Real Housewives of Orange Country Week 3 Recap
Typos are lovingly provided by Jose Cuervo.
The only way I can blog this season is with bullet points.
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- Still at the birthday party
- Shannon is still bitching at Lydia
- Lydia holds her own
- Shannon rushes off screaming F you all again
- Dear Lord
- Shannon needs to be hospitalized
- David goes after her
- Shannon now bitches at David
- David needs to leave already
- Lydia joined Team Vicki too soon
- Shannon is in the car bawling
- My. God.
- She blames her weight gain on Vicki
- Maybe blame it on your husband
- Or, here’s a thought, blame it on yourself
- I cannot stand this woman
- Over to Peggy
- She is recovering from a double mastectomy
- She speaks of her cancer journey
- Wait, does she have cancer?
- I thought she did it because she tested positive for brca
- She is not having a cancer battle
- That pisses me off
- I like Peggy and her family
- But, she does not have cancer
- Cut to Vicki and her new office
- I could not possibly care any less
- I am skipping over this
- Having a security camera won’t stop embezzlement
- Vicki is annoying as fuck
- Cut back to Peggy, she should rethink her eye make up
- What is pre-invasive cancer?
- The doctor says she was not really sick
- Again with this show and cancer
- I can’t
- Over to Lydia and her magazine
- Blah, blah, blah
- Lydia got in trouble for saying hubs should grow balls
- Know it
- Tamra calls Lydia to smooth things over with Shannon
- Charlie the Guinea pig is perfection
- Group dinner is still on
- Thanks to Tamra
- Damn it, thanks Tamra!
- Time for Meghan and her baby
- She’s painful to listen to
- I want to impale myself
- You’re not a single mom Meghan
- Fuck off
- David works out at home while Shannon goes to the gym
- Fat Shannon is a drag
- Stress didn’t; make Shannon gain weight
- It was the cheating husband
- The trainer keeps saying WOW
- It is so rude
- It is also so funny
- He has got to stop that
- Shannon is made at herself for letting herself go
- Why isn’t she mad at David?!?!?!?
- Shannon says if David knows her wright he’ll be done
- My. God. LEAVE DAVID
- Lydia met Kelly the day before, but they’re girlfriends
- Vicki is evil
- They mention the restaurant “The Quiet Woman” too much
- Translation: This is scripted
- Women are about to not be quiet
- Dinner is Lydia, Peggy, Shannon, and Tamra
- Lydia wants to make peace with Shannon
- Shannon is mentally damaged
- Shannon is going on and on about her weight
- Shannon tells Peggy she gained weight because of Vicki’s rumors
- Um, no
- Shannon gained weight because Davis was banging someone else
- Lydia invites Tamra and Shannon to her party
- Tamra will be out of town
- Shannon declines because Vicki and Kelly will be there
- Kelly walks into the restaurant
- Probably because she was invited
- Kelly says she had no idea they were going there
- Scripted bullshit
- Shannon sees Kelly and goes straight to her weight
- She tells Kelly how much weight she gained
- This is so stupid
- If he camera is filming there is no “confiding” anything
- Kelly is hammered
- No good can come of this
- Shannon is bawling again
- Lydia calls on Jesus to help Shannon
- Jesus is at my house and he is laughing
- He also thinks I drink too much
- Bless you Jesus
- Kelly sits with Peggy and Tamra
- Tamra blows smoke up Kelly’s ass
- Shannon tries to talk to Kelly
- Kelly is not interested
- Kelly is not cool
- Shannon is not well
- Shannon kicks Kelly out of the table
- Kelly suggest Shannon needs some hormones
- Shannon is now screaming Fuck you to Kelly
- Kelly leaves but throws in a fat joke
- Shannon is done, she’s done, she’s done
- Shannon is seriously not well
- Elly laughs on her ace
- Lydia is mortified
- Peggy is bewildered
- Kelly and Shannon should not be on this show
- This show garbage
- I’m hooked
- Oy vey
- I’ll watch so you don’t have to
- I’m a giver who is keeping it real
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