One Sentence Summary: It’s the curtain call for Kandi’s musical but will it be curtains for the ladies’ relationships?
She may say she has an inner Beyoncé… but methinks it’s more an inner Tony Manero
OK, so let’s pretend I have the time to catch myself back up on RHOA… no travel schedules, work schedules, no house work needing attention, no family crisis, no birthdays to manage. Yeah, while we’re at it, let’s also pretend I’m not hung-over by the aforementioned child’s birthday party followed by some day drinking at the club. Of course this will all be while Disney woodland creatures frolic and sing at my feet. Unfortunately friends we live in reality of schedules and this bitch is going to need to jump back in “we will now return to your regularly scheduled program already in progress” style. Thankfully these RHOA ladies are creatures of habit which means someone will be pissed at someone else, NeNe will roll her eyes, Porsha will treat her role in Kandi’s production like she would treat any form of a J-O-B, Kenya will attempt a twirl of some sort or liken herself to Beyoncé and Mamma Joyce is still going to have the stink eye for Todd. Seems like we’re caught up no?
Oh man, this is the finale? Man I’m in trouble!!
Posted in Housewives, Real Housewives of Atlanta
Tagged Bedroom Kandi, Bravo, Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, Mamma Joyce, NeNe Leakes, Phaedra Parks, Porsha Stewart, Real Housewives of Atlanta, Reality TV, RHOA, The Bailey Agency, Wine
One Sentence Summary: Carole is queen of the mermaids while Aviva faces her fears as the two battle it out for most fabulous… in their own minds.
Oh, it’s about to get real up in this hizzy, beotches.
Rachel: Can someone please explain to me why Carole insists on engaging Aviva? I really thought she was smarter than that. I mean the woman has more nuts stored away in that brain of hers than a squirrel ready for the winter, so why oh why would you bother trying to take that on? And all that happens is Carole devolves into a bitchy insult-slinger just like her friend Aviva. I was all kinds of proud of her for apologizing to LuAnn and then… meltdown. I actually get embarrassed for these ladies. I do. You’d think after all these years, I’d be immune, but I’m not. Their immature sniping and scene-causing still makes me uncomfortable. On the other hand, Heather telling Aviva’s friend, Amanda – who is clearly there to jockey for the next open slot on the show – to deck her is pure gold. I love when the Diddy Days come flooding back and Heather goes full ‘hood while wearing a $500 maxi-dress. Ah, if only Bitchy Von Attention Whore would really haul off and hit Heather. Not that I’m condoning violence… well, I am a little… But to see Heather take it to the mat just once would take that golden moment and elevate it to platinum. So, let’s see how this goes down (or doesn’t).
One Sentence Summary - Sarah’s divorce takes center stage, until Erika decides its her spotlight and she doesn’t want to share.
Rachel: Well, I will have to admit that I didn’t see the Sarah & Dallas divorce coming. I know the girls had been talking about how he wasn’t a great husband and Sarah was bummed he didn’t pay much attention to her during her show, but I assumed we’d have at least a few more episodes of drama and gossip before anything happened. I guess I’ve been indoctrinated into the Housewives way of editing. You know, where every story line is edited so you think there’s drama where there is none and then has to play out over 5 episodes… or seasons. Over here on TNT, they don’t mess around. Week 2 we found out Cassie was getting to keep her adopted daughter and Week 4, boom, divorce. I like how TNT rolls. I might have to start watching more shows. The point here, however, is that I was shocked by the news and actually really sad for Sarah. Broken hearts suck. You’re welcome for that news flash. But I do feel badly for the girl.
Spotlight’s On Me
Raul, Betty’s husband, is heading out on the road, which gives Betty time to work on her jewelry line. This way she will have her own identity and not just be Raul’s wife or Ana’s twin. Fascinating… What else you got for me tonight? Continue reading
Posted in Private Lives Of Nashville Wives
Tagged Ana Fernandez, Betty Malo, bryan white, Cassie Chapman, dallas davidson, Erika Page White, gary chapman, Jenny Terrell, nashville wives, raul malo, Reality TV, Sarah Davidson, Wine
One Sentence Summary: Carole and Aviva finally agree on something: they don’t like each other.
Wait, no one hates me. I’m confused.
Rachel: So yeah, it’s happened. I’ve rejoined the real world and gotten myself a day job. Well, I had a day job this whole time, but it was working for myself… at home… with no one paying attention to whether or not I took a Candy Crush break. But now, I have to set an alarm and it’s hard. But you probably already know this. And you probably have very little sympathy for me. OK, no sympathy for me. I don’t blame you. Anyway, the point of me telling you this is not to complain – I’m actually pretty happy – but to explain why it’s been pretty quiet over her at Two Winey Bitches. Once I’m back into the swing of things, I will get back up to speed. But please understand that if I’m behind or miss an episode, it’s because I chose to end the day in a bottle of wine and passed out before I could type anything. Trust me, it’s better that I don’t in that situation. OK, so… the RHONY. I’m still Team Carole and still want to beat Aviva about the head. That much has remained the same. We’ll see how the rest pans out…