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  1. S7.E7: I Want an Equal Partner

    I don’t get what is so wrong with Dave having close friends. For some people their friends are closer than family. Nothing wrong with that.
  2. S7.E7: I Want an Equal Partner

    I don’t watch Unfiltered. Is Amber a natural blonde? If not, no problem, just get rid of the bleach. Besides that color doesn’t exist in nature.
  3. S03.E19: Reunion Part 1

    I thought I was the only one who noticed that. Maybe Andy has a problem with people who drink and get behind the wheel of a car.
  4. S02.E02: Face to Face

    I am a huge fan of the show "Adam Ruins Everything," because he takes subjects that people believe, just because, and shows the reason most of us believe stuff is because of corporate marketing; there was a time people didn't feel they had to buy a diamond ring to propose to someone, until a diamond company made the idea attractive, now everybody wants a diamond engagement ring. That's how I feel about the people on this show. They've all been hoodwinked into believing they have to have this ONE relationship, that this ONE person is the love of their entire life and without them, they're nothing. I mean there's a love industry, money is made on love. So many of these people actually have good relationships with others. Ricky has great friends, Tarik has a great brother, Angela has a lot of friends too. I can understand wanting someone special in your life, but these folks are taking all kinds of crazy risks. In 1995, I met a man I'd corresponded with online for an entire year. No big romance, and he wasn't the love of my life, but we had a pretty good time together, and I wish he were alive today. But he didn't come at me like, "I'm going to marry this American girl and take her back to Australia." He didn't come bearing an engagement ring. We had never spoken on the phone, we had never seen each other, just emails back and forth, every day for a year. What gets me about Paul and Tarik and Ricky is they really believe that this beautiful dream woman is going to solve all of their problems. But what happens if (in Tarik's and Ricky's case) the women are real and they get married? What happens is that reality sets in and the dream doesn't look so good anymore. Take Russ and Pao, I think Russ wanted this bombshell wife, but he never thought of the ramifications, the downside; in his case, what would happen when the bombshell got tired of living in the middle of the country. The truth is, no one is entitled to a relationship; you might want one, but it doesn't mean you'll have one and if you have one, you don't know how long it will last. All these folks need to cultivate the relationships they have, the real, non online ones and just see where these relationships go, you never know.
  5. S02.E02: Face to Face

    Michael isn’t even hiding that he just wants to come to the US, that’s why he wants Angela.
  6. S02.E02: Face to Face

    And then he kisses Rachel. Gosh, I sound like an old cynical fart, guess that’s why I’m still single...or not.
  7. S02.E02: Face to Face

    Siblings, friends and children see the situation objectively, they’re not as emotionally invested as the participants are. This weirdo in Brazil needs something, not a girlfriend.
  8. S03.E19: Reunion Part 1

    I don’t think so. I think Monique and Candyass are Karen’s friends on camera and that’s it.
  9. S02.E02: Face to Face

    These people should just be pen pals and leave it at that. As for Jon’s job, in NYC if you work for the Department of Sanitation, you can make pretty good money, so I’m not snobbish about that job.
  10. S02.E02: Face to Face

    Jon knows nothing about babies.
  11. S03.E19: Reunion Part 1

    Yes I found that interesting too. Giselle got up while Moniand Candyass sat on their behinds acting sorry.
  12. RH of Potomac in the media

    Candyass is stupid. Isn’t Ashley in an interracial marriage?
  13. S03.E19: Reunion Part 1

    Poor Karen. Interesting that Gizelle was the one who went to her, not Candyass or Monique.
  14. S03.E19: Reunion Part 1

    Dear Monique, The guilty fleeeth when no man doth persuith. If it ain’t true, don’t scream that you’re not a drunk, because it makes you look like a drunk. Is Monique an anti-vaccine type? Is Miss United States a real title, or is it like one of those Toddlers and Tiaras things? Meaning a bullshit title. If Karen thinks she a grande dame, she’s mistaken, real classy black women don’t swear like drunken sailors in public. Candyass, please take the dead animal off your head. Candyass don’t come on a reality show if you don’t want to share your life. I don’t think Candyass will marry Chris, if she does she’s a fool. Did Candyass just say, “Ashley and I’s relationship?” Learn English child, go purchase “Hooked on Phonics.”
  15. I've been watching NYC Housewives since season 1. I don't see Bethenny getting a free pass (if you mean from Bravo) because she's a woman. I think she gets a pass because she basically went to Bravo and said, "I want to be successful and I'll do anything to get that success, even turn myself inside out." And Bravo was like, "sure, do this!" This was a woman who allowed herself to be filmed sitting on the toilet, peeing on a stick to see if she was pregnant (glad we didn't actually hear her peeing). She allowed Bravo to practically film up her ass and then tried to strike out on her own with the talk show, that didn't work. So she returned to "Housewives" because she needs that gig to keep herself relevant. Bethenny is probably "on" 24/7/365 because that's her act, she's like a performance artist. However, it's still sad that this man died, drug addiction is no joke and addicts can hide it, easily, especially if the person is successful in other areas of life. People still believe that a person can't be an addict if they're successful. Also, prescription drug addiction didn't get too much attention because there wasn't the same level of violence associated with it, like it is with Heroin or Crack, until this case.