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Eat, Drink, Love: Another Stupid Bravo Show I Like

13 Sep

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I’ve never smoked crack (I don’t even know proper drug lingo – do you smoke crack? Is there something else you can do with it? Can you cook it and put it in pie? Would that be called, like, Grandma’s Old Timey Apple Baked Crack?), but I would assume that if I did, it would feel like I’m watching a marathon of Real Housewives, Top Chef, and every other mindless Bravo television show out there. I don’t know if you see what I’m trying to do here, but I’m comparing the crap I watch on Bravo to crack cocaine addiction.* I have a problem and I don’t really care where I get my next hit from – it could be a nice Real Housewives spin-off like Bethany Getting Married? or it could be a good old Inside the Actors Studio. It really doesn’t matter, as long as it meets the following criteria:

1.) It’s narcissistic.

2.) There are some pretty things to look at.

3.) There is a strong east coast and/or west coast accent involved.

4.) It appears when I turn on my television.

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Real Housewives of New York City is Back!

29 Jul

I watch a lot of “Real Housewives.” I have never tried to hide this. For some reason, though, I only like certain casts. My favorite, hands down, is “Real Housewives of New Jersey.” What I used to like about it is that they were all so close and Caroline Manzo was the matriarch that brought them all together to hate that hussy Danielle, and it was so nice.

“Uh uh, Danielle. My family is thick as thieves.”

Now they’re all fighting with Teresa and that makes me a little sad. But this cast is just a little more real than all the other housewives (yes, I actually wrote that sentence and am not deleting it), so they remain my favorite. I like OC okay, and Atlanta from time to time. “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” must have been a little too real for me because I watched one episode and felt uncomfortable and had to turn it off. Do you ever get that gross, dead feeling inside after you’ve watched a reality show? I get it constantly. But I choose to ignore it 98% of the time. This show was part of the 2% that made me turn it off.

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