Darcey Silva meets one of Tom Brooks‘ exes. And those are just a few snippets of drama to come from the latest 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days episode. Grab ahold of your seat and let’s break down the crazy!
This season of The Real Housewives of Potomac is coming to a close, and my heart can’t take it. I never want this season to end. From start to finish, it’s been a breakout season in every possible way. Tonight is the big fragrance reveal for Karen Huger, and Gizelle Bryant has been waiting forever to see results. Do you think we’ll actually see a real perfume tonight?
Last week’s episode ended with Ashley Darby thinking she’s pregnant. Her costars like Candiace Dillard are going to have a field day with that news. Nobody likes her husband Michael Darby, so this could be really interesting to see go down. No matter what happens, I have a feeling this season will end with a bang. Hopefully, we get a Katie Rost appearance too!
I didn’t think it was possible, but this season of Love After Lockup is the best yet. Lacey is doing what Michael Simmons did last season and taking it to the next level. I love a messy love triangle, and she’s giving us messy and shady in spades. LIVING for her cringe double life between Shane and her fiancé John. She met him on last week’s episode, and that changes everything.
I’m also living for poor Angela and her man Tony that clearly doesn’t love her. I hope things work out for her, but the deeper she gets into this the worse it’ll be. As far as Andrea and Lamondre, are we ever going to actually meet him? Does he really exist? He’s really disrespectful to her, and her entire family hates him. It’s going to be tough to get past that.
I’ve thought long and hard about this, but I firmly stand by it: There is simply nothing in Reality TV that is more breath-taking, more nerve-racking, than Double-Eviction night of Big Brother. It’s somewhat become “must see TV” for fans of the show, who might opt to DVR a normal episode of Big Brother under normal circumstances.
But as I do every Double-Eviction, I kept myself off of Twitter and social media even though I desperately wanted to know the outcome, as I watched it on like a 20-minute delay (it’s a MUST to be able to fast-forward through those commercials on such an important evening). Watching the show live and not knowing the outcome is an absolute thrill, and not at all common in today’s “binge” culture. But seriously is there anything cooler than Double-Eviction? And this one especially my friends, did not disappoint.
I’ll try to avoid spoilers above the warning label, but as I do at the beginning of every one of my Survivor recaps, please heed the following: Remember that this recap assumes that you are caught up on all of the aired episodes of Big Brother 21. If you are 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 since the last recap, so if you need to go further back please click on the “Big Brother” Topic on this page to access past recaps…also, this is not a linear “blow-by-blow” recap, but is more of a discussion and reaction of what we just witnessed together.
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On last night’s episode of Married At First Sight, there were only 5 days left in the experiment before the couples made a BIG decision. The retreat was coming to a close and we are one step closer to decision day. Something tells me this last week won’t be easy. Knowing this group, there will definitely be some drama.
In fact, one person finds out a shocking secret about their spouse. The viewers don’t need to find out a secret to know half of this group is doomed. Let’s get right into the Married At First Sight episode!
It’s a new, lighter season of Real Housewives Of Dallas – at least hair follicle-wise! Oh, haha – who am I kidding these ladies still hate each other! Well, LeeAnne Locken and D’Andra Simmons do anyway.
Get ready for another season of LeeAnne and D’Andra battling for title of Queen Bee. LeeAnne even references her pageant past in her tagline, and of course she’s wearing a crown for her wedding. Marrying Rich Emberlin is her crowning achievement after all – right after being the self-proclaimed Philanthropy Hub of Dallas. Did I mention that I love this show?
LeeAnne blames D’Andra for their reconciliation stalling. After all, D’Andra never reached out after the reunion, despite promising that she would after apologizing for saying Rich cheated. Thankfully we did not have to hear a long tearful spiel about LeeAnne’s abandonment issues and her amygdala being hyper-sensitive to false promises, which further degrade her fragile carnie heart, which is all LeeAnne’s mother’s fault for letting the tilt-a-whirl operator babysit her – or some crazy shit that causes one to poop in a bag after ripping your belt off in the name of Jesus. LeeAnne’s trust issues make her see relationships like cotton candy: they look so beautiful and full, but evaporate as soon as she gets too close with her hot air.