Okay, it’s time to watch some “real men” discuss Bravo. I like Jerry O’Connell and somehow his obsession with the housewives doesn’t bother me since it is an activity that he shares with his wife, Rebecca Romijn. But if I was in a bar looking for a fuckbuddy and a guy started talking about Bravo I’d sooner go home alone. Not that I have ever done that of course. It’s just a hypothetical. Really.
Wait, are all of these guys gay? I feel like I just insulted gay men everywhere by asking this question. The guy on the end in the tie-dyed t-shirt and the jean jacket was on WWHL recently when a caller asked if he sucked someone off at the Comedy Store. I distinctly remember recapping this. Why can’t I find that recap. Whatever.
Andy shows up to talk about the RHONY reunion and defuse the situation where he seemed to be on Bethenny’s side and rude to Carole. Andy is so thrilled to be allowed to be on the show he is the executive producer on. He says he got frustrated. He hates when the housewives bring out texts because they never prove anything. He says he regrets yelling at Carole and Dorinda. He says they were nineteen minutes into talking about the nutcracker and he just wanted to finish the topic. He says Bethenny can defend herself. He is not scared of Bethenny. He says he’s been told to fuck off by Brandi Glanville, he’s been pushed by Teresa Guidice. He’s used to it all. He says that he has had knock down dragout fights with Bethenny on the phone.
Then Andy says that it was very Trumpian of Carole to say he was full of shit. Jerry makes a shocked face. Of course Carole was watching and tweeting and said that Andy was the Trumpian one and points out that all of her attacks on Bethenny on the show occurred in talking heads when she was in a black shirt. She claims that she didn’t come for Bethenny until the very last green screen interview at the very end of the season. That seems believable.
Michael Yo is married to a woman, the one on the end is engaged to a woman and it looks like Dave is the only one who identifies as gay on the panel.
We get some blurring video chat from Jerry’s wife about RHOOC. This season has three episodes. I think one was enough for me. The most interesting thing was the popcorn, pretzels and chips on the table that no one ever touched.