Housewife News by NoMoreDrama
Brandi Glanville says Taylor Armstrong’s Fundamentals are Off. Brandi gave an interview to US Weekly where she spoke candidly about her co-stars. She described her relationship with Kyle Richards, explaining that she often feels things are okay with Kyle then hears that Kyle has been talking behind her back. She wishes Kyle would just say it to her face – but right now they’re doing okay. As for Taylor Armstrong, Brandi says she’s finding it hard to deal with her. In Brandi’s words, Taylor’s Fundamentals are off, and while Brandi feels empathy for Taylor’s situation, she doesn’t think her co-star is making good choices. Specifically she doesn’t think Taylor should be declaring her love for her married lover in the press. Taylor should think about the effect that could have on the wife and children the cheater has left for Taylor. Brandi can relate given that her husband left her in a very public manner after he cheated on her continuously, and then left her for LeAnn Rimes. See the video here.
Andy Cohen was on the Wendy Williams show, and they reenacted Donald Trump’s latest twitter wars with Cher, Rosie O’Donnell, and Star Jones. You can view the video here:
The Orange County ladies are back from Tamra Barney‘s bachelorette party in Mexico. Gretchen Rossi took to twitter to talk about how happy she was about her legal case against ex-Jay begin over, and being granted a restraining order. Although she does say (on twitter) that he was never her Ex.
Gretchen: He was never my EX!
Meanwhile Tamra Barney posted a few photos from Mexico on her twitter page. “Fun times in Mexico” Still no Alexis … The fifth woman in the photos is reported to be Lydia McLaughlin Sterling. I’m sure Lydia got home to Orange County with all sorts of Facebook friends requests, etc. and is wondering what the heck just happened. Welcome to Reality TV Lydia.
Ashlee Holmes has posted an interview with her mother Jacqueline Laurita on her Buzznet site. You can read the entire interview here. Most of it is about favorite things, like make up, songs, and designers. Some of the more interesting Q and A’s:
Ashlee. What is the best/worst thing about RHONJ?
Jacqueline. The best is all the people that I have been able to meet had I not been on the show. There has also been a lot of fun, interesting experiences and opportunities that have been brought my way because of my being on the show.
The negativity from certain people that surround the show at times is the worst. The drama can bring out the worst in me but its sometimes hard to avoid during the many hours we film. I don’t like drama but because I like to help bring out the best in others that do, I get sucked in to it sometimes.
Ashlee. If you could go back in time, would you still do RHONJ?
Jacqueline. Yes, it’s been a once in a lifetime experience. It’s taught me a lot about myself as well as others.
Ashlee. Should ‘RHONJ’ fans expect any surprises or new cast members in the upcoming Season 5?
Jacqueline, Not really allowed to say but there sure are a lot of false rumors out there. Don’t believe everything you read. There may be some extra B-role people for others that need someone to film with. ;0)
I guess Joanna Krupa and Romain Krupa think we’re really gullible, because they’ve announced that they’ve broken their engagement – sort of. It’s about the lamest breakup I’ve heard of this week – and that’s saying a lot with the Beiber – Gomez breakup / non breakup stealing headlines.
Here’s what they had to say. “We got in a huge fight, and I just pretty much got fed up with it,” Joanna told In Touch “He loves me to death, he wants to be with me, but there’s something that’s holding him from committing 100 percent. It’s been more than five years, we don’t have a wedding date set. Nothing was going to change.”
Did she actually say they broke up? I don’t think she did. Romain was even more vague. “I don’t know if it’s over forever but I’m pretty pissed. She is traveling all over the place anyway. There is no way anyone can be with her like this. That’s her choice.”
One thing that surprises me is that I have something in common with Adriana de Moura. This is what she had to say to Wetpaint about the news:
Wetpaint Entertainment: What was your first thought when you heard Joanna and Romain had split?
Adriana: I immediately smelled a rat. I think this is all for publicity. (Yup – me too)
Wetpaint: What makes you say that?
Adriana: I read her statement. She says that he loves her and wants to be with her, but can’t commit 100 percent? I think they’re just doing this for the press it will get today and to set up more stories down the line. Right now, the news is about their breakup, next week they’ll be like, “Oh, we made up. We’re back together.” Then after that it will be, “Oh, the wedding is happening.”
