Bethenny Frankel's Real Housewives of New York spin-off Bethenny Getting Married? begins tonight (with the goddamn stupidest question mark in the history of television), and while I'm on the fence as to whether it will be awesome or unforgivably boring, I do know that the media call Bethenny participated in to promote the show ended up being all about how Jill Zarin is the devil and how Kelly Bensimon is the mayor of crazytown, which is definitely awesome. I mean, I only posted like a tenth of it, because it got pretty redundant. Read on for the gloriously catty highlights.
Well, that was delightful. Bethenny Getting Married? (while still being very, very stupidly named) started out last night like the Top Chef Masters of The Real Housewives franchise. There was no manufactured drama, nobody on a Pinot Grigio IV drip, nobody accusing anybody of being a Kabuki vampire. It was a nice contrast! Plus, Raven was there for a second!
Bravo decided to supersize The Real Housewives of New York's reunion this season, making it a three-hour, week-long extravaganza of crazy, accusations, denials, tears, walk-outs, "systematic bullying" and Andy Cohen, sitting there loving it. We watched all three hours, of course, and have concluded which 10 of the reunion's many moments are the finest. Slip into a straitjacket and read on for the deliciously depressing highlights.
The CW has declared that Tuesday is officially the new hump day. Adjust your schedules accordingly.
It's Emmy day, so it's kind of difficult to care about "other" news, at least until tomorrow, but I will do my best!