During last night’s episode of Teen Mom 2, we got to see the fallout from Jenelle Evans 911 call getting released online. Following its release, she refused to film. The producers talk with Barbara Evans. She is afraid to confront her about the incident. Barbara feels like if she pushes Jenelle, she may not confide in her when something really bad happens. She also reveals that she was a victim of domestic violence and how she had feelings of shame and embarrassment.
In Barbara’s mind, it may be even worse for Jenelle because she is a public figure. In the end, she makes the decision just to accept whatever she tells her as an excuse and not intervene in her marriage. This made me feel sad and angry. Jenelle has flipped out on her mother so much that Barbara is scared to show concern for her own daughter.
On last night’s Vanderpump Rules TomTom finally opened its doors in the frantic, frenzied, disastrous way you’d expect from Tom 1 and Tom 2.
Welcome to Mr. Tom’s Wild Ride – first stop the deluxe modern apartment of one DJ James Kennedy, who will have his reintroduction into SURciety by being the inaugural DJ at TomTom. Trust me – it sounds like a much bigger honor than it actually is. With havoc on the homefront and no ice at the bar, Lisa Vanderpump quickly realizes she needs the Toms temporarily distracted. So, she dispatches 5% personal assistants to wrangle menial tasks. Tom 2, as always, drew the short straw and is forced to go discuss the music with James.
As he waits for Tom’s arrival James works on his apology letter to Mandall, the entree nous he needs to get back into Lala Kent‘s homie status. Raquel LeViss is not impressed with James’ labors of Lala-dom.
Wow is Celebrity Big Brother moving fast! Since we last checked in last Tuesday, we’ve had two more celebrities walk out the door over the course of episodes sporadically spread through the week last Wednesday, Friday and Monday. You’re a special kind of person if you can keep up with this show’s schedule…thank goodness for DVRs! As the most recent HOH’s shirt stated in big block letters, “Sorry Not Sorry,” behind the show’s famous “Expect the Unexpected,” this slogan perfectly sums up life in the Big Brother house.
As I always state up-front – and much like my Survivor column for this very same outlet – what I plan to bring you this season isn’t exactly a blow-by-blow “recap” of the show. Instead, this includes my thoughts, analysis, and reaction to the episode (or episodes) that we just witnessed. In other words, I’ll assume that you’ve seen the episode(s) each time. So please, please, PLEASE, if you do not want to have the show spoiled, don’t read any further until you’ve seen the episode(s)!
Last night’s episode of Marriage Bootcamp: Hip Hop Edition was full of drama and jealousy. What will happen when you swap partners with a group of insecure and egotistical personalities? I can already see the smoke before the fire ignites. Soulja Boy gets up to attempt to make slop breakfast for the house. The end result actually didn’t look bad and he did it with swag. It’s sad. He can be nice to others in the house, but so rude to his girlfriend Nia Riley.
The couples are called to the Marriage Boot Camp room and everyone praises Soulja Boy for cooking breakfast. The couples are shocked when they are immediately whisked into a chaotic social media junket. They are hit with tough questions designed to rattle them. The press touches on everything from cheating, stripping, prolonged engagements and everything in between. Waka Flocka and Tammy Riverabecome the most defensive in the group, after being asked to explain infidelity in their marriage. Waka even threatens one of the members of the press, who he felt disrespected his wife.
Last night on Floribama Shore, Aimee Hall was about to have a full blown panic attack after talking to her mom about her fight with a random in PCB. She tells Nilsa Prowant that everyone believes she broke the girl’s nose. She is extremely worried about her family and if they are disappointed and embarrassed by her actions. On top of all of those things, the threat of jail looms over her as well. Will Aimee, be able to push through the last couple of days in the house? Or will her scuffle with a random ruin the end of her vacation and reputation?
While at work, Jeremiah Buoni plays the self-righteous father role. He is happy Aimee is learning a lesson. He feels like her actions have affected the whole house. I hope she learns from this as well, but come on give her a break. It wasn’t like she was bothering this girl and trying to fight her. Aimee simply reacted to being harassed. She is young and I’m sure she has realized people will try to provoke you, for attention when you are in the public eye. I find his attitude a bit hypocritical seeing as though, he also had a fight this summer.
Seriously, what could go wrong? (Ask any of the RHOC ladies…) Unfortunately for Margaret Josephs, she has managed to parlay her feud with Danielle Staub into a threesome of threats with Danielle’s new bestie Jennifer Aydin thanks in big part to necklace-gate. After one too many heated dinners, she even memorializes the demise of her friendships with a toast–right into Danielle’s face. It’s this season’s birthday cake…or table. Take your pick! Oh, and did I mention the camels? The exotic creatures are right at home hanging out with a monkey’s a$$hole.
On last night’s episode of Married at First Sight, the couples return from their honeymoons back to reality. They will have to figure out their living arrangements with their stranger spouses. This is when things start getting REALLY good in the season. You may be able to hide your true personality for a while, but no one can hide their true quirks when they live with someone. LukeCuccurullo is put on the hot seat, by Pastor Calvin Roberson for his harsh comments to his wife, Kate Sisk. Thank goodness someone is going to finally tell thislittle twerp, how mean it was to tell her that he felt “repulsed” and “dead inside” after their first kiss.
This year the experts are providing mutual living arrangements for each of the couples. Must be nice, all the couple in past seasons had to find a home themselves within their budget. Before moving into their new house, they will get the opportunity to view each other’s current homes first.
Last night was the season finale of Below Deck and while Krystal may have been the worst charter guest like ever, I agree with Kate Chastain. This has been the best crew and the best Below Deck season. So yay for keeping the equilibrium even at sea. Cause sharing the sea with slugs is what it’s all about, right?!
So obviously the first and worst sea slug to deal with is Krystal herself. She is passed out on deck, wrapped in a blanket, aka a shame cocoon. Except I don’t actually think Krystal has any shame about abusing her friends or the people serving her. After threatening Kate and Josiah Carter several times, Krystal suddenly remembers she has these things called legs, which are attached to there hip bones, so she stomps downstairs to her cabin, slamming the door. Kate, who is practically levitating with rage, immediately goes to bed. Poor Josiah is stuck staying up all night cleaning up after these ungrateful wenches.