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  1. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E13 & E14: Tell-All

    How about Tasha has to be an adult at 18 and Eric does not at "41"? His adulting involves barging in on someone else's place, kicking them out, and taking their belongings. Somewhere, a hermit crab is shaking its head at Eric's audacity...
  2. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E13 & E14: Tell-All

  3. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E13 & E14: Tell-All

    A good parent never stops being a parent, whether the child is completely independent or a "snowflake" -ugh. Tasha is probably about the age where she stops making excuses for her deadbeat dad and finally starts to see his true scumbag colors - whether Leida was in the picture or not. Leida will be temporary but what that man put his biological family through is forever. I go back and forth on whether Eric or Leida is worse, but for sure those two are the worst excuses for human beings in the entire history of this show. It's like two bottom feeders got together to see how much damage they can inflict on the world, not to mention the four children that are being damaged by them. Alessandro is in for a rough ride if he has not even learned his primary language yet and now has to learn English.
  4. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E13 & E14: Tell-All

    Re: Jon's bankruptcy - maybe potential clients started to see the cradle robbing douchey realtor on TV and didn't want to hire him. Just like if I lived in LV I wouldn't want to hire the "Friendly" HVAC guy that shows extreme hostility toward women and believes it is OK to use a woman as a sex toy for 90 days and then send her back to her home country.
  5. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E13 & E14: Tell-All

    With all that was going on during that moment I missed the fist punching thing. That is disturbing. Agree that the crying could be a result of not being able to control his emotions. Almost reminds me of Lennie from Of Mice and Men. Something disastrous could happen even if he doesn't mean it.
  6. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E13 & E14: Tell-All

    Aseulo displayed some odd behavior during the tell off but shout-out to him for being the one to call out Steven about the ridiculous need to be thanked and praised for doing things to help Olga during the moments he wasn't berating her. I also felt for him when he cried about missing his parents and other times he cried (losing track of the things that make him cry). On one hand all the crying maybe a symptom of whatever exactly is up with him, but he seems to be the only participant to express normal levels of human empathy. The rest of the people seemed like a gang of hyenas ready to tear into whatever unsuspecting victim falls out at the moment (especially looking at Ashley who was ready to rage on people she really should have had no beef with). It was weird seeing Kalani staring off into space while slowly patting Aseulos leg like someone calming a child. I was thinking someone needs to hug that poor guy and then when Jon did I was cheering for that guy.
  7. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E11: Where Truth Lies

    It's always awkward when a woman has to tell her husband that she is giving birth to another man's baby. Oh wait, did I say husband? I meant sister...
  8. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E11: Where Truth Lies

    I am shocked... SHOCKED that Jay waited until the day after arriving back from Vegas to create a tinder account.
  9. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E09: No Way Out

    There's another word for that type of bird (or in this case human): parasitic. I think it fits.
  10. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E09: No Way Out

    I am not sure how much further down the rabbit hole this show will continue to spiral. The people and situations they are willing to show continue to get exponentially worse with each passing episode. It's a toss-up for the worst moment of the show, between Eric's "get your shit and get out" comment and Steven trying to plan to take a baby away from his own mother. I realize that Steven would need Olga's permission to take the baby, so let's just hope he doesn't bully Olga into giving it to him. I am on Tasha's side and I don't blame her for the way she acted even if she left her stuff there and said not to touch it just to get back at them a little bit. After all she was being kicked out of her own apartment. Who knows how long homeless Eric didn't help with the bills when she took him in. Children, no matter what age, still want the love of their parents and defend them as she did Eric, even if said parent is a giant douche canoe. She was reacting to the guy she took in thanking her hospitality by throwing her under the bus and rejecting her in the worst way. To see a parent treat his own child like that was rough. She might have acted somewhat badly but she acted more mature and calmer than either Leida or Eric. It seemed like she may have been somewhat in denial of her dads rejection of her over the evil she-beast and was purposely dragging her feet to see how he would react. To see her finally realize his true colors was heart breaking.
  11. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E08: Ready to Run

    There's nothing like witnessing intestines to bring people close together as a couple. 😄
  12. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E08: Ready to Run

    Maybe that's when most of the arguments take place so that happens to be the footage used by the producers.
  13. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E08: Ready to Run

    I don't remember if this was specifically mentioned or not, but did anyone notice the back and forth rapid fire questioning of Aseulu by the evil sisters? It seemed like an interrogation, like the questions were planned and they couldn't wait to get them all out and make him screw up in answering them. They were ready to pounce on a wrong answer and he was impressively able to clarify some of those "wrong" answers. And God forbid he said something to make Kalani look bad by mentioning her not wanting to deal with his family or something like that. She quickly turned it around on him with the brother thing. Makes me wonder if the brother comment was really actually something bad or something misinterpreted. She seems like the kind of person to write off a whole person over one wrong statement, misinterpreted or not. If Asuelu stays with her she will always be looking for him to screw up and using her family members to gang up on him with.
  14. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E08: Ready to Run

    Jons mom appeared to be making multiple comments about age appropriate dresses as a way of making a joke about or being dramatic about fernanda's age. She has a problem with it and is taking it out on Fern. Her behavior and body language like putting her head in her hands and "freaking out" was obnoxious. She didn't have to be there. Fern can't help her age and her son is the one that chose someone that young. A lot of 19 year old girls might have made a similar unwise decision to get married that young if they had older eligible bachelors throwing money and bewbies at them.
  15. PinkFlamingo

    S06.E08: Ready to Run

    It's ok, I know I sound like a jerk sometimes when discussing things on this show. I get triggered by certain things like seeing Steven's behavior. I kind of look at this forum as a sort of philosophical discussion because we are judging people and we have a lot of producer manipulated drama to go off of so we never really have the real story. It's almost like watching a fictional soap opera at times and we only know what we are shown. It's for that reason I hope no one from the show ever reads this forum. 😀 But at the same time I'm sure that some show participants are jerks or idiots in reality too. I agree that Steven would be better off getting help in America. If Olga comes to the U.S. and they stay together she could go with him.
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