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'The Real Housewives of D.C.' recap: Starving for attention

Oh Adam, where have you been all my D.C. Season 1? It turns out Stacie's brother-in-law is a rapper with a #1 single in Paris and that guy is adorable. I could have done with more close-up shots of his wiry biceps than of Michaele's Brazilian blown-out straw tresses slapping back and forth as she boogied akimbo at his concert. And I'm all full up on scenes of Tareq sweating in a black T-shirt. And scenes of him talking nonsense about the legs and arches of wine. And scenes of him bloviating about his wife's hearty appetite. And scenes of him. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

The Real Housewives of D.C. 1.03 â??Foreign Relationsâ? Recap

I seriously feel bad for those who jumped ship and tuned out of The Real Housewives of D.C., because each week gets better and better, in my opinion. Tonight proved to be just as good with the Salahis’ starting trouble when they aren’t even in the states. Meanwhile, Mary uncovers some unsavory information about one housewife, while Cat deals with the pressures of a deadline in the most fairy-tale way possible. While watching a faux-runway show in a clothing store, Mary and Lynda discuss the tiff that occurred at Paul Wharton’s birthday party between Michaele and Lynda, who thought it was in bad taste for Michaele to come at her in the manner she did. Lynda goes to explain that she is actually worried about Michaele, while at the same time we come to understand that Lynda’s problem is really with Tareq, who she blames for Michaele’s recent behavior and weight loss. I think Lynda was actually being quite genuine in her concern for Michaele as well as her disdain for Tareq. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now

Everybody Hates Tareq on 'The Real Housewives of DC'

Wine Isn't Just White Cat meets with the editor of her book and she (Cat) is so excited about it, she almost smiled. Meanwhile, Stacie is meeting with her friends who own SugarLeaf, the only African American-owned vineyard on the East Coast. Not that wine is a race thing all of a sudden. For whatever reason, Tareq and Michaele were invited along and brought a bottle of their white-people wine. Tareq took the opportunity to prove to everyone how much he knows about whine, and Michaele just repeated certain words. "Citrus," she said, then she drunkenly rambled some nonsense about Obama (I think?). As it turns out Adam, Stacie's brother-in-law, has the number one single in Paris (I smell a record deal in the works for one of the DC Housewives!), so Stacie invites Michaele and Tareq to Paris three days before. It was one of those things where you invite someone out of courtesy, thinking there's no way they could possibly go, but Michaele and Tareq were all about it. Uh oh. At a department store fashion show, Mary asks Lynda about her "fight" with Michaele at the birthday party. Lynda defends herself and manages to include a dig at Tareq's winery, which segues into a one-woman Tareq hate-fest. Apparently before she married Tareq, Michaele wasn't as weird and creepy-looking. To Read More Click Here . If You Missed This Episode Watch It Here Online Now