Some unexpected pairings, some unsurprising ones, some absurd Orange County shenanigans, and a whooole lotta bullshit about the Atlanta casting process.
Sure, it may feel like neither exists anymore now that the Bellinos are through, but carry on we must!
Because, like the late capitalism it so hyperrealistically depicts, this program inevitably sunders bonds, destroys traditional relationships, and spreads psychic and physical pain.
(The Housewife, not the country, though both contain multitudes.)
Today’s Round-Up features sterling examples of the five basic conflicts of literature: woman vs. friend, woman vs. enemy, woman vs. frenemy, woman vs. husband, and woman vs. Kim Zolciak.
That’s right: Tinscott, whose romance seemed to have such a sturdy foundation of oversharing and coupons, are tragically over. So much for Carole’s matchmaking skills and Dale’s dreams. But hey, maybe Tinz can reconnect with Chad Cute Guy; he’s a year older and wiser now, after all.
In lieu of flowers, please send handles of Tito’s.