Wetpaint: In Touch, which broke the news, also had a statement from Romain. Does the fact that both of them gave statements to the magazine make you even more skeptical?
Adriana: Yes. It says to me that he’s in on it. It makes sense because they’re both such famewhores.
Wetpaint: Whether or not the split is for real, do you think they’ll ever make it as a couple?
Adriana: No. He’s obviously fed up with her behavior. He tells her constantly that she embarrasses him when they’re out and that she can’t control her drinking. He’s not going to marry her unless he sees a radical change in her. And I don’t see that happening.
Carole Radziwill and Kyle Richards were on the same plane to L.A. yesterday morning. Looks like Carole needs to sell a few more books, because like the Orange County ladies on the way to Tamra’s honeymoon, she was in coach while Kyle was in business class. Aren’t these ladies supposed to be rich? Here’s their cute twitter exchange.
Flipping Out “Cabogate” by BB
This episode is set up at the beginning by showing where Tommy Shaw, the husband of one of Jeff’s clients, Jeanne Shaw, sang at Jenni’s wedding and Jeff makes the comment that he doesn’t want to owe anybody any favors. In other words, if it weren’t for Jeff, Jenni would probably have never met Jeanne and Tommy Shaw.
At Spring Oak, Jenni plays the part of Deb the rough and tough negotiator on the phone with Eddie, the carpenter. Jeff is drawn to people who don’t give a hoot what other people think about them. That describes Jenni because she’s usually up for anything.
In the car, Jeff discovers Jenni is going to start trying to get pregnant right away. Too much information from Jenni about how it’s supposed to happen. Jeff notes “we just got married and I need some time before we get pregnant.” Too much happening to upset Jeff’s applecart right now.
Jeff has done some free consultations for Jeanne at her Mulholland house because he feels obligated to return the favor of Tommy Shaw singing at Jenni’s wedding. Jeanne has not asked for the favor to be returned; Jeff just feels it’s the right thing to do. She wants to expand her main house. Jeff wants her to expand not only her first floor, but her second floor also. He tries to convince Jeanne to expand her master suite. She’s not going for it and it frustrates Jeff. Jeff thinks of Jeanne and Tommy as friends now and he want to make sure they do the right thing and get the most value from their house.
In the car, Jeff, Jenni and Vanina talk about paint colors for his new paint line. He has finally struck a deal with Dunn-Edwards to form what he calls a lucrative partnership. I’ve never heard of Dunn-Edwards. Maybe they are more regional and not in my area of the country. Jenni and Jeff jokingly call Gage to go over paint color names, which are pretty gross. Of course, Gage not thinking they are that funny. I’m with Gage this time. Haven’t they already done the funny paint name thing before? Déjà vu.
Bradley and Nick from Dunn-Edwards are coming to Spring Oak to sign the contract. Nick is the Sr. VP of Operations and Brad is the Product Manager for Dunn-Edwards. They ask Jenni how Jeff is to work with and she says he’s great. Jenni gives a speech about how long and hard Jeff has worked towards this and he will give it 100%. Nick says he’s about to throw up and Jeff says they’ve rehearsed that speech. The deal is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. They sign the contract and toast with champagne. Jeff tells them he’s naming his first white paint color either Windfall or Milky Surprise. Which name do you think the corporate guys liked best?
Jeff is interviewing for yet another intern. The first interviewee, Katrina is professional acting. Jeff is disappointed about her probably not making prank calls or scaring Zoila, but of course Gage likes her.
Later Jeff is talking to Gage and Zoila (while Vanina is listening in) about taking Jenni with him when he spoke at design luncheon in Las Vegas. There he meets a wealthy woman in real estate who mentions she has a house in Cabo and tells Jeff he’s welcome to use it if he wants. He’s just met this woman and thanks her and goes on to the next subject. Jeff further tells Gage and Zoila that Jenni never left this woman’s side and it turns out she stayed at this lady’s house in Cabo and never told Jeff about it. Jeff found out about it from his sister-in-law Carrie and he’s shocked and angry.
This is just something Jeff would not do and it’s released some bound up resentment about Jenni inviting clients of his to her wedding and having one of his clients sing at her wedding. He thinks Jenni has overstepped her boundaries and mooching off of clients puts a bad light on him. Gage says if Vanina had done that she would have been fired. This situations put Jeff in a bad position.
