It’s a new year; so what better way to celebrate than by honoring the greatest Bravo celebrities, moments, and shows of 2012? Behold the 1st Annual Crappy Awards! Hosted by Ronnie Karam (TVgasm.com), Matt Whitfield (Yahoo! TV), and Ben Mandelker (bsideblog.com), the show hands out awards in a variety of categories including Best Old Person, Worst Bravolebrity, and Best Entrepreneurial Endeavor. Plus, all sorts of special guests stop by, making this one of the most impressive award shows of year! Come take a listen and see if any of your favorites win!
This week’s very special holiday Watch What Crappens centered around the finale and reunion of Real Housewives of Miami and Reza’s obsession with being an awful pit obsessed gay that’s mean to fat friends. Come on in!
Once again we have so much to talk about on “Watch What Crappens.” Ronnie Karam (TVgasm.com), Matt Whitfield (Yahoo! TV), and Ben Mandelker (bsideblog.com) take on The Morally Corrupt Faye Resnick as well as all the other ladies of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Then it’s off to the “heifahs” of “Atlanta” for some Anguilla catfights. Next, we look at Reza and MJ’s disintegrating friendship on “Shahs of Sunset” and finally the penultimate episode of “Real Housewives of Miami.” We then wrap things up with some “Top Chef: Seattle” rants and of course talk of our favorite designers on “Million Dollar Decorators.” Come listen!
In Episode 51 of Watch What Crappens, we continue our Golden Anniversary celebration with talk of GG’s crazy ass on Shahs of Sunset, the sad low ratings of Million Dollar Decorators, and the insane Kenya of RHOA. Come on in!!
This week on Watch What Crappens, Ben Mandelker (bsideblog.com), Matt Whitfield (Yahoo! TV), and Ronnie Karam (TVgasm.com) tackle more shows than ever before. We get down and dirty with Top Chef, Flipping Out, Million Dollar Decorators, Shahs of Sunset, Watch What Happens, and the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Atlanta, and Miami. Plus, scoop on the Shahs’ premiere party in Beverly Hills. It’s a supersized episode. Come listen!
The Watch @WhatCrappens Podcast will be having a Shahs of Sunset viewing party tonight, sponsored by Bravo (yay!), and we’ll be live tweeting the show! We’ll be online a bit before 7 PM Eastern time, and to join in the fun you can follow the hashtag #shahswwc from @TVgasm and @bsideblog on Twitter. Our posts will pop up in the window below, and we’d love for you to join in! The more the merrier! Just don’t forget to hashtag all your posts with #shahswwc so they show up below.
Ladies, I know you’re lining up to have Reza from Shahs of Sunset be your main gay. But please know that he has many stipulations before he takes on a new bestie. Some of them I can get behind, but his hatred of cheap food (specifically menus that “end in 99”) means that he’ll never enjoy the sublime flavors of Taco Tuesday at El 7 Mares in Silver Lake (which I partook of today). ‘Tis a shame.
The Shahs of Sunset has not pulled in stellar ratings, which is too bad because the show is almost impossibly addictive. These characters — all disaster, all appealing — scream and yell their way through an episode like unruly drunkards, which is quite possibly what they are. So far, there hasn’t been much on screen to dispute some of the reigning negative stereotypes of Persians in Los Angeles, but that’s okay. I’m sure there’ll be something somewhere that will cause us to think “Hey, I really need to reexamine my terrible stereotypes.” Oh, who am I kidding? This is Bravo. Without stereotypes, we wouldn’t have a network.
It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for another episode of Watch What Crappens. This week, Ronnie, Matt, and I get all hot and bothered over the latest episode of Shahs of Sunset, which features the gang somehow making Vegas more tackier than it is. Then it’s off to Atlanta to discuss gunfire at Derek J’s salon as well as a heated argument over Kandi Burruss and her alleged talent. Finally, we check in on Bunco night in the OC and give our thumbs up to Jeff Lewis’s new show. Come listen!
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