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Married At First Sight Recap- Bear With Me

On this week’s episode of Married At First Sight , the experts arrange a couple’s retreat. This will give the group a chance to reflect on their marriages and open up about their issues. With only one week until decision day, it’s extremely important that they put everything out on the table. Given most of the couples are train wrecks; this should be an interesting finale. I don’t know if the cast is just desperate to be married or they are blinded by love. Either way, I want several of these people to find their self-respect and a good therapist. Let’s get straight to crazy and recap this episode!

Greg Okotie and Deonna McNeill decide to go out for a fun night of ax throwing with her sister and her boyfriend. Before Deonna arrives, Greg tries to find out the secret to getting his wife to let her guard down. He doesn’t get much information, but her sister says she can see her walls slowly coming down. I can see that Deonna is trying as well. I just hope that she can continue on the right path. Amber Bowles goes out to dinner with her friend, Raven and discusses her marriage. If this guy is straight, Amber you have a better chance of getting this guy to stick around than  Matt Gwynne. Even Raven can see that Matt is a lost cause. He flat out tells her that she deserves better. I agree, no one should have to beg someone to want to be with them. Amber breaks down crying as Raven encourages her to see her true value. Amber, this guy is way cuter than lanky vagabond Matt. What are you doing with your life?

Southern Charm Reunion Recap:

Our summer with the folks of Southern Charm has come to a bittersweet end. Sweet because it’s over, and bitter because the story line centered around a withering bromance and toxic romance of an Austen Kroll triangle. The wayward beer enthusiast spent the season entangled in a twisted web, pulled between his snobby, elitist wing man and shrill, roid-raging girlfriend. It wasn’t the stuff of Bravo dreams…that’s for sure!

Andy Cohen welcomes Danni Baird to the sofa before Austen continues to lecture Kathryn Dennis about her admittedly odd Watch What Happens Live appearance. Naomie Olindo interjects to state that a friend of hers witnessed Kathryn drinking before her evening in the clubhouse. Cameran Eubanks had the same snitch friend texting her this intel as well. Kathryn maintains that she didn’t have a sip of alcohol before WWHL, and she’d admit it if she did.

In fact, Kathryn has already shared that she is back to drinking in moderation…whatever that means. Craig Conover reveals that often times the cast has lied about seeing Kathryn drink because they didn’t think she was allowed to drink. Shep Rose agrees that they have all defended Kathryn’s reputation more than she knows.

Gentille ChChun Marrying Millions

Marrying Millions only has a few episodes left, but everything is finally heating up. Everyone is getting serious, and last week had a bombshell proposal. Brian finally proposed to Gentille ChChun, and FOR SOME REASON SHE SAID YES. I’m still shocked. There are so many red flags in this relationship. Her desire to have a family of her own is clouding her best judgement.

Drew Gemma & Rosie Marin are already engaged, but the idea to elope might ruin it all. This sugar couple has found themselves in a sticky situation they might not escape. I still can’t believe how unhinged Bill Hutchinson was last week when Brianna ignored his texts. That was not a healthy way to react! We’ll see tonight if she can tough it out in Miami, or if she’s on the first plane back to Dallas.

Kelly Dodd Real Housewives Of Orange County

Last night the Real Housewives Of Orange County tried to have a Pretty Woman moment by taking the distressed and disorganized Gina Kirschenheiter to Rodeo Drive for a makeover, but it ended in tears, tantrums, and tales of trains gone wrong!

I do not FOR ONE SECOND believe the rumor that Kelly Dodd did a train (is that even how you say it?) of 8 guys. I also refuse to look up the proper terminology for “train,” because I did that last week and now I’m getting some suspicious GoogleAds. So thank you Vicki Gunvalson for once again ruining things for everyone.

The most shocking thing about the Trains, Cars, and Terrible Friends saga is that moments after making this proclamation that she knows something very, very terrible about Kelly, Vicki skips out when the rest of the women head to a bar. Vicki pass up free tequila? HUH?

90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way Recap: The Great Unknown

Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance The Other Way, demonstrated why those who fail to plan actually just plan to fail. It’s even more interesting that some of these people actually “planned” the circus that has become their lives. Tiffany Franco and Ronald Smith have big news.

Deavan Clegg leaves for South Korea, despite her concerns that Jihoon Lee isn’t prepared for a family. Karine Staehle is trying to figure out a way to get rid of her husband. I can’t say I blame her, it is Paul Staehle! Let’s recap the shit show 90 Day Fiance The Other Way.

Ben Robinson returns Below Deck Mediterranean

Tears. So many tears on last night’s Below Deck Mediterranean. JuneJune, Sadness. JuneJuneGladness. Maybe JuneJune staying would not have been so bad, eh. We also saw the long awaited return of Ben Robinson. I have many thoughts about this. Many deep, snarkily pureed and hopefully beautifully executed thoughts.

So Colin Macy-O’Toole is about fall on his sword (anchor?) for June Foster. June has just been dismissed as Captain Sandy Yawn plays chess with inappropriately long hugs and meaningful glances followed up by Free Ice Cream Sunday coupons upon return to Florida. So June is out, Anastasia Surmava is down in the corner as third stew again, and Ben is approaching the boat to save everyone from poor tips.

And Colin, well, Colin is knight in shining armor dreaming of a home cooked pot of mommy’s Mac and cheese. If only he can get untangled from this daggone anchor known as Joao Franco‘s emotional neediness.

90 Day Fiancé Before The 90 Days Recap: Love is a Battlefield

Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days was filled with equal parts desperation, arguments and emotional meltdowns.   This  90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days episode gave me just enough crazy to be able to make it through the week, thankful for small annoyances in comparison to these people’s (much larger) problems.

I spent half the 90 Day Fiance Before The 90 Days episode just shaking my head in pity for these crazy people. I don’t know what we did to deserve this show, but it is the gift that keeps on giving. I don’t even know where to start. There were so many cringe-worthy moments. Someone, anyone needs to save them from themselves. Grab your favorite snack and let’s get down to business.

Real Housewives Of Potomac Recap: Trouble In Paradise

The Real Housewives of Potomac is inching closer to the finale, and I never want it to end. A lot of the Real Housewives shows have fallen flat this year, but these women are having a breakout season. More specifically, Candiace Dillard has become a breakout star this season. You don’t have to like her, but you can’t deny the impact she’s had in her sophomore season.

Katie Rost’s mental health was called into question on last week’s episode. I can’t believe Ashley Darby went there. SUCH a low blow. Going into the latest Real Housewives of Potomac episode, I wondered if Robyn Dixon would actually confront Gizelle Bryant. There are a lot of issues bubbling beneath the surface begging to boil over.