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PhilMarlowe2

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  1. Personally, I saw no difference between the way Eboni was acting and the way Ramona, Luann and Leah were acting. In fact, of all of them, Eboni probably stayed the most calm - Leah literally stormed away screaming at everyone, Ramona was banging her hands on the table at one point and Luann was very quick to defensively infer things that were not actually said (ie insisting that Eboni was saying that she was uneducated). And I think that's the point here - Eboni was being held to a different standard than the other women, and, in that different standard, she was specifically being called "angr
  2. Literally the letter "s" lol - and they repeatedly said the username, so it was clearly named. Not sure why they blurred it out but didn't bleep it. In other news, I totally called that it was going to be a vengeful person from Michael's past the second that it was revealed that the Catfish randomly texted him out of nowhere. It definitely seemed like Michael was leading the ex-boyfriend along a bit, but it also bothered me that neither Nev nor Kamie impressed upon the Catfish that it was wrong to be so deceptive. I felt like they gave him a lot of leeway and slack for his hurt feelings. It's,
  3. Most people in Hollywood have money managers who manage and pay their bills for them. I worked as a personal assistant to a Hollywood couple and any question regarding bills, credit card charges, frequent flyer miles etc went straight to the money manager. Considering both Garcelle's career and also her marriage to a high-powered agent, I would be seriously surprised if she sat down at her desk each week and wrote checks. Same goes for Kyle, Rinna, Erika or any of them. It's how certain corrupt financial advisors are able to steal easily from clients. Anyhow, I've seen no other evidence from G
  4. Except that's not what Garcelle said. She explained clearly why being accused of "stiffing a bill" plays into a stereotype she has experienced around black people being cheap or not paying what's owed. And apparently she was taken aback by the accusation at the reunion because she hadn't realized that the donation hadn't been made - that is a big difference from someone who is simply trying to slink out of responsibility for an intentional shitty thing they did.
  5. I miss Max so much. His response to the lamb skin dildo was everything.
  6. I came here to find out this very thing. I just couldn't help but feel that Chris was transgendered - or, now that you say it, a lesbian - who was pretending to have a hormonal imbalance. He didn't even mention the name of the condition. How awful for him that he has to go to such extremes to hide himself.
  7. Apparently there are three "newbies" on the show.
  8. Yeah, I can imagine if D'Andra initially offered him half, and then the stepmom came for all the money, how she would be reticent to make any sort of deal or compromise with that side of the family afterward. It's pretty vicious and aggressive to try and leave D'Andra with nothing. I'm sure the court battle soured things for D'Andra in a major way. It would be hard for me to be generous to a family that essentially tried to come after me.
  9. Because she made him sandwiches!
  10. Because she lives for being a victim! It's such an energy suck. Don't leave Margaret's horrible decor out of this!
  11. She's literally been doing this since last season. If you go back and watch, all that drama between Paige/Amanda and Lindsay originated from Hannah running between the two parties, reporting what they said to one another, and then backing away like she had nothing to do with it. It's her MO.
  12. Eh, I felt like the subtext of that conversation for Hannah was basically, "All our problems are Kyle's fault - and btw, do you see how mature I am for acknowledging the tough spot you're in?" Hannah has to be one of the most passive-aggressive, self-serving people I've ever seen on a reality show.
  13. They're both awful. And, yes, he did play games with her. But she also hung around for seven freakin' months somehow hoping things would change - all the while judging Amanda for putting up with Kyle's "bad" treatment (he actually seems like a very devoted fiancee these days). Um, Hannah, you don't really have a leg to stand on when you let yourself be dragged along by Luke and his "sexy" motorcycle. Kyle was right when he said that Hannah needs to go find a real relationship - then maybe she can talk.
  14. I kind of saw both of their sides. As a homebody, it would be a major inconvenience if my roommate suddenly decided to bring their gaggle of interns into the apartment (especially if she was typically self-involved). On the other hand, Lindsay was in an emergency situation and was literally asking for one day with the interns at the apartment - Christina could have been a bit more flexible/forgiving.
  15. I've never forgotten how Luke said he does absolutely no personal grooming down there, which - and I know mileage varies on this - but for me that is a major no-go with a guy!
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