It feels like they have been teasing Ashton Pienaar’s fall on Below Deck forever. The viewers finally caught a glimpse at the moment during last episode, but it was at the very end. Of course, they hit us with a cliffhanger.
Thankfully, Ashton is OK, but the incident had a profound effect on the crew, even the normally unflappable Captain Lee Rosbach.
Now that Eva Marcille is a full-time cast member on Real Housewives of Atlanta, she is doing the most. In all honesty, she’s both overwhelming and underwhelming at the same time. Sure, she’s so shady, but it just feels so contrived. Her one-liners just don’t hit the mark like the barbs from more seasoned Housewives.
She’s just not a natural. Then again, who can be? Real Housewives has become a larger than life franchise. Even the people who don’t watch these shows are very much aware of it and some of the major storylines. It has to be tough to walk onto this show and “act natural.” Nevertheless, there have been plenty of rookie Housewives who slayed their first season. Eva just isn’t one of them.
Andy Cohen usually avoids picking sides at all costs. He stirs the pot here and there when it comes to the Bravolebrities, but getting emotionally invested is not a common occurrence. He admitted that there is one exception. On last night’s Watch What Happens Live, Andy told Jenni Pulos that he “hates” this fight with her and Jeff Lewis.
Andy disliking drama? Are pigs flying? Apparently so. Real Housewives of Orange County cast member Emily Simpson was also in the Bravo clubhouse- primarily to discuss Shannon Beador, as expected.