Last night’s Real Housewives Of Dallas was all about family dramas. Isn’t it always? I mean, about the only thing that happens on this show anymore is LeeAnne Locken complaining about her mother. D’Andra Simmons complaining about her mother. And Brandi Redmond complaining about being a mother. Oh, ha – something different did happen last night: LeeAnne almost got married.
It’s one week before LeeAnne’s big day and she finally unveils the free wedding dress she conned out of a couture designer. Kameron Westcott and Stephanie Hollman attend the final fitting, becuase why NOT have another momentous event/part to celebrate LeeAnne’s slow crawl to Mrs?
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.
The drama is heating up on Real Housewives of Dallas Season 4. And, yes, it all comes back to LeeAnne Locken. But at least this time it’s not all about the wedding. She is still feuding with both D’Andra Simmons and Kary Brittingham. Even Kameron Westcott’s loyalty wavers as she gets close to Kary, much to LeeAnne’s chagrin.
Oh, and there are some racism accusations… Yeah, who saw that one coming? Not me.
Real Housewives Of Dallas continues to argue about etiquette that clearly doesn’t exist. Mainly because the person appointed judge and jury of how to behave and why has an obvious blind-eye towards one of the main perpetrators. I’m looking at YOU, Kameron Westcott.
Why are dinosaurs so closely linked to Real Housewives Of Dallas this season? Is this foreshadowing an extinction of friendships, social hierarchies, and trust funds?!
Maybe the first bad omen was the death of one, inappropriately named, bunny. Leave it to Brandi Redmond to throw a funeral for a deceased bunny she has been storing (wrapped in towels and tucked into a [hopefully clean] litter box), in her chest freezer. FOR SIX MONTHS. I think this beat Sonja Morgan, hoarder queeneth extraordinaire’s record. Brandi’s been trying to decide if she wants to bury Bun-Bun or taxidermy him. (You know LeeAnne Locken plans to have a taxidermied bust made of her 30-year-old face with changing weave capabilities once she passes).
Tonight is the night where everyone on Real Housewives Of Dallas officially recaches the apex of exhaustion with all the demands related to LeeAnne Locken‘s wedding.
It’s finally Kameron Westcott‘s turn to host an event for LeeAnne, and after her years of nodding and smiling to all of LeeAnne’s cray, Kam is rewarded by getting to throw the exalted couples shower! Squeeeeeeeee!!! Unfortunately, a scheduling conflict sends some of the ladies backing out last minute – no call; no show!
I don’t know what is going on with Real Housewives Of Dallas, but the prevailing theme this year seems to be how LeeAnne Locken deals with her ghosts, vs. how everyone else deals with their ghosts. Last night LeeAnne, once again, tangled with Kary Brittingham over the past, who had it worse and who handles it better – and that past includes what to do with the problem of D’Andra Simmons.
LeeAnne’s nonstop wedding festivities are taking a toll on everyone, that’s for sure!
In between partying and being a Real Housewife, Brandi Redmond finds time to be an actual housewife by taking her girls to cheerleading practice. Brooklyn and Brinkley have a try-out coming up. They get gymnastics lessons and one-on-one coaching. In contrast, Brandi recalls how she taught herself back walkovers by throwing herself over the hill near her trailer park.
You can always count on Real Housewives Of Dallas to go someplace whacky and completely unexpected, and tonight is no exception when they go ghost hunting. Literally they like enter the Blair Witch Project. But I think the struggle is finding out who are the real witches: the Housewives or the actual ghosts.
Right on the heels of her lingerie shower comes another event for LeeAnne Locken‘s wedding when she celebrates her bachelorette with a PG stripper that even Kameron Westcott isn’t too repulsed by.
I don’t know about you, but I felt so uncomfortable watching Kameron Westcott and Stephanie Hollman argue on Real Housewives of Dallas last week. After a pep talk from Travis Hollman, Stephanie was prepared to move their friendship forward with an honest conversation. Instead, it just didn’t seem like Kameron was listening. She claimed that she was “attacked”…. by Stephanie of all people. Stephanie couldn’t attack a Housewife even if she tried.
On the previous episode, Stephanie felt guilty that she didn’t stand up for Brandi Redmond, her best friend of a decade, when Kameron called her “trash.” Again. Stephanie also felt slighted when Kameron strongly implied that Stephanie wasn’t a good friend and judged her for living in the wealthy part of Dallas. Earth to Kameron, Stephanie has money too. And lots of it. Meanwhile, Stephanie went out of the way to bond with Kameron and they even started working out together just the two of them. Usually, Real Housewives use each other’s milestone events to look for fights and get more camera time. However, this time, it didn’t seem like that was Stephanie’s intention. Nevertheless, she ended up crying at LeeAnne Locken’s lingerie shower (which I still can’t get over being an actual thing that people do), trying to hold it in to not disrupt the party.