Sometimes, a "Housewives" episode unfolds like a paper flower, each plot point the delicate petal of an elegant bloom. And sometimes, it’s 40 minutes of spinning that might as well be blank film reel until a juicy fight explodes and ...
It seems churlish to begin what should be a simple recap with gossip, scandal, and innuendo, but since all of the above came last night from the mouth of the network's Czar @BravoAndy on post-show rundown "Watch What Happens Live," it seems nigh irresponsible
Was it with a particularly ghoulish tongue in cheek that on Monday night, All Hallows Eve, Bravo producers chose to show us, for the first time, the show's real-life walking dead? I'm speaking, of course, of Taylor's now-departed husband Russell Armstrong, wh
You gotta love the Bev Housewives. No charity events, purse designing, or thread-trailing fashion lines for them this season. No, when the grueling work of ski vacations, lunching and cake-choosing is done, except for Adrienne and Lisa, they simply lie down an
Forget being a writer. I want to be an event planner, because I see now the job involves getting drunk on the libation of your choosing with rich people on their dime, launching a shoe line in which there is no need to showcase the shoes, and, apparently, not
A brief survey: Which is a worse faux pas? To choose gold over silver for a wedding table's place settings? To refuse a brief hit of Botox while your mother-in-law gets a touchup? Or to pitch a hissy fit worthy of Valley of the Dolls, The Women, Mommy Dearest,
Say what you will for Punta Cana, D.R. -- it’s no Lanai, Hawaii. But devoted viewers of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” could be forgiven for momentarily thinking they’d been beamed back into last season’s RHONJ getaway.
I packed your nylons for you. Let’s just leave that alone for a second. This season, I have been complaining ceaselessly about two things: 1) Every episode of RHOBH, and I mean EVERY, has been a fabulous party, jaunt, or repast, and 2) at these events, it has
Reality TV thrives on friction, but how much drama is too much? In the wake of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member Russell Armstrong’s suicide, the network was presented with an ethical quandary that would also test the limits of viewers’ interest i
Ken Vanderpump gets the best line of this "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" episode as he “agrees” to give away daughter Pandora to the beaming swain Jason in the couple’s splendiforous wedding, which comprises the triumphant finale of the show.
How does one attack the RHOBH three-part reunion? Does one nibble around it, like it's some overstuffed hamburger? Try simply to keep up, as with a quickly melting ice-cream cone? Come twenty minutes late to miss the previews?
When it comes to the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," the Ministry can't decide what it enjoys more -- the weekly saga of Botox, badmouthing and booze or the epic reunion special that provides all that mess. Exponentially. Bravo has ...