Elaine Lancaster Spills about Producer Manipulation by NMD
Below is a post Elaine Lancaster aka the drag queen on RHOM made on facebook last night after the reunion aired. Elaine was in many scenes last season of Real Housewives of Miami, but only a few this year. She explains why below.
” Now that the season is over… I can honestly say Thank God I was out of town working throughout most of the taping of season 3. I’ve made a great living as Elaine Lancaster for 15 years, well before Bravo came to town, and don’t need to “stoop to conquer” as I told the producers. I refused to