Married At First Sight is about to start getting interesting. The two final weddings conclude, and all five matches meet the new families they’ve just married into. While some pairs feel destined for success, others exhibit red flags. One groom has a shocking reaction to his new bride.
All the couples are overwhelmed after a day full of nerve wrecking introductions. Some handle this well, while others depend on the assistance of alcohol. Then it’s time for their first night together as husband and wife. Can someone say awkward! I guess there is no way around getting better acquainted, when you need help getting out of your wedding dress and have to sleep next to a stranger. Let’s get straight into the Married At First Sight recap!
Welcome to the new era of The Real Housewives of Dallas. Stop sleeping on this franchise because this season is a rebirth for this city. Both the removal of LeeAnne Locken and the arrival of Tiffany Moon have fully shaken up the landscape. Tiffany’s already not shying away from drama and is currently embroiled in a wildly petty feud with Kameron Westcott. Who knew chicken feet could have this sort of impact?
Sadly, Real Housewives of Dallas viewers have to endure yet another season with Kary Brittingham. If you found her annoying last season, she’s even more grating this season. Her newfound desire to poke and prod at D’Andra Simmons over everything is exhausting. Why is she choosing to constantly attack her alleged close friend? Is that what friends do. D’Andra’s seeing a shaman these days, but how much bullying can someone take before there’s no inner peace left?
Welcome back to Below Deck. Where, yep, you guessed it, everyone is still sick. My Seanna has basically become a floating infirmary at this point. And the worst part is that we’re still smack dab in the middle of a charter. The other worst part? That James Hough and Elizabeth Frankini‘s boat-mance seems to be sinking faster than the Titanic itself. In fact, maybe the only good part is that the boat has become a safe haven a world away from the pandemic that’s taking over America. (At this point during filming, we’ve reached March 8, 2020.) So sure, Rachel Hargrove may be having serious G.I. issues, but at least it’s not coronavirus?
Eddie Lucas brings a doctor on board to start doling out medicine for the under-the-weather crew. Antibiotics for Elizabeth! IV therapy for Rachel! And nothing but a flirty charter guest for Ashling Lorger. Because, even though she’s come down with the same illness as the chef, she’d rather power through and show Francesca Rubi how tough she is. Is refusing medical treatment some sort of weird power play to get promoted to second stew? (Also, just so we’re clear, no Elizabeth, UTIs are not contagious.)
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance was entertaining, to say the least. There was everything from forced wedding dates, ultimatums and the lives of the desperate and delusional. I think I shook my head for most of the episode. But as an avid watcher of the show, nothing that happens with the cast truly surprises me at this point.
In Belize, Stephanie tests Ryan. Natalie faces Mike’s mom. Julia gives Brandon an ultimatum. Jovi‘s drinking interrupts Yara‘s big news. Andrew has another idea to get Amira into the US. Let’s get straight to the 90 Day Fiance recap!
Someone please tell the producers of The Real Housewives of Atlanta to get their act together. Has there ever been a season of Atlanta this boring before? They’re even cutting out dramatic scenes that they advertised? What’s up with that? We all know the women are going on a trip to Charleston, so the potential for drama is there. Group scenes are key to a successful season, and this season has been lacking in that. FINALLY, the group will be all together.
With the entire group finally about to be in the same place, the true dynamics can finally begin. There’s been a few little side feuds so far, but now allegiances will be formed. Sides will be chosen. Kenya Moore is trying her hardest to stir the pot, but nobody is taking the bait. The biggest thing looming within the group is the upcoming StripperGate drama. In what ways will an alleged night with the stripper change the course of this season?
High stakes are in play right now for so many Life After Lockup couples. Shawn’s still on the hook for $50,000 if Destinie doesn’t show up to court. She’s a known flight risk. She’s already packed her bags and ran from him. All of that together is not a good sign for his financial future. Also, Andrea Edwards & Lamar Jackson have faced many challenges in their marriage, but will forcing their daughter to keep secret be what finally tears them apart?
Scott Bradshaw clearly bit off more than he could chew with Lindsey Downs. She’s not sugar and spice by any means, and he’s learning that. The way she’s destroying all of his belongings is so childish and immature, and he is totally trapped. There’s nothing he can do to neutralize her right now. What can she possibly do to him next? I’m afraid we are about to find out, and it won’t be pretty.
This season of Southern Charm is finally coming to an end, and there’s so much left to be discussed. Leva Bonaparte’s crusade to cancel Kathryn Dennis is in full swing, and it’s gaining steam. As of now, Kathryn’s already on the outs with both Danni Baird and Madison LeCroy. Plus after last week’s episode, Craig Conover might be ready to turn his back on her as well. It’s all coming to a head, and we will see how well Kathryn stands her ground.
Shep Rose & John Pringle may have had the best intention when planning this party, but it’s going downhill fast. Everyone has something to get off their chest, and all roads of course lead back to Madison & Austen Kroll. No matter what else happens, these two manage to make it out themselves. Madison’s attempts to draw the attention of Austen have been ignored thus far, but will that last? In this group, peace doesn’t stick around too long.
Who wants to go to Vegas? That’s right, it’s time for The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City cast trip! First season vacays tend to be smaller, more localized affairs. (For reference, think Bethany Beach on RHOP or Austin on RHOD.) But given the history of Housewives in Vegas, I’ve got a good feeling about this one. And though it may not be far from the mountain of SLC, it’s also hitting me that this was the last cast trip ever filmed before life changed as we know it. Crazy, huh?
But first, we have some table-setting and housekeeping to do before we can pack up and head to the city of sin. It’s been a few weeks since we’ve seen Whitney Rose‘s family drama. So it’s the perfect time for her to organize a dinner with her dad and two siblings who are estranged from him. After he fell into his addiction, Whitney was really the only one in her family to stick by her dad. She and her husband supported him, paid for his rehab and did everything they could to get him back on track. Some of her siblings, on the other hand, kept their distance.