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  1. My hubby was listening to Howard Stern earlier this week. Howard said that Bravo approached his wife, Beth, to be on RHONY. She declined. Howard is an extremely private person and could never sanction this kind of exposure. She might've been a good addition as she's very involved in North Shore Animal League and animal rescue. The story line might've been too similar to VanderPump Dogs, but in any case, no, it's not happening. But Howard says Beth was asked.
  2. b2H

    S15.E10: Week 10

    Under normal circumstances, you'd be completely correct and I would expect that to occur a heck of a lot sooner than one week before an engagement. Unfortunately, Luke apparently didn't understand what this show is about. It's not normal circumstances. Every one of the successful dozen or so relationships has had to grow without destination dates, helicopters, luxury boats and alcohol. They've had to survive and grow on real life with real life problems. This isn't normal. Now, I'm fine with the concept of, once the engagement takes place, all outside physical contact should stop. But this is a dating 'game' where nothing is off the table. If Luke thought he could re-write 15 years of rules, he was sadly mistaken. He came off this entire season looking like a controlling bastard and he shouldn't have made it past the second or third week. Last night truly shone the spotlight on what a miserable individual he is, for all his spouting of Christianity. And the fact that, in the preview, he shows up next week declaring that she doesn't know what she wants and he's back to show her the error of her ways after she booted him out of consideration shows his complete lack of respect for her. Period.
  3. b2H

    S15.E10: Week 10

    They would deserve each other, so long as they never darken my doorway or TV screen ever again. How can I miss you when you won’t go away?
  4. b2H

    S15.E10: Week 10

    I don’t think she meant it that way, myself. I am willing to see that whatever she did before committing to Luke or whichever she finally commits to should not be held against her ESPECIALLY in this environment. What she does after committing is a different story. Luke has nothing to say about what happens in Crete. What happens in Crete stays in Crete. Shut up, Luke. And based on the previews, bordering on stalker.
  5. That's what ticked me off the most about her behavior with his death and funeral. He was still married to someone else, with whom he had children who were old enough to read the media. She made it all about her and continues to make it all about her when she isn't the widow. She's the concubine or the affair or whatever, but she had no role in any of this. Her mourning is important but should not override the family's mourning. It didn't need to be all about her and it didn't need to be her story line this season. She was crass, rude and disrespectful to the real, official family. She knows no shame, so I won't even suggest that she should be ashamed and should publicly apologize to the family on a multitude of levels. This, to me, makes her an awful person I wouldn't want to be anywhere around. She may have a great heart and benevolence and all that, but she's a skunk in her personal life and most reasonable people should just stay away before she sprays them with her toxicity,
  6. And there were TAPES!!! With unedited AUDIO!!!!! How stupid does one have to be to deny saying something you're on tape actually SAYING?!?!?!?!??!?!
  7. b2H

    Season 15: Speculation and Spoilers

    I have no interest in the MTA - whether Luke is there or not, it'll be all about him. Would rather watch grass grow.
  8. What I am noticing about his show is the exclusive interviews of people no one cares about - no audience, no studio, no walking out with Robin at the end. There've been more than a few of them and maybe they're trying to change things up a bit, which is fine, but I just don't think anyone cares anymore. Sadly, as above, we never see the results of his work. One can only assume that there is nominal, if any, success.
  9. b2H

    S06:E09 Sorry Not Sorry

    Says as much about Landon as it does about Ashley. Those two can go over there and enjoy their own little world. I have no wish to be a part of it, even as an outside observer.
  10. b2H

    S15.E09: Week 9: Hometown Dates

    I don't think the problem with genuine interest has anything to do with Luke. No one was all that excited about this Hannah being the B. She had a low bar to climb over and has failed to do even that. She's just not all that interesting and is having difficulty with the concept of finding a relationship against making it all about her. I can't disagree that Luke's idiocy has made the season somewhat interesting, but I lost interest after the fourth week and found something else to do with my time. Yet I understand the ratings are still good, so someone must think this is engaging. I just know I'm not that someone.
  11. b2H

    S15.E09: Week 9: Hometown Dates

    Hell, for Jazz there's Berklee in Boston.
  12. b2H

    Season 15: Speculation and Spoilers

    I think overall that idea lets some poor choices flame out early - I'm reminded of that idiot 'Whaboom!!!!!' who thought he was clearly going to win on a catch phrase that wasn't. I've never seen a gimmicker or a hambone actually end up the final one. I don't know why they still try it, unless they're being set up by the producers.
  13. b2H

    S15.E09: Week 9: Hometown Dates

    Explains why he is so pretty too - and his brother. Great genes.
  14. b2H

    S15.E09: Week 9: Hometown Dates

    That's been going on since the first night. Not to mention that being allegedly evangelical herself, this completely appealed to her.
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