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'The Real Housewives of DC' Reunion Part 2

As threatened at the end of Part 1, Tareq Salahi comes out on his own to talk to Andy Cohen and the Real Housewives of DC. Tareq thinks it's shameful that they don't believe that Michaele has MS, which is SO last week we're over it. Then he accused Lynda of being "obsessed" with Michaele! What a Regina George thing to say. And the lies continue, they didn't pay for Paul Wharton's party and claim to have donated wine but the venue said they didn't get any wine. Then they never provided Stacie with a line of credit or anything. SO crazy. Then the house they were in for their audition video wasn't even theirs! What! And Michaele accuses Cat of living in Lynda's basement. It's such craziness and can never be reconciled because the Salahis are . . . pathological liars? Whatever they are, it's creepy. Andy Cohen said it best: "I don't think we're getting anywhere." So then   all   the husbands came out (and no ex-husbands). So it must be time to talk about Tareq's accusation of Lolly stealing a car for a "joy ride" at the polo cup. And it's another facebook argument. But after all that cacophony, it's time to answer the big question: did they or didn't they sneak in to all those parties? I have a feeling we won't get an answer.  To Read More  Click Here.

The Real Housewives of D.C. ''Reunion Part 1'' Review

So tonight was the Real Housewives of D.C. Reunion, but the only shocking thing that came out tonight was that this was the first part of a two-part reunion! Seriously. My mouth hit the floor at this revelation. Not saying that we didn't get other  revelations , but the hour mostly dealt with Michaele's lying, the  Is Cat a racist?  mess (she's not and I never thought she was), Stacie's search for her birth father, and other miscellaneous tidbits that were tossed around with enough bickering to fill a thimble. I do know one thing for sure: Andy Cohen didn't have to worry about being tossed like a wet tissue, but might've wanted to be after spending nine-plus hours with Michaele Salahi in his ear. To Read More  Click Here .

'The Real Housewives of DC' Reunion Part 1 Review

I'm so ready for the Real Housewives of DC reunion. Michaele might actually crack that plastic face into a frown, Lynda calls Michaele's MS "BS," and its just getting crazier. First of all, Mary and Lynda are registered Republicans (wha?), and Stacie and Michaele are Democrats. I'm so confused. But let's talk about MS. Michaele says she came out with it to get a jump on the media. She was "healthy" during filming and off steroids and this and that. I don't know if we can believe anything she says, though! Also, the other Housewives are rolling their eyes. I feel bad, I want to believe someone when they say they have MS . . . Lynda says, "MS are her initials and the rest is BS . . . it's a very serious disease and to use that in any way to promote fame or your book is very disturbing to me." Eeek I don't know! Lynda says doctors she's spoken to doubt it. And then Michaele made fun of Lynda blessing her house. This is still quite civil, but the most cutthroat we've seen the DC Housewives. Mary says she wants Michaele use it as a platform and Michaele says (in a Freudian slip?), "I already have for the last twelve of my lives." ACK! Yes, Michaele is delusional but I don't know about doubting a serious medical claim. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

The Real Housewives of D.C. ''Reunion Part 1'' Review

So tonight was the Real Housewives of D.C. Reunion, but the only shocking thing that came out tonight was that this was the first part of a two-part reunion! Seriously. My mouth hit the floor at this revelation. Not saying that we didn't get other revelations , but the hour mostly dealt with Michaele's lying, the Is Cat a racist?  mess (she's not and I never thought she was), Stacie's search for her birth father, and other miscellaneous tidbits that were tossed around with enough bickering to fill a thimble. I do know one thing for sure: Andy Cohen didn't have to worry about being tossed like a wet tissue, but might've wanted to be after spending nine-plus hours with Michaele Salahi in his ear. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

The Real Housewives of D.C. ''Party Politics'' Review Episode 9

Guilty? Or Not Guilty? That was the question that was woefully avoided during last night's Real Housewives of D.C. finale AND the Watch What Happens Live! After Show. The Salahis said that the truth would come out when the episode aired, and it did. They weren't invited to the White House, they didn't have an invite proving otherwise, and they are bona fide certifiable to the nearest institution that will commit them. After pouring over the emails that would allegedly clear them of any wrong doing, my unborn niece could see that they were never promised tickets to the State Dinner, but were offered to partake in the Arrival Ceremony IF even those tickets were available. The Salahis' argument was that they were invited to the State Dinner, which one email from Michelle Jones, who lost her job due to the mess, was closed for a long time. Or in Cat Ommanney's accurate phrase that will be shouted in next week's reunion show,  NFI - Not  Effing Invited!'' To Read More  Click Here .

The Real Housewives of D.C. ''Party Politics'' Review Episode 9

Guilty? Or Not Guilty? That was the question that was woefully avoided during last night's Real Housewives of D.C. finale AND the Watch What Happens Live! After Show. The Salahis said that the truth would come out when the episode aired, and it did. They weren't invited to the White House, they didn't have an invite proving otherwise, and they are bona fide certifiable to the nearest institution that will commit them. After pouring over the emails that would allegedly clear them of any wrong doing, my unborn niece could see that they were never promised tickets to the State Dinner, but were offered to partake in the Arrival Ceremony IF even those tickets were available. The Salahis' argument was that they were invited to the State Dinner, which one email from Michelle Jones, who lost her job due to the mess, was closed for a long time. Or in Cat Ommanney's accurate phrase that will be shouted in next week's reunion show, NFI - Not Effing Invited!'' To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Crash, Boom, Bang, the 'Real Housewives of DC' Season Finale

Last week was just a tease as Michaele put on the infamous red sari and "couldn't find" the invitation to the White House State Dinner. This week it's happening! It's not very often a Housewife has a scandal before she's even a Real Housewife, so knowing what's about to happen and watching it unfold is very exciting. It's even more exciting that this episode is happening Law & Order style! Bum-bum! The Event The Salahis are in the limo and it really doesn't seem too suspect; Tareq's no more shifty-eyed than normal, that is. So they arrive and a blurry-faced lady checks them at the gate. She doesn't find their names on the list, and sends them off to wait saying, "You can go ahead and stand down there and I'll have them figure it out." This woman shirking her obligation resulted in a big time fiasco. So the Salahis are at home (or in a hotel) relaxing somewhere, reflecting on their fun times with the people who were invited and looking at their pictures. Then Tareq reveals that there's "gossip" going around that they weren't invited to the State Dinner. Still, they're all smiles. Creepy, weird, plastic smiles. They got what they wanted! BUM-BUM! To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

The Real Housewives of D.C. 1.08 ''Nation Building'' Review

Oh, boy. Tonight's Real Housewives of D.C. ushered us to the event that we have been waiting for all season long, which is the infamous White House Gatecrashing incident featuring Michaele and Tareq Salahi and the red sari (which has become an icon on its own). While the Salahis' prepped for that event, which seemed like the entire episode, the other D.C. Housewives had their own drama. Well, it was makeshift drama, but drama nonetheless. Are You My Daddy? Stacie went ahead with the ill conceived plan of Jason's to contact her birth mother's son on Facebook, which I think is just wild. I mean, think about getting an email from someone claiming to be a long lost sibling. That has to be one hell of a friend request. To Read More  Click Here .

'The Real Housewives of DC' are International and Uninvited

At the beginning of this episode, Lynda is actually doing some work instead of lamenting about her new house or talking about being from the South. Meanwhile, Stacie is still looking for her birth father's identity . . . on Facebook. Lynda, Mary, and Cat meet for a casual lunch but the conversation soon turns to Michaele and her LIES. She was not a Redskins cheerleader, or a model with Lynda's agency (or any agency?). It's also still unclear where their money is coming from. Lynda says she is "very disturbed" and predicts that "the best is yet to come." Oooooh, foreshadowing! Michaele and Tareq have (singlehandedly, I presume) been working on America's relationship with India through polo. I think. I never really know what they're saying. BUT they totally love India and Michaele learned how to wrap a sari there. Bottom line: the State Dinner is very "significant" for the Salahis. My brain explodeth with foreshadowing. To Read More  Click Here .

'The Real Housewives of DC' are International and Uninvited

At the beginning of this episode, Lynda is actually doing some work instead of lamenting about her new house or talking about being from the South. Meanwhile, Stacie is still looking for her birth father's identity . . . on Facebook. Lynda, Mary, and Cat meet for a casual lunch but the conversation soon turns to Michaele and her LIES. She was not a Redskins cheerleader, or a model with Lynda's agency (or any agency?). It's also still unclear where their money is coming from. Lynda says she is "very disturbed" and predicts that "the best is yet to come." Oooooh, foreshadowing! Michaele and Tareq have (singlehandedly, I presume) been working on America's relationship with India through polo. I think. I never really know what they're saying. BUT they totally love India and Michaele learned how to wrap a sari there. Bottom line: the State Dinner is very "significant" for the Salahis. My brain explodeth with foreshadowing. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now