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Mini caps of the Housewives and Grey’s Anatomy
Real Housewives of DC Reunion I and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Flipit
Last night was a long ass night of Housewives! The night started off with a fairly polite first half of the DC reunion. Cat was fabulously bitchy and up front, Linda was annoyingly squirrely and up front, and Mary was downright sober. Boooooo!
It was fun watching Michaele try to cry though. She could only move her eyes, but she gave it the old college cry. And her compulsive lying habit was out in full force for all the world to mock. She tried to come out swinging, but she didn’t stand a chance with so many bitchy women and, you know, FACTS against her. Idiot. What is this show gonna do without her? I really don’t wanna spend next year watching Mary protect her closet.
The other big topic of the night was racism. UGH. Seriously sick of that topic. Everyone’s racist now, so who even cares anymore? Stacie did her best to be diplomatic about letting us all know that she didn’t ever use the word racist against Cat, but then she implies racism a lot. LOL. The best part of the episode was watching Cat’s reaction to everything anyone said. She pretty much stayed in that little box on the left hand side of the screen for the whole show. Bbitz will have a full recap soon, and you know it will be a doozy.
Then was opening night for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Frasier’s wife, Camille, is even more obnoxious and shallow than I thought she’d be, and this installment features a pair of wacko Hilton aunts. There was already a fight and some serious face injections that grossed me out. Lots of 80′s infomercial music and the same shot of a Bentley over and over. These women seem to be determined to outshallow the other casts combined, and it’s pretty refreshing after a season of DC ladies trying to pretend they’re classy. I don’t want to talk about it too much because I’m working on the recap now. Should be a fun season, though.
On Watch What Happens Live, Bobblehead Andy Cohen opened the show with a full on dashboard bobble breakdown and then stuttered and mumbled over his lines the whole show. That guy is terrible. I love how he fucks with his employees though. He was cracking plastic face jokes the whole night with the Beverly Hills cast, and revealed that the crazy of the season comes from one of the Hilton aunts. The night took as long to watch as Les Miz, but it was free and I laughed out loud a whole lot. Long live the Housewives! But please, down with Bobblehead. I flinch every time he’s on my TV trying to avoid his spit.
Grey’s Anatomy: DearCrabby
Grey’s Anatomy focused on “biology” last night, but I think it was still hanging on to last week’s Superfreaks. Webber is pissing and moaning about not having enough room for a bariatric clinic (hint, hint, Bailey…get those clinic patients paying!) and actually has the graphics department mock up a billboard with McDreamy. Wow, running a hospital is so not hard!
Meredith and McDreamy visit the gyno to find out her uterus is hostile (imagine Christina’s! It’s probably like the 5th ring of hell). The writers must have watched the last couple of seasons of Friends because the EXACT SAME THING HAPPENED TO MONICA. A kajillion teens getting knocked up each year but every career woman has a hostle womb. Luckily, by the end, McDreamy is like look, whatever happens, happens. I hope that means we’ve just reeled in the fertility drugs/hormonal imbalances/wacky in-vitro scenes which makes all other shows die a slow and painful dead.
Christina is still flaming out but she’s really getting bitchy about it and it’s hard to feel sorry for her. I sort of feel like she’s being a petulant teenager who just needs her ass handed to her. Either get in or get out of the game, but this in-limbo thing is getting old. She does attempt to save worms. Unfortunately, that baby step saved them from some guy’s bowel.
Some kid dancing ballet asks Torres, Arizona and Karev to make him a prosthetic leg so he can continue to dance when they amputate his leg. Uh, they are doctors, not engineers. Maybe you should talk to the one-armed man from The Fugitve. But instead of that, they just remove his leg bone, radiate it so it glows and put it back in.
Lexie is still a little crazy and jealous of Chipmunk, Jackson uses his long eyelashes on Teddy to no avail, and Christina and Owen purchase a firehouse with a pole! For dancing or her quick escapes? How about both?