Real Housewives of Orange County Week 4 Recap
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- I am drinking red wine tonight
- Might get sloppy
- No shame
- I’m doing bullet points
- More fun for me
- Jose is here for back up
- I love him
- Shannon is visiting Tamra
- Why do we watch this show?
- Tamra gives Shannon calming pills
- Never going to work
- Shannon needs pot
- She also needs to leave her husband
- Davis is dead inside
- He’s also never going to a have sex with her
- Kelly is with her husband
- They are painful together
- Kelly is a sloppy drunk
- Shannon is mentally unstable
- What is Kelly’s husband’s name?
- He is invisible
- Kelly thinks she and Shannon could be friends
- Kelly blames Tamra for their fighting
- Swallowing glass is more fun that this show
- Kelly shouldn’t have been invited back
- She’s a bore
- Lydia’s mom is having a party for her grandson
- I love Judy
- I want to be her friend
- By friend of course I mean smoke pot together
- These chicks spend a lot of time recapping
- That’s our job
- Move on to new content already
- Rain in the OC is funny to me
- Who wears heels to a kid party?
- Peggy wants to stay clear of the drama
- She’s cute
- She does not however, have cancer
- This party makes me want to impale myself
- Judy should be a housewife instead of Lydia
- No I’m not.
- Vicki tells Peggy she will show her the ropes
- Peggy tells Vicki she had a mastectomy
- Vicki asked if it was preventative
- Who asks that?
- This is some seriously scripted bullshit
- Vicki is a twat
- She is also not a cancer expert
- Kelly is having a vaginal rejuvenation
- This is so Beverly Hills 5 years ago
- Kelly is gross
- I am skipping over her vag job
- I’m also having a shot of Jose
- This show demands it
- Shannon is giving her daughter a driving lesson
- My. God. Make. It. Stop.
- I am embarrassed for Shannon’s kids
- I am folding laundry
- Thankfully I also have to empty the dishwasher
- Tamra is hanging with Ryan
- He needs a drink
- Probably because of who his mother is
- Shannon is crying about her daughter Sydney
- She is talking about it at an event
- I thought the problem was Tamra talking about her
- These chicks should not talk about their kids
- Tamra orchestrated a meeting with Sydney
- She said she didn’t know she was there
- Ryan looks like an old man
- Marrying a woman with a ton of kids will do that to you
- Ryan is crying
- Tamra is fake crying
- This is a waste of our time
- I’ll watch so you don’t have to
- My liver says you are welcome
- Megan is on
- Is she still on this show?
- She hired her cousin to be her nanny
- She has no experience with babies
- Brilliant move
- Meghan asked Kelly if she had a boyfriend
- Kelly told Meghan Jimmy was cheating on her
- How do they overcome that?
- Visit over wine!
- Dear Lord
- Kelly is a bad friend
- Meghan is a boring friend
- Both these chicks are wasting my time
- More recapping
- These women need better hairdressers
- Time for Peggy to show off her wealth
- Transition: Vicki is jealous as hell
- Vicki loves Peggy
- This too shall pass
- Vicki wants to sell them insurance
- Peggy loves Vicki
- This too shall pass
- Peggy is crying having lost both her parents
- Very sad
- Vicki makes it about her
- If they bond over Peggy not having cancer I will scream
- These two are going to kill me
- I shall be sad for New York City to end
- I am not watching Dallas
- I’ll be stuck with these bitches
- Tamra’s dad looks like Simon
- Just saying
- Flashback to 2009
- Tamra has had A LOT of work
- Tamra is going to milk her kids for a storyline
- Tamra’s dad came
- Her mom did not
- Blah, blah, blah
- Fake crying in three… two… one…
- She invites her family up to join her
- I can’t
- This is a desperate cry for attention
- Good message
- Bullshit delivery
- I’m done
- I had 2 shots and 2 glasses of wine
- Thank goodness this show is only an hour
- I’ll be back next week
- Jose will be here too
- Keeping me drunk so I can keep it real
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