Real Housewives of New York star Tinsley Mortimer has been off-and on-again
a million many times with Coupon King Scott Kluth. After spending about a year apart, the duo once again decided to give it another try in October. Again.
RHONY viewers know that all Tinsley wants is a wealthy husband who is ready to fertilize her frozen eggs. Tinsley really wants to be a mom. But given all the drama in this relationship, who would have bet that Scott would commit to Tinsley? Complicating matters is the fact that Scott lives in Chicago, and Tinsley is a New York Housewife.
The latest episode of 90 Day Fiance has us at an impasse, much like our couples. Between the constant red flags, lack of communication and awkward confessionals, I left this 90 Day Fiance episode feeling like none of these couples should be together, let alone be on the marriage fast-track. We also get to meet a brand new couple, who have about as much chemistry as two people using a translator app to flirt.
Michael introduces Juliana to his ex-wife, Sarah, and while it seems promising, even Max and Cece couldn’t break the tension with their cuteness. Robert and Anny continue to bicker their way through car rides and restaurants. Anny barely makes it through a meeting with Bryson’s grandparents without clawing their faces off. Farmer Mike and Natalie reunite in Ukraine. Aside from the crippling credit card debt Mike is hiding, they are really the only couple I like and am rooting for. Anna Campisi and Mursel Mistanoglu continue to not communicate their way through life and even their mutual love of
nerdiness beekeeping can’t bring them together.At least we didn’t have to sit through all the uncomfortable conversations in front of her kids.
Tania Too Hype and Syngin….oh man, where do I even start? Too Hype really lived up to her name this episode when poor Syngin found out the Shed of Dreams was really a nightmare. Finally, we got to meet our latest
disaster couple, Blake and Jasmine, who has definitely come to the U.S. for Blake (snort) and not her sister who just so happens to live 10 minutes away.
Real Housewives of Orange County resident potty mouth Kelly Dodd is throwing some serious shade at fellow housewife Tamra Judge.
And despite not being a full-time housewife this season, OG Vicki Gunvalson aka the friend, is in the middle of it all. Which also happens to be her favorite place to be.
After 300,43,000 pre-wedding events on Real Housewives Of Dallas the day LeeAnne Locken marries Rich Emberlin has finally arrived. And now the Dallas social scene can breath easy without fear that LeeAnne will be chasing them down, coming to collect on favors she did in 1987 to extort free wedding goods and services.
Needless to say, this wedding did not get here fast enough. Despite her issues with LeeAnne, Kary Brittingham decides to put things behind them and attend the big day. Which is more than can be said for LeeAnne’s own family members who don’t seem to be making an appearance.
There are a lot of clout chasers in the reality TV world… and attempting to be a part of the reality TV world. Add Meghan Markle’s best friend Jessica Mulroney to the list. She now has her own reality TV show. The Meghan Effect is a very really thing, people. Love her or hate her, it really is.
What qualifies Jessica for this? Being Meghan’s best friend, obviously. I would love to know how the Duchess of Sussex feels about this one. Is she like Vince from Entourage, happy to bring everyone up with her as her star rises? Or does she feel like she’s being exploited by one more person as if her bad-mouthing half sister and thirsty father haven’t done enough?
Watching last night’s Real Housewives Of Orange County was like getting hit by the Kelly Dodd train. Her emotions were all over the place. I’m not sure if I blame the drinks or the desert, but all’s well that … Well, I don’t want to say “end,” so, “pauses(?) well,” because Kelly and Vicki Gunvalson have forged peace! Tequila for all!
The episode opens with amazing flashbacks. Like I’m watching a Dateline 48 Hours mystery, which is hilarious, because the backwards clock makes me realize it has only been TWENTY-FOUR hours.
What’s even more amusing is that this is a day in the life cycle of Vicki Gunvalson: lie, deny, blame, repeat… Vicki is angry at Kelly for lashing out at her, but Vicki continuously pokes the beehive with her witchy acrylic nail, then cries cancer when she gets stung.
Ben Robinson is the self-proclaimed “crossover dude” on Below Deck. Ben was a part of the original cast and series, and also appeared on Below Deck Mediterranean. He has not only worked with all three captains, Lee Rosbach, Sandy Yawn, and Mark Howard, but also the Chief Stews that have become an integral part of their teams.
Kate Chastain and Hannah Ferrier are the leading ladies in their respective casts. And while Bravo has kept some fan favorites, most of the other crew are replaced. Ben was always a cast fixture, except for a few seasons where he chose to be on land with Emily-Warburton Adams. Now that Ben is back in the galley, it’s unsurprising that he is asked to compare Hannah and Kate.
Surprise, surprise, Vicki Gunvalson doesn’t like the new girl.
Over the past fourteen years, the OG of the OC has become famous for her unapologetic hazing of new cast members on The Real Housewives of Orange County, and it looks like Braunwyn Windham-Burke is no exception.