Later Jeff, Jenni and Vanina are in the car. Jeff brings up Cabo and Jenni says she doesn’t want to talk about it. Jeff goes off and tells Jenni she needs to know her place. He doesn’t take Jenni to business speaking engagements for her to latch on to people so she can use their vacation homes. He tells Jenni she will never do that again or he will never bring her to a business meeting again.
Jenni tells Jeff she looks at things differently than he does. He says she mooches off people. She should have never taken the woman up on her offer to stay in Cabo after only knowing her for three hours. She has embarrassed Jeff and he no longer trusts her. Poor Vanina is sitting in the back seat having to witness this awkward exchange.
Jenni wasn’t brought up to think that if you take something from someone you owe them something back. She tells Jeff she didn’t think it was that big a deal. Jeff tells her it’s major, she was vague about the trip and the reason she didn’t tell him was that she knew he would be upset about it. He calls her sneaky and she says it’s not true. He ends up sending Jenni home that day. Jenni is not going to admit to lying because she didn’t hide anything from Jeff and she knows he might fire her because of it.
The next day, Jeff hopes Jenni will fess up to him that she lied to him. In the car, Jeff tells Jenni he has nothing to discuss, but Jenni says she does. Jenni tells Jeff she didn’t try to hide anything from him and she doesn’t have to tell him everything she does. Jeff tells her she needs to figure out what her priorities are.
Andrew feels threatened by the new intern until she tells him she forgot to get receipts for some shopping she did. Andrew is happy someone else has made some mistakes.
At Mulholland, Jenni and Jeff meet with Lawrence the architect and Jeanne. It’s very awkward for Jenni based on the current situation with Jeff. Jeanne has told Jeff she doesn’t want another bathroom because she won’t use it and Jeff tells Jeanne it will help the resale value of her house. Jeanne calls Jeff a baby because he can’t get what he wants. Jeff is trying to add value to her home and thinks he can convince her. The architect leaves.
Jeanne shows Jeff and Jenni pictures of her beach house in Oregon that she’s just finished remodeling. Jeff asks Jeanne if Jenni has asked to stay there yet and Jeanne tells him she’s already offered it to Jenni. In his talking head, he says Jenni has a way of getting things from people and she’s good at making them think it’s their idea instead of hers. Jenni wants Jeanne to make it clear that she didn’t ask to use her Oregon beach house. Jeanne says she offered it to her and that Jeff and Gage are also welcome to use it. Jeff tells Jeanne he would never do that unless she were there and apologized for his freeloading assistant. Jenni is insulted by where this is going.
At Spring Oak, Jenni arrives to find the new intern sitting at her desk. Jeff tells the intern she looks good at Jenni’s desk and there may be an opening. Jenni thinks it upsetting that Jeff continues to be upset with her. Jeff tells Jenni that once a person lies, you think everything they say is a lie.
Jeff and Gage go to Dunn-Edwards to discuss the details of the paint line with the executives. They take Vanina with them. Jeff will be getting some office space at that store location. Jeff is joking about the office space because he really doesn’t like what they are proposing. Jeff finds a better space, but the executives are not agreeing with Jeff. Jeff is making the executives nervous and it’s pissing Gage off. Jeff is not feeling the love from Nick. He’s Gage times a hundred. That pretty uptight. Once they leave, they talk about what a great impression Jeff made with Nick.
Jeff is talking to Jeanne about plans for her remodel. Jeff surrenders to Jeanne’s demands and then Jeff talks to Jeanne about the whole Tommy singing at Jenni’s wedding thing and then he explains about Cabogate. Although sees no problem about Tommy singing at the wedding, she seems to understands what Jeff is getting at about Jenni. Since Jeff and Jenni are at an impasse, they go to see Dr. Donna to try to resolve their issue.
Jeff tells Dr. Donna what happened in Las Vegas and how upset he was that he didn’t know about it. Jenni says she was so overwhelmed about the wedding, she didn’t intentionally not tell Jeff about accepting the invitation. It was an oversight and she wasn’t trying to hide anything from Jeff. Jeff calls it a gross misstep on Jenni’s part.
