She didn't get the diamond because her ex refused to let her children film the show. For all we may bitch and complain about seeing the families of these women, I guess it's part of the requirement getting the diamond. I do find it kind of hilarious that whenever we see Garcelle, it's rarely with the women; it's with her kids, her ex or even her friends.
I think that's what made me roll my eyes in this episode. Someone had just pointed out that she put up an Instagram regarding Aaron's endowments which she took down because it made her daughter uncomfortable. Yet she still claimed that the conversations she had on the show wouldn't be something her kids would know about.
Oh and the fact that she wouldn't respond when asked how her daughter reacted.
Whether people talk about sex is probably a personal choice. However, it's much easier to find out about sex/sexual things without having to talk about it with friends these days. The internet is there for any kind of question.
I do think it's still possible for teens to be unaware of kinkiness. Do I think the children of Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen are going to be those people? Nope.
That said, I'm not sure Rinna was right that the kids would go watch Wild Things. They are likely going to be told about it but I'm going to think most kids would actively choose to avoid actually watching it. I think Meg Ryan's son was in his 20s before he actually watched the diner scene from When Harry Met Sally.
Well, as I said last week, I would question why parents would send their children over to be filmed at an alcohol-fueled adult party for a Bravo reality show at the house of a woman who can't stop bragging about her husband's dick and who invited her ex-husband's escort to have Thanksgiving with them (I actually think that was a lovely think Denise did but still...).
If they clutched their pearls, I'd point out that the parenting fail happened long before the word "threesome" was muttered.