There is a lot of RHOC tea to report today. The season sixteen preview is out and I have to say it seems like it might be a good season! Heather is back, which isn’t great but at least we got rid of Kelly and Brown Wind. I’m okay with Heather’s house that boobs built porn, if only she could be a bit more humble about it. Check out the trailer at the end of this post!
More Focus On The Families
Far be it from any of these bitches to be compassionate to a first season housewife. It’s like they have to jump them in like gang members do. They might not have to kill someone or rob a liquor store, but they must submit to an emotional beatdown. It’s kind of sad. Anyway, when Heather was nonrenewed, she claimed she quit because her kids were getting older, and she didn’t want them on the show. But this season, she is already saying we are going to see a lot of them. And she talking about her daughter receiving porn. Okay, Heather.
Heather is not the only one pimping out her kids this season. Shannons girls were seen on Instagram filming their own confessionals! That’s new. I hope they are tattling on Shannon. It looks like another hot mess season for Shannon. I don’t smoke weed, but it is legal in California and I think it might benefit Shannon.
I’m not impressed with Jen the Botox doctor from this trailer, but I’m open to giving her a chance.
Here Are The Official Storylines For Season 16
Heather is back living the dream in her 22,000 square foot home in Crystal Cove with her husband Terry and four children. Their kids are starting to look at colleges and find their own voices, especially Max who recently wrote a book for parents about teenage sexuality. After many years, Heather and Shannon reunite and instantly find themselves at odds over loyalty and betrayal. Heather also introduces a friend of hers to the group only to find out a shocking truth behind who she really is.
Convinced that it’s never too late to have fun and find true happiness, Shannon’s business is on the rise and her relationship with John is thriving. Shannon questions who her true friends are in the group, after she finds herself in hot water with Heather, leading to issues of trust with Gina and Emily. And with her oldest daughter away at school and the twins prepping for college, she is starting to fear her looming empty nest.
Gina is looking to the future and works to launch her own skincare business. With her boyfriend Travis’ unflinching support, Gina continues to co-parent her three children with her ex-husband Matt. Still close to her bestie Emily, Gina becomes fast friends with fellow New Yorker Heather and the two take a trip to the Big Apple. As Gina puts her hardships behind her and her self-esteem grows, the ladies wonder if she is just confident or too arrogant.
Emily returns with a renewed look after a couple plastic surgeries – a new jawline and bustline. With Shane busy working after finally passing the bar, YAY! Emily finds herself with more time on her hands to dedicate to her daughter Annabelle’s upcoming Mormon baptism and to helping wrongly convicted individuals in the justice system. Forever inquisitive, Emily often inserts herself in the middle of conflicts but is also accused of being an instigator when she asks Noella about her looming divorce.
The New Girls
After meeting Gina and Emily last year, aesthetic MD, Dr. Jen Armstrong immediately integrates into the group by performing cosmetic procedures on the ladies. Emotionally guarded at first, Jen develops a quick bond with Heather but has trouble making a real connection with Noella. Married to her husband Ryne, she is a proud mother to three children. She embodies the alpha female persona as she runs her own practice, provides for her family and helps her mom prepare for a move to the OC. Dr. Jen has always been an overachiever and is now launching a division of her practice that specializes in a unique magnetic brain treatment. Huh?
Noella Bergener’s world is turned upside down when her husband unexpectedly files for divorce. Her lavish lifestyle gets ripped out from underneath her as the divorce poses questions about her financial future while she cares for her children. While her shocking predicament makes the others question what is really going on, Noella finds solace in her friendship with a sympathetic Shannon. With news of a recent death in her family, Noella finds her emotions, patience, and friendships tested, but that doesn’t keep her from doubling down and speaking her mind even when it results in a fiery backlash.
So, what do think about the upcoming season? I’m optimistic. For now. Here is the trailer.