Dr. Donna asks Jenni if she thought of Jeff when she accepted the invitation and what Jeff might think about it. Jenni says she honestly didn’t think of Jeff when she accepted the offer of the vacation house. She admits she was in a narcissistic time about the wedding. She takes responsibility but stands in her truth. She told her family and if she didn’t want Jeff to know, she wouldn’t have told anyone. Jenni says if she had said something to Jeff, he would have been OK with it. Jeff says that’s where she’s wrong. He would have said no, and that why he thinks Jenni chose not to tell him.
Dr. Donna then asks Jenni if she told a lot of people she was going to Cabo, why didn’t she tell Jeff. There is a flash back to where Jenni is talking to her family and someone asks if it’s a secret where she is staying and she says she doesn’t want Jeff to either follow her or phone her (I can’t tell which). Jenni tells Dr. Donna she doesn’t know why she didn’t tell Jeff. Dr. Donna tells Jenni “I don’t know” really means that she doesn’t want to say right now.
Jeff tells Dr. Donna Jenni is a very smart woman, she knew what she was doing was wrong, and when he confronted her, she lied to him. That’s what Jeff cannot get over. Next week Dr. Donna tells them they need to decide whether they need to continue their friendship and their business relationship or not.
Million Dollar Decorators by JoJoBinxsMom Episode Two
The second episode opens up again at Kathryn’s home. She is cooking breakfast for her son. Making eggs and left over pizza. Mmmmmmmm yummy. Well not really. Kathryn informs us that her beloved Jacqueline has broken her leg and Kathryn has put her up in the guest house. I find that funny. Why couldn’t Jacqueline stay in the main house? I guess constant requests for wine can only be tolerated for so long. With that said we close out this scene with Jacqueline asking for pinot. Where’s Ms. Ramona when you need her.
It’s great this episode to see more of Jeffrey and Ross as I think the chemistry is great between the two. Their latest client is model Amber Valletta. Jeffrey and Ross are doing her master bedroom and adjacent sitting room. The bedroom and sitting room before decorating is lack luster at best. Cold and seems like a forgotten room instead of a room used daily. On this project, Jeffrey lets Ross take the lead and this becomes the Ross Project. Ross and Amber have a sort of preliminary pow wow about what would look good in the space. What Ross and Amber come to is the room should be vibrant with color and texture. Immediately Ross goes to the color pink and Amber loves it. The question now is will Amber’s husband Chip, who by definition is a manly man, be able to live in a pink bedroom? Every man in my life would never ever consider the idea of a pink bedroom. Let’s see where this goes!
Kathryn is late for an appointment to meet the rep of her client in which she is working the clients Ojai house. Kathryn wants to finalize some pieces for the Ojai project with the rep Carl. Kathryn admits that she has worked with Carl before on past projects and he has a very keen eye. Kathryn and Carl are in Kathryn’s studio looking at design boards which display lot’s of different pieces Kathryn wishes to use on the Ojai project. When Carl ask Kathryn where each piece is going in the home, Kathryn doesn’t know. She says she will have to figure it out once all the pieces arrive. I find that a bit strange. She doesn’t know where the items will be placed, yet she has already picked pieces of furniture out? Seems a bit unorganized. In fact on this project, Kathryn seems completely unorganized. Often times in my showroom, when designers come in, they come in with floor plans and dimensions of exactly what size piece they need for a specific place. I saw none of that with Kathryn. In fact I was surprised she had design boards to show the clients rep as those are very tedious and time consuming to produce.
We meet up with Martyn and Mary who are going into a meeting with Susan Feldman of One Kings Lane. Mary and Martyn are in talks to do an Indian themed table top collection. That sounds so exciting. Mary arrives first and casually talks with Susan. Then in walks Martyn with delicious self. He comes to what is a casual first meeting already in the developmental stage of the game. Apparently your attire in this case must speak to the exact product you are trying to sell. Martyn takes off his jacket and shows his loud shirt to Susan and points to the pattern of his shirt and insist that pattern would be similar to his shirt. Mary looks at all of this like she can’t believe this is happening. Mary looks at Martyn like he is putting on a performance. And really I don’t blame her. It really started to become comical. Mary worries that her style and Martyns style are so different that this project could possibly fizzle especially since he came over prepared and well she didn’t come with much.
