Why are you people not watching Jeff Lewis’ new show Interior Therapy?
The ratings are no good y’all. I’m going to need you to start watching it on Wednesdays a 9 o’clock. I’ll understand if you have to watch the second showing at 11 or 11:30 when WWHL comes back. BUT WATCH IT! I LOVE Jeff Lewis and Jenni and Zoila. This season instead of flipping houses, Jeff is moving in with crazy rich people and redoing some portion of their house in five days. If the first two episodes are indicative of the whole season, the show could have been called My Overbearing Wife.
The first episode was a lovely couple Felice and Michael Steinbeck who live in Brentwood and have a couple a three adorable children. The oldest boy had managed to score the master suite while poor Michael tried to exist in a small room with his overbearing wife Felice. Felice ran the house and refused to let Michael make any decisions. Jeff and Jenny redo things so that the parents don’t have to share a bathroom with the girls. Michael seemed about as happy as one of those gay guys that gets sent to some religious reprogramming places to change him from gay to straight. Although the interior therapy was successful on the house, five days was not enough to deprogram Michael and send him off with a power top named Phillipe, which it seemed clear would have been what it takes to make him happy.
Last night Jeff and Jenny went to give a little therapy to Bob Lorsch and Kira Reed. He is Chairman and CEO of The RHL Group, Inc., a
business management and investment-holding corporation with interests in a number of companies including MMR Global, Inc. MMR stands for My Medical Records the web-based company that specializes in storing medical records and other personal documents online. This is the company that Russell Armstrong came to Lorsch with several years ago pitching an investment in the eHealth business. Lorsch came in as a partner and then Russell and Taylor supposedly pitched the deal to investors taking over a million dollars in investments and spending the money on personal endeavors like Louboutins and birthday parties and lip injections. That was supposedly all worked out and the Armstrongs repaid the money and got kicked out of the business. However, after that settlement more scammed investors came forward so Bob is still in court going after Taylor for those missing funds. You can read about all that here
|Kira Cries over a box of books Bob wants to keep.
So back to poor old Bob. Bob is sort of a high-end hoarder. His house is fabulous and full of millions of dollars of art. Like the good stuff. But he has 20,000 sq ft of art in an 8,000 sq ft house. So his ex-porn star wife, Kira who went to the Hugh Hefner school of how to snag a rich old man, decides he needs to get rid of some stuff. Bob is attached to all his stuff. Kira should have just asked for a bigger house instead of making Bob cry. Bob manages to part with some stuffed animals but cries when they try to get rid of his book collection. How hard would it be to put up a bookshelf? Eventually, Jeff and Jenny turn the junk room into a great art gallery that holds about 16 pieces. Despite the torture Bob had to endure, it looks great but doesn’t really solve the problem. I felt bad for Bob having to decide between sex with a porn star and keeping his Chagalls. Poor Bob.
Next week a couple argues about fixing up the guy’s aunt’s house. And after that, IF YOU PEOPLE WATCH THE SHOW SO WE CAN GET TO EPISODE FOUR, we’ll get to see Ross Matthews have a big fat gay meltdown when Jeff and Jenni agree with his boyfriend Sal when it comes to redoing the house. That will probably be awesome. Don’t make me watch it alone!
Do y’all think it is kind of weird of Bravo to have a show on with the guy who is suing Taylor Armstrong? Is this the kiss of death for her for RHOBH next season?