Check it out, guys. I just taped another episode of Housewife Hoedown with the inimitable Flipit from TVgasm. Not only did we chat about THE DINNER PARTY FROM HELL but also the Atlanta reunion AND our impressions of the Miami cast, with whom we had just chatted on a conference call. Lots of cool banter yet again, and plenty of questions from online and the phone.
In case you missed today’s episode of Off Script, I was once again joined by TVgasm’s Flipit (a.k.a. Ronnie Karam) as we talked about the upcoming premiere of Real Housewives of Miami as well as the season finale of Atlanta and the reunion for Beverly Hills. We also devote a significant amount of time railing on Cedric, as well as many others. Be sure to check it out, and tune in next Wednesday at 12:30 PST for the next episode. You can watch it live at http://talkmedianetworks.com/live/ and even call in!
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills aired part one of its reunion special last week, and there were plenty of flare ups for us all to enjoy. Camille and Kyle got into it, and so did Kim and Taylor, but I get the feeling that Bravo is saving the real fireworks for tonight when part II of the reunion finally airs. I can’t wait to see all the girls break down in tears, not to mention the revelation of who Ken has been speaking about in all the previews. Cedric? The guy at the Polo Lounge that punched his buddy? I’m just so darn curious.
Nevertheless, Bravo failed to post any pics from the reunion; so I was once again forced to be creative by using knickknacks I’d found nearby. My dramatic recreation after the jump…
So have we caught our breath? I only caught mine now, and it’s been many hours. I’m talking, of course, to my reaction to last night’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which featured an epic dinner party marked by fighting, boozing, and oodles of personal attacks. As Real Housewives dinner imbroglios go, this one was a doozy, perhaps only trumped by Kelly Bensimon’s notorious dinner party meltdown on “Scary Island.” I’m happy to say the event lived up to the hype.