It’s reunion time! And the Real Housewives of Orange County are gathered for a safe, socially distanced sit-down at L.A.’s historic Wilshire Ebell Theatre. The ladies dressed in their best red, white and black, and they’re ready to do battle. Can you guys believe this is the fifteenth time we’ve done this in Orange County? We’ve certainly come a long way from watching clips from the season on a rolling TV in Vicki Gunvalson‘s grotto sans Andy Cohen. And also Kimberly Bryant. Remember her?
Let’s talk about the Real Housewives of Orange County reunion fashion, yes? The color palette doesn’t seem to have a definitive theme and the looks are…varied. To say the least. My personal vote for best of the bunch goes to Emily Simpson for her va-va-voom burgundy gown. It’s a fab update on the red velvet wrap dress she wore at the Season 14 reunion, which also happened to be my favorite look that year. (Em sure tends to turn it out come reunion time, doesn’t she?) It seems she knows red’s her color, and she looks better than ever.
After episodes of flowery introductions to the new cast, Married At First Sight is finally getting down to the nitty gritty. This week we get to witness the weddings of three of the couples and a teaser for a fourth. When one of the grooms’ first words are “oh shit” after seeing his bride from afar, it doesn’t bode well for a budding relationship.
Excitement is in the air and emotions run high as the wedding day jitters begins. One bride has a panic attack, before she walks down the aisle. The chemistry is immediate for some Married At First Sight participants. Others may be wondering if they made the right decision. From the looks of things, this season is definitely going to be interesting. Well, it’s too late to panic now. We the viewers have lives to judge a show to watch. Let’s get straight into the Married At First Sight recap!
Tiffany Moon hasn’t wasted any time sharing her culture with the ladies. The Real Housewives of Dallas are out of their comfort zone more than ever before. We’re actually about to have a full on feud over the refusal to consume a chicken foot. Kameron Westcott may have the palate of a third grader, but who is Tiffany to berate her for that? Tiffany is bringing some rich vibes this season, but at what point does that turn to snotty?
Now that the group is moving on from the Brandi Redmond racist video mocking Asians, the future is becoming clearer. There’s obviously something brewing between Kary Brittingham & D’Andra Simmons. Who claims to be someone’s friend and then berates them the way Kary did to her on last week’s episode of Real Housewives of Dallas. A small amount of playful teasing is one thing. However, Kary is coming off like a bully. Will D’Andra hold her accountable?
Welcome back to Below Deck, where Hurricane Hargrove has made landfall in Antigua. That’s right, Chef Rachel Hargrove‘s drunken rampage on the crew’s day off isn’t over yet. At the end of last week’s episode, the polarizing chef was last seen demanding the house band bust out their best Patsy Cline. Well, that or some “nasty ass music.” Needless to say, the entire crew is mortified. And not even Francesca Rubi‘s prodding can get her off the stage.
Eddie Lucas is so embarrassed that he simply walks away. As in physically removes himself from the situation to not be associated with his least favorite co-worker. Eventually, Izzy Wouters joins Francesca, and the two manage to coax Rachel back to the audience. Where she promptly crashes, falling asleep without a care in the world. But the damage is done. Rachel’s off-charter behavior is way past being a problem. And it’s about to get worse.
Last night’s episode of 90 Day Fiance was full of drama. There was a healthy portion of disappointment with a side of delusion. It seems like every episode these people get more and more ridiculous. Just when you think things can’t get any worse, some members of the 90 Day Fiance cast find a way to top their last exploit.
A wild night gets Brandon and Julia into trouble. Zied‘s first night doesn’t go as planned. Mike Youngquist feels insulted by Natalie. Yara worries she might be pregnant. Amira is released from custody. Hazel Cagalitan finds out Tarik Myers has been texting their ex. Let’s get straight to the 90 Day Fiance recap!
Welcome to another week of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta: Cynthia Bailey’s Wedding Edition. It’s starting to feel like this wedding is going to drag out all season. Between that and the lack of group scenes, this is a season on the verge of flopping. Thankfully Kenya Moore is working overtime to deliver the shade because if she wasn’t, what else would be going on? That’s a serious question. It’s cute that everyone is getting along, but SNOOZE.
Cynthia has a tall task ahead of her this week. She’s going to summon up the courage to tell her mother she’s inviting her alleged abusive father to her wedding. That’ll surely go over like a lead balloon. I’m sure her mother’s going to be thrilled with the prospect of seeing the man who hurt her so deeply at the wedding. It’s Cynthia’s big day, but is her mother going to find that to be a justifiable enough excuse?
This season of Life After Lockup is taking lies and deception to a whole new level. Shawn has learned the hard way not to trust anyone. Destinie’s on the run with his credit card and at risk of costing him $50,000. At what point do you realize you made a big mistake by trusting this woman? Let’s hope he can finally locate her and ensure she makes it to court on time. If not, this is going to be quite the costly blow to his family’s financial future.
However, nobody from this Life After Lockup season is full of more lies than the duo of Scott & Lindsey. She’s been planning on having her female lover live in their driveway, so they can fornicate behind his bad. If that wasn’t wild enough, Scott evidently has an affinity for prostitutes. Is that why he’s so broke? None of his claims about being wealthy are true whatsoever. In fact, he’s drowning in debt. WHAT A MESS FOLKS!
After the beach party from hell, it’ll be curious to see where the cast of Southern Charm goes from here. To say there’s tension in the group is the understatement of a lifetime. All eyes are on Kathryn Dennis because half of the cast has a bone to pick with her. Not the guys though which is evidently a whole other problem if you ask Leva Bonaparte. Besides Leva & Danni Baird washing their hands of her, Madison LeCroy has an issue too!
Speaking of Madison, the cycle between her and Austen Kroll is too much. They’re horrible for each other, and do nothing but continue to bring out the worst. Everyone wants it to be over. Their personal problems spill over into the group way too often. On last week’s episode of Southern Charm, a fight between Leva & Kathryn became about Austen & Madison. That’s a problem. Can they actually stay away from each other this week?