Back to Kathryn and the home in Ojai. Kathryn is going for a European feel but wants the feeling to be that they are in California. She wants the living room to be comfortable and cozy. Walls to be a soft off white with layering of furniture. Colors to be a sunflower cheerful yellow with blues and reds. Master bedroom, she wants light and airy and must – must contain a four poster bed because the ceiling is vaulted. With all that being said, I find that Kathryn does the same sort of decorating with every project we have seen her involved in. This sort of light airy bohemian vibe. I get it, but I might also be tired of seeing it in every home she does including her own. Usually a designer has a signature look that they are known for but a great designer is attributed to the fact they can make any style work and do it well.
Mary stops by Nathan Turners showroom to discuss the meeting with Martyn and Susan. She obviously is upset as she feels the initial meeting was the Martyn Show when in all reality, it should have been ta collaboration of two great designers. She wants to make sure this is a collaborative effort or refuses to put her name on it. I get that. Like previously stated, a great designer has a look and Mary would like to infuse her look in the table top design along with Martyn’s to create something spectacular as both are exceptional designers. Nathan suggest that Mary give Susan a call for peace of mind that her ideas will be heard. Mary needs reassurance that there will be balance in this project and Susan agrees to meet with Mary.
Kathryn goes shopping for more pieces for the Ojai project. Stops include a carpet store where they look at many different Moroccan rugs and finally come upon more than likely many. Then off to a furniture store for last minute pieces. Kathryn explains she is looking for items that are mis-matched and eclectic. She comes across a round table and a bunch of different chairs that she calls eclectic but I call mis-matched just because.
Back to Jeffrey and Ross. Ross has chosen a hot pink grass cloth for the walls and painted paper for the ceiling in the sitting room. Jeffrey doesn’t like the pink but Ross tells him he is going through a pink phase and just to go with it. Jeffrey is still unsure but will wait to give his honest opinion until the grass cloth is applied and the paper is applied to the ceiling. Ross then meets with Amber to discuss the design plan. Ross shows Amber the pink grass cloth and tells her that everything that is white should be pink. When Ross says this, I mouth drops to the floor. I love me some pink, but my god, pink everything? Amber then admits she is on board, but her husband Chip may not be in for this pink ride.
Mary meets with Susan from One Kings Lane at her home to discuss the previous meeting with Martyn. While Mary likes most of Martyn’s ideas, she needs to make sure her style in being represented. Mary points out how great her zig zag design would go wonderfully with the Indian themed table top collection. After light heartedly discussing her style with Susan, Susan tells Mary she should meet with Martyn so that they are on the same page.
It’s now the day of the install in Ojai for Kathryn. The furniture arrives in about four trucks. Basically, Kathryn wants all the items pulled out of the truck, laid out and then they will decide on what items are going to be kept. This whole process seems crazy to me. I can’t imagine that she has purchased all the items we are seeing since she admits she is going to just sees what works, so that means that what doesn’t work has to go back to furniture showrooms. Meaning most of the product we see she probally took out on what is called a memo, basically borrowing the product and purchasing if it works. With four trucks full of furniture she must have gone to every furniture showroom in the free world and borrowed items. This is such a tedious process as the designer is responsible for the un-wanted product getting back to the showroom in the same condition it left in.
Mary goes to Martyn’s office to discuss her meeting with Susan. Mary wants to let Martyn know about the one on one with Susan as she doesn’t want to seem like she is sneaking behind his back. When Mary tells Martyn about the meeting he isn’t happy but he isn’t upset either. Or maybe I have no idea because his facial expressions hardly ever change. Martyn tells Mary to come to him in the future if there is something that needs to be discussed.
Jeffrey is back at his office and receives a call from Chip, the husband of Amber. He is very short with Jeffrey and explains that he wants to see him right away. Jeffrey immediately rushed over to Chips house. Once there, Jeffrey finds Chip starring at the pink grass cloth in utter shock. Chip explains that he had no idea pink was the color of choice for the walls and is very unsure. Jeffrey tries to reassure Chip that the finished product will look great once all the lighting and artwork is placed. Chip doesn’t look like he’s buying it.
Back in Ojai, Kathryn has had the bed refinished as she was not at all happy with the finish in which it came. Because of the weather, the bed is not drying at a fast enough pace and ask that it be dried by hair dryer. I’ve said it once and I will say it again, the way Kathryn works seems to be all over the place. Finally the bed is being installed in the master bedroom. While installing the bed, Kathryn ask if the bed has dried, the installers tell her no and the finish is still sticky. That’s hard to believe as touching a still wet surface that has just been refinished would leave all kinds of inconsistencies in the finish. But okay Bravo, we will play along. In the end Kathryn gets the house finished. It’s like light and airy as she had wanted, but as a viewer it’s also very predictable. The rooms looked very lived in and although all the items in the home are new, they look like they have been in the home for years. For the most part the feel is effortless. The style looks as though it was collected through out the years vs. all new items being brought in the day before. Still I am not totally sold on overall design. This home is not by any means designed to within an inch of its life, Kim Zolciak. I feel like there is room to make it better the design better. I hate that I have to say that as in general I like Kathryn, but her style really is a very expensive sort of found look that most people achieve on much smaller budgets.
Back at Jeffreys office, Ross arrives. Jeffrey explains to Ross about his impromptu meeting with Chip and that he wasn’t happy with the color scheme. Jeffrey explains to Ross that he simply cannot handle anymore miscommunication and all parties should be on board with any future decisions. Ross thinks everyone needs to just relax and trust him. I have to say, on this one, I am on the side of Chip. The pink was just so jarring to the eye.
Install day arrives for Jeffrey and Ross and they have very little time to get the room completed before Amber and Chip arrive back home. Ross loves the way the room has turned out thus far but is nervous in what Chip might think after already voicing his disdain for such a feminine color. Jeffrey loves the finished project but like Ross, isn’t sure Chip will be on board. The finished project is a pink sitting room with a painted pink and white paper ceiling. The bedroom is also pink, pink, pink! I have to give Ross credit for trying to break up some of the pink on the wall by adding artwork, but nothing could really calm the pink. Jeffrey looks at the finished project and loves it. He says he wouldn’t have had the courage to see this project all the way through and is proud of Ross. Amber and Chip arrive. Amber loves it. The sitting room and the bedroom she is in love. Chip on the other hand, well you can tell he is trying to be nice. He admits right away that he is more drawn to the bedroom more than the sitting room. Tos bad you have to walk through the sitting room to get to the bedroom. In the end Ross stands by his decision not to tell Chip about all the choices they made along the way because he doesn’t think he would have been able to complete the design as he pictured it. I have to agree with that. But does that make it right? The bedroom and sitting room to me reflected Amber solely and the husband just had to live with it.
Week 9 DWTS All Stars, Elimination By COCFarm
Apolo is selected by Len to dance his Rumba again at the top of the show. We had 5 stars starting out the night and within the first few minutes, we find out Shawn is safe. The next pairing to hear who is going home is Melissa and Apolo and it is Apolo who is going home. The last two are Kelly and Emmitt and Emmitt is leaving making it an all girl All Stars final. I like it.
Next week, the Monday night show is only an hour. The women have to perform their favorite routine from the season and then a super sized, no rules apply, freestyle dance. After 6 dances and one more night of voting, Dancing with the Stars, first ever All-Stars, will be history.
Wednesday Night Lineup, November 21st by BB
8PM – Survivor (CBS); Whitney/Guys with Kids (NBC); Charlie Brown Thanksgiving (ABC); The X Factor (FOX); Baggage Battles (Trvl); Holmes on Holmes (DIY); My Grandmother’s Ravioli (Cook)
9PM – Life After Top Chef (Bravo); Criminal Minds (CBS); The Houstons (Lifetime); Law and Order SVU (NBC); Buying and Selling (HGTV); Moonshiners (Discovery); Ghost Hunters (SYFY); South Beach Tow (truTV 9:30); Restaurant Impossible (Food); Border Wars (NatGeo); My Brother the Serial Killer (ID); Home Wreckers (DIY); Extra Virgin (Cook, 9:30)
10PM – Top Chef Seattle (Bravo); Couples Therapy(VH-1); CSI (CBS); My Life is a Lifetime Movie (Lifetime); Chicago Fire (NBC); Private Practice (ABC); American Horror Story (FX); Moonshiners (Discovery); Deals From the Dark Side (SYFY); The Soup (E!); Operation Repo (truTV); Cajun Pawn Stars (History); Food Paradise (Trvl); Restaurant Stakeout (Food); Hell on the Highway (NatGeo); Sweat Equity (DIY); Nadia G’s Bitchin Kitchen/Sandra Lee’s Taverns, Lounges … (Cook); Stranger than Nature (NatGeoWild)
11PM – LoLWork (Bravo)