So after the yawnfest of a RHOA season finale last Sunday, Marlo Hampton took to her personal blog and left a cryptic post. It’s been virtually ignored, but due to the lack of interesting tea today, I’m gonna pay her a little attention. Also, and perhaps related, I noticed and interesting tweet by Kim Zolciak the other night. She was responding to a tweet hoping Marlo would not be a permanent housewife. Kim’s response was, “It will never happen.” So is Marlo bidding us farewell in this post? Or is it just my wishful thinking? Click through to read the post and then tell me your reaction. Apparently, knowledge of The Hunger Games may increase your understanding. Or not.
The wear and tear was starting to show. Fatigue setting in. The formula exhausted. It happens when you are slow to recognize opportunity, not committed to victory for all who play well. The audience knows it and sometimes they rebel.
I watched the Hunger Games, did you? The powers fed the hungry and the hungry continued to want more. Then Katniss arrived, tentative, distrustful, but honest. She entered the arena, not with the same packaging. She came in trailing fire. A few understood her possibilities right away.
In the end, she won on her own terms. Though the terrain was treacherous, her supporters kept her moving along. And she rewarded them, with theatre and spectacle – drama unforeseen. But when the powers lost hold of the reins and she created her own ending, a sacrifice was made. The audience wanted a victor, but they were only allowed one.
Surely the powers must know, that even if the formula works, somewhere along the way it won’t, and the smart ones are those who deliver the new, even before its wanted…
Well? What do you make of that? Sounds like she’s out to me. Is Kim claiming the victory?