Oh my Below Deck where on earth do you find these people? I think it’s safe to say that Helen Hoey‘s friend Brandy is not just sipping on the al-al-al-alcohol, but adding in a little something extra. So that’s where chef Kevin Dobson‘s “extra” went!
Helen and Richard are back, pretending to be foodies who are rich and fabulous. They have brought with them a literal motley crew of cougars. Actually, I think these women were Motley Crue groupies back in the 80s. (Psssst… I think even Tommy Lee quit partying… Maybe?)
Last night’s episode of Married to Medicine focused on the fallout from the beginning on the trip. Two ladies vicious feud is affecting all of the ladies. This episode goes right to the heart of the matter. Will the elephant in the room get addressed or will things continue to go downhill with the group?
Any progress made during the weekend comes to a halt after the argument on the bus. Jackie Walters reaches her breaking point. Contessa Metcalfe ponders Jackie’s advice to pursue couples counseling. Mariah Huq sets out to prove her innocence from the drug accusations. Let’s get straight into the drama!
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days was probably one of the most normal since the beginning of the season. But it also was very informative and really set up viewers for the Tell All next week. I already know this is just the calm before the storm. There is no way the crazy won’t reemerge just in time for next week’s reunion. I am so ready to find out what has been going on behind the scenes.
Benjamin struggles through the bride price ceremony. Tim leaves Colombia with unfinished business. Tom Brooks plans a big gesture for Darcey Silva’s last night. Angela Deem feels uneasy at her engagement party. Let’s get straight into the 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days recap!
The crazy train has arrived this season on Love After Lockup. All of these couples make the most irrational decisions ever, but it’s the BEST television. On last week’s Love After Lockup episode, Lacey and Shane finally got intimate. However, she has a whole fiance in lockup right now. John isn’t going to react well to any of this. Speaking of crazy, is Alex really going to marry Glorietta? OOF.
Tony is in police custody, and Angela is ready for some answers. Will she actually get any, or will Tony continue to dodge? The latter sounds the most plausible. Vince and Amber’s relationship is the most awkward thing on TV, but compelling. It’s hard to decipher who is conning who. Someone is being shady, but the question remains about WHO.
I. Am. Dead. We are only onto the second episode of Temptation Island and already the show is next level. If the rest of the season keeps up at this pace I don’t know if I’ll be able to handle it. For those who saw the episode already, you know exactly what I am freaking out about. And if you haven’t seen this episode yet, stop what you are doing and immediately find it on your DVR, streaming or on demand. This is truly must see TV.
We’ll get to the major bomb that dropped in a bit. But first, let’s start at the beginning. The couples say their goodbyes to one another, or rather lack there of. All of the women are crying as the men sheepishly walk out and head back to their villa where a bevy of single women await them. Everyone is pretty much regretting their decision to be on this show, but there’s no turning back now.
Another life lesson from Boston Rob and Sandra, and these players are no better off. Yes, as I was told when I wanted to be a star Major League Baseball player at a young age: You can work hard, you can think harder, and you can out-hustle them all…but God-given “talent” is not something that can be taught, or acquired through hard work. In other words, you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink. Relating this to this week’s episode of Survivor, Rob and Sandra can try to instill all the knowledge in the world, but the recipient still has to have “that certain something” in order to get it to work for them.
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: Island of the Idols. 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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I don’t know what is going on with Real Housewives Of Dallas, but the prevailing theme this year seems to be how LeeAnne Locken deals with her ghosts, vs. how everyone else deals with their ghosts. Last night LeeAnne, once again, tangled with Kary Brittingham over the past, who had it worse and who handles it better – and that past includes what to do with the problem of D’Andra Simmons.
LeeAnne’s nonstop wedding festivities are taking a toll on everyone, that’s for sure!
In between partying and being a Real Housewife, Brandi Redmond finds time to be an actual housewife by taking her girls to cheerleading practice. Brooklyn and Brinkley have a try-out coming up. They get gymnastics lessons and one-on-one coaching. In contrast, Brandi recalls how she taught herself back walkovers by throwing herself over the hill near her trailer park.
There’s been many a times I’ve suffered second-hand embarrassment while watching a Real Housewives show, but last night’s Real Housewives Of Orange County was officially THE WORST. I was literally blowing a metaphorical whistle at the TV as I witnessed Braunwyn Windham-Burke and Tamra Judge‘s dry-humping. Too much tongue is often a problem on Bravo, but usually in a very different way.
Tamra has the brilliant idea to take a train down to Del Mar, fill plastic penises with vodka, and pass out train conductor whistles to celebrate Shannon Beador‘s 55th birthday party. Cause nothing says middle-age like a drunken orgy!
This trip has historical significance for several reasons: 1) Del Mar is Shannon’s old haunt, from back when she was “fun Shannon,” chugging Andre champagne and stalking surfer dudes; 2) It references the train rumor that so plagued Kelly Dodd‘s indefatigable reputation; 3) Meghan King Edmonds is attending for some unknown reason.