Every episode of Real Housewives Of Dallas is like a game of Fast and Furious – it’s action-packed, moves like a designer-dressed ninja squad (or Mean Girls the never grown up years) and by the end of the day they’re all friends and wearing monogrammed pajamas. At least no K-Cups were harmed in the making of this episode; baby kangaroos on the other hand…
Stephanie Hollman decided that after these girls smashed heavy artillery and saw what it was like to work for a living – I mean, can Jesus fix a broken nail?! – they all need a recuperating spa day. Also, she hopes to smash back down any bad feelings which popped up in their therapeutic bashing session.
I mean, nice idea, Stephanie but there’s no way Brandi Redmond is forgetting how LeeAnne Locken and Kameron Westcott called her a bad influence and warned D’Andra Simmons away from her. Besides, all that “talk” started at the rodeo with LeeAnne having a little pep talk with Kameron about the type of gal Brandi is!
Instead of writing a summary blog, LeeAnne basically did a live recap of the entire episode. We’ll pare it way, way, way down for you! She starts off with a dig at D’Andra Simmons, “Welcome back to Dallas where we will now begin calling it Double Standard Dallas because of Double Standard D’Andra Simmons!”
Most of the time, it’s entertaining when Housewives argue with each other. The demise of D’Andra Simmons and LeeAnne Locken’sfriendship is just not one of those times. It’s clear that these two are not on good terms at all these days and that their drama goes way beyond filming The Real Housewives of Dallas.
D’Andra joined the show as LeeAnne’s best friend during Season 2, but it’s clear that these two will be arguing with each other from opposing couches when they film the Season 3 reunion…. unless there’s some sort of miracle.
Then D’Andra had another on-camera conversation with the entire Real Housewives of Dallas cast about having $200 in “one of her bank accounts.” Why would Cary and D’Andra bring this up on camera if they wanted to keep it private? Are they just trying to “keep it real” and show the viewers everything that was going on at that time? Or is it for the sake of a storyline? The jury is still out on that one.
On this week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Dallas, D’Andra Simmons was in a vulnerable state after leaving her mom’s company and sharing her fears of going broke and losing friends. She reflected on that in her newest blog and had some words of thanks for Cary Deuber, but some not-so-thankful things to say about LeeAnne Locken‘s lack of support.
D’Andra explains how hard it was to leave the security of her mom’s company after 14 years and start over from nothing. “If I had prepared for this exit, I would have not had a problem at all, but I didn’t see it coming…and when I did, I didn’t see it coming like this… ground zero.”
Now D’Andra getting closer with LeeAnne’s longtime enemy Brandi Redmondand while LeeAnne is finally developing friendships with her previous foes Stephanie Hollman and Cary Deuber. A lot really can change in between seasons. Maybe these ladies should just film the show all year long? It seems like the dynamics have shifted so much in between Season 2 and Season 3.
On last night’s Real Housewives Of Dallas, the ladies smashed each other, bashed each other, and then walked on broken glass with each other’s feelings.
I don’t know what kind of therapist LeeAnne Locken is seeing, but apparently, anything to avoid actual therapy. She’s gone from massaging her amygdala and zapping it with zen, to slamming a sledgehammer into a mirror while fake crying about how she will not let anger destroy very real friendships with very fake friends.
The only misconception that got smashed real good though t’was the idea that LeeAnne is truly friends with D’Andra Simmons. Lord – these two are more wrecked than a dressing room after a debutante ball!
She did pop up toward the end to catch up with Brandi Redmond about everything that went down in her absence, which didn’t seem like much, but the wheels were in motion for a major switch up in cast dynamics. D’Andra Simmons joined the show as LeeAnne Locken’sbest friend. To put it mildly, LeeAnne and Brandi have had an up and down relationship over the years, so there was pretty much no chance D’Andra and Brandi would hit it off right away. They didn’t even start out this season on good terms- at all- after D’Andra (allegedly) alluded to Brandi using Adderall in a podcast interview. Now, these two are turning up and laughing at the rodeo- much to LeeAnne’s annoyance since her own relationship with D’Andra is hanging on by a thread.