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Real Housewives: The Salahis' of 'D.C.' Strike Again...

The Salahis' seem to eat, love, and pray for trouble… In last Thursday's episode of The Real Housewives of D.C. during Paul Wharton's birthday party, The Salahis' arrived at the gala with a police escort. Fellow D.C. Housewife Lynda Erkiletian, thought it was a bit much and I, as well as other viewers, thought the same thing. Well, it turns out that the Salahis' might have been the victims of the dreaded reality show editing room. CNN.com reports that the clip of the police cruiser arriving at Paul Wharton's party was 'incorrectly edited' into the final cut, giving the illusion that the Salahis' were escorted by the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department. The scene was brought to the attention of the MPD when a reporter saw the episode. A full investigation was launched into whether or not the Salahis' actually used an MPD escort, a service which is mostly reserved for more important people than reality stars. You know, someone like the President of the United States. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

On 'Real Housewives of D.C.,' Michaele and Lynda Fight About Being Too Skinny (VIDEO)

No one really saw this coming. When the 'Real Housewives' series started a couple of years ago, we didn't necessarily know that it would go on forever. But apparently, it will always continue, just moving to slightly different cities. ... What's next? 'The Real Housewives of Trenton'? 'The Real Housewives of Iowa'? Anyway, the latest installment of the show is set in Washington, D.C., and it gives us yet another chance to see wealthy women being rude to each other. On the new 'Real Housewives of D.C.' (Thu., 9PM ET on Bravo), Michaele and Lynda get mad, and start a fight during celebrity stylist Paul Wharton's birthday party. Cool; fun. But maybe the two women should be mad about the fact that both their names are completely misspelled. ... We're just saying. But that's not what Michaele and her castmate get in a fight about. Instead, Lynda gets upset with Michaele for being too skinny. She says that she's "concerned" about Michaele, but it more seems like she's just trying to be mean to her. Ah, passive-aggressiveness. Good times. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

'The Real Housewives of D.C.' Recap: Cast Aunt Frances immediately

Image Credit: Adam Olszweski/_television/genres/bravo The problem with the new cast of Housewives is that none of them are friends. This is a regular complaint about the franchise but it strikes me as a deeper issue in D.C. There seems to be no real reason for any of them ever to gather, and Paul’s birthday comes but once a year. (Nice toast, Paul. You and the divine Aunt Frances lifted up an otherwise dullsville hour of TV.) Instead we get scattered random scenes of minutiae from not very interesting or likable peoples’ lives: Mary really believing that she’s speaking Spanish (“shampoo the rugs,” she said in her best Speedy Gonzalez accent) to her patient maid Rosa, Stacie’s husband talking penis volume nonsense, Michaele squealing over obnoxious handbags. There were quick flashes of the Potomac and the White House but nothing about these women is defining their locale, and so far their rapport and antics lacks, what’s that word?, oh yes, sparkle. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Real Housewives of D.C.'s Cat Downplays What Some Saw as Racially Charged Remarks

It had been a long day of hyping their new Bravo series, and The Real Housewives of Washington, D.C.'s Catherine "Cat" Ommanney desperately wanted to change the subject from co-star and alleged White House party crasher Michaele Salahi. "Let's talk about racism!" Ommanney said, butting into an ongoing conversation. But her castmates — Stacie Turner, Mary Amons, and Lynda Erkiletian — were grateful, explaining they had been asked quite enough about Salahi, thank you very much. (Salahi was absent during this chat two weeks ago, later explaining to TVGuide.com that she and husband Tareq had been busy hiring a lawyer, Lisa Bloom — and just in time, it seems.) Ommanney instead wanted to focus on the premiere, and specifically the questions she was fielding about her tirade against Tyra Banks and President Barack Obama. Indeed, last week's series opener had more than a few racially charged moments, edited together for maximum discomfort. There was Amons' tipsy, drawn-out declaration that black and white women should be going to the same D.C. hair salons - "I had been drinking," she said during the group interview - followed by Ommanney's dismissals of Banks and President Obama. Banks, Ommanney said in the episode, thinks she's "the most important woman on the planet ... beautiful but hideous." To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Riding and Fighting on 'The Real Housewives of DC'

It's Michaele's birthday (her 44th, props to her for admitting it). As a present, her husband presents her with a collection of accessories and tells her to "pick one," which turns into "you can pretty much have all of them." Then he gives her a horse. Seriously, asking for a pony is not a joke anymore. And Michaele names the horse Sparkle. Might I remind you this is her 44th birthday, not her fourth. Mary, an equal opportunity jackass, gets frustrated with her housekeeper Rosa, who is cleaning tufts of dog hair off the floors. Mary levels with Rosa, speaking in broken Spanish and telling Rosa, "mucho mess," "shampoo the rugs if posible, the perro peepee. And we need to . . . limpia the walls." The subtitles were being kind in their translation. Cat tells her daughters that she "pinky swore" Michaele that they'd go riding together. If their accents weren't so charming, her daughters' reactions may have come off as bratty. Cat meets with Mary to convince her to come along. Then Mary complained more about her daughter's dog, Kona. Cat tells Mary that her daughters won't be getting a second chance when they leave the house, then bosses Mary's daughter around because she is their waitress. Is it just me or is Cat a total bitch behind that British accent? To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

The Real Housewives of D.C. 1.02 "Disloyal to the Party" Recap

Tonight, Cat managed to not only piss Stacie off further, but also ruffle Mary's feathers as well. Lynda and Michaele don't waste anytime to get their differences out the way while Paul and Tareq stand witness, and we learn about Jason's (Stacie's husband) patent on a penile measuring tool. With this much crazy going on it must be a Thursday night on Bravo. It's My Birthday and I Can Bitch If I Want To Michaele is showered by gifts from Tareq, which included handbags, evening shoes, daytime shoes and even lunch sunglasses. And to top it off, Tareq gives Michaele a pony, which she names Sparkle. Tareq's response to his wife's lavish birthday gifts? "You can't say no to her." I bet you I could, Tareq. By the way, here's Joe Guidice's number. You two should talk. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now