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Real Housewives Of Dallas Recap: Naked And Afraid

Here we are in Copenhagen again on Real Housewives Of Dallas and everyone is still fighting. And they’re also naked and afraid of LeeAnne Locken blackmailing them with videos of their “sunny side up titties” surfacing in the Baltic Sea. Um, sounds … grocer than pickled herring if you ask me!

LeeAnne upset Brandi Redmond (again). Then there were two: Kameron Westcott and D’Andra Simmons. Just when I thought soon there would soon only be 1 remaining after someone went down at the hands of a switchblade stiletto, D’Andra apologizes! Say what?!

Instagram Roundup: Melissa Gorga, Jill Zarin, Chelsea Meissner, DJ Pauly D, & More!

Why is it never recorded when Housewives from different shows hang out? The cast crossover would make for such a great show. No, I do not think there are “too many” Real Housewives shows. I would never ever think that. The more Housewives, the better.

Even though my ideal spin-off show does not exist, the Housewives do take lots of photos and videos when they get together. It is almost like we are watching an all stars edition of Real Housewives. No need to look through everyone’s accounts though. All the photos are in this week’s Instagram Roundup .

LeeAnne demands Rich set a date

The first two seasons of Real Housewives of Dallas centered around LeeAnne Locken’s beef with Brandi Redmond. In Season 3, LeeAnne’s ex-best friend D’Andra Simmons joined Brandi’s side and the two of them have argued with LeeAnne in almost every episode.

D’Andra questioned LeeAnne’s fiance’s fidelity. Brandi accused LeeAnne of being jealous of D’Andra. They both wondered if LeeAnne and Rich Emberlin were actually getting married, as if it was somehow offensive or remotely affected their lives. LeeAnne has called them both out for drinking and she even used the word “alcoholic” to describe Brandi. Needless to say, the reunion is bound to get messy. Then again, the past two seasons of this show have truly delivered so that’s not at all surprising.

Real Housewives Of Dallas Recap: No One Can Cope In Copenhagen

Whew! The ladies of Real Housewives Of Dallas know how to bring it home, do they not?! Also, I have to say I kinda like a screechy, raw, D’Andra Simmons. Classy she is not, but that bridge has already been burned and renamed in honor of Kameron Westcott.

Also, I don’t have a pantyliner on my underwear or a weave, but I’m beyond tired of The LeeAnne Locken And D’Andra Simmons Show.

Upon arriving D’Andra is cranky because she flew coach to try and prove that she’s a grownup. #FAIL On the shuttle to the hotel the champagne is already laid out and Brandi Redmond plans to spend this entire trip passive-aggressively acting like an alcoholic to teach LeeAnne a lesson. Good plan – I’m sure it won’t backfire at all! Brandi’s goal is to get so wasted at dinner she thinks LeeAnne will call her an alcoholic to her face so Brandi can confront her about the accusation, but D’Andra ruined everything! D’Andra always ruins everything according to Kameron, who actually always ruins everything.

LeeAnne talks to Mama Dee

This feud between LeeAnne Locken and D’Andra Simmons is a case of “she said, she said.” Yes, there are cameras recording most of the conversations, but there still seems to be a lot of missing and miscommunicated information. These two have a different version of the story when it comes to every plot point this season.

The Real Housewives of Dallas Season 3 reunion is shaping up to be a LeeAnne vs. D’Andra battle with some LeeAnne vs. Brandi Redmond thrown in as per the annual tradition. I can’t wait to see how Andy Cohen handles this sit down with the cast.

D'Andra Simmons

Has the feud between D’Andra Simmons and LeeAnne Locken gone from entertaining to exhausting? Or maybe that’s just me. First off, it’s tough to see a best friendship fall apart. Second, they just argue about poorly communicated sentiments week after week. I’m not in this group of friends, yet here I am exhausted watching this play out from the comfort of my own couch at home.

Even though I’m pretty much over this fight, D’Andra and LeeAnne have not become tired of shading each other. Now D’Andra is calling out LeeAnne’s new bestie Kameron Westcott for some hypocrisies as well. Can someone please tell me the root of this drama? There has been an undeniable tension between D’Andra and LeeAnne since the first episode of Season 3, yet no one said why. Instead they’ve just been picking at each other whenever possible and constantly escalating the drama between them.

Cary & Brandi

Alcoholic accusations are far from a novel storyline in the Real Housewives universe. At this point, this has been a plot line on almost every show. On Real Housewives of Dallas, LeeAnne Locken referred to Brandi Redmond as an “alcoholic” two episodes ago. This is bad enough enough, but there was also a possibility of greater repercussions since Brandi was in the middle of adopting her son Bruin.

Brandi isn’t the only one who has been questioned for drinking. LeeAnne also accused bestie-turned-enemy D’Andra Simmons of hitting the bottle too hard with Brandi. Would LeeAnne have these same “concerns” if D’Andra wasn’t getting close with Brandi, LeeAnne’s longtime rival?

Stephanie Hollman

Is LeeAnne Locken and D’Andra Simmons’ friendship over for good? At the beginning of Real Housewives of Dallas Season 3, it just seemed like the two were in the middle of a rough patch resulting from some miscommunications. Now it seems much worse than that.

D’Andra accused LeeAnne’s fiance Rich Emberlin of cheating on her and claimed that they “lived separate lives.LeeAnne accused D’Andra of “drinking too much” and being drunk at charity events. D’Andra did not show up to shop for LeeAnne’s wedding dress shopping trip during the last episode, but she claims that she wasn’t invited until the night before. There is just so much confusion, missteps, and shade between these two. In D’Andra’s absence, Stephanie Hollman did show up to help LeeAnne shop, which is not something anyone would have expected after watching the first two seasons.