Sorry for the delay. I had asked someone to write for this franchise, but it just didn’t work out. Then I discovered that my DVR didn’t tape the show so this is probably going to be short because I have to watch On Demand and can’t really pause. I’m also in a VERY BAD mood, so here goes nothing.
We start with an introduction to Bruin, Brandi’s new adopted son. He’s an adorable redhead and fits right in with this family. Brandi has a friend that owns and adoption business that reached out to her about a redheaded, green-eyed newborn that needed a home. It’s such a cute story. He’s got quite the pair of lungs on him!
LeeAnne is trying meditation to fix the crazy. D’Andra joins LeeAnne for an hour of mindfulness training. LeeAnne thinks that she has an enlarged amygdala that makes her act like an enraged maniac. While LeeAnne is meditating production runs a montage of her crazy behavior.
Stephanie goes to meet Brandi at the baby store and sees Bruin for the first time. She cries and cries. This on Demand program has every single fucking commercial and will not let me fast forward.
D’Andra and her husband are preparing to celebrate their fourth anniversary. I don’t recall seeing Jeremy before. He’s kind of hot! They are planning a fancy catered event and are sampling the food options. Oh Jeremy is the one with the son that lived with them, right? Sadly, D’Andra and her mother are not speaking at the moment since her mom took the business back from her.
Kameron’s pink dog food line is freaking ridiculous. The Amazon reviews were horrible and it seems like there was some sort of issue with the ingredients. Kameron and her husband both consult their unruly small children about whether they should continue on with Sparkle Dog. It’s bizarre. Also, did I hear correctly? She named her daughter Hilton?
Everything is leading up to D’Andra and Jeremy’s anniversary party. Brandi is not going because she can’t stand D’Andra or LeeAnne. I’m surprised production is allowing this. Stephanie is not looking forward to seeing LeeAnne either.
LeeAnne on the other hand is most concerned about running into Cary at the party. Last year Leeanne was telling everyone that Cary’s husband gets his dick suck at a gay bar called, The Round Up. So she called Cary and asked to meet up with her to talk things through before D’Andra’s event. She’ll probably blame her past behavior on her swollen amygdala. Actually, that would be better than the conversation they are having now. Eventually, LeeAnne apologizes. Cary just wants to be at a place were they can be in the same room together and be cordial. Cary is not going to sugarcoat he feelings anymore. Cary is back working again. She runs a laser center and seems to only work in the afternoons. So it’s a compromise between being a stay at home mom and working with Mark all day long.
It’s time for the big event and D’Andra is worried about her mother coming. She’s also upset that Brandi isn’t coming. LeeAnne prods Rich in the car on the ride over about when they are going to get married. They’ve been engaged for a year with no date set.
Everyone is dressed to the nines and there are tons of people at this sit down dinner. D’Andra’s mom has a much younger date that she is complaining to about D’Andra and how bored she is. Cary is very cordial toward LeeAnne so their truce is holding. At least for now. Stephanie is seated next to LeeAnne and they become drinking buddies. Everyone is getting along! It’s like a Christmas miracle.
D’Andra announces that LeeAnne and Rich are going to get married at the dinner party. And that is where it ends. They really should get married at the dinner party,everyone is there. But they won’t.
Next week: The party continues and Brandi shows up to talk to D’Andra. I knew Bravo would not let her skip it. Also D’Andra and her mom argue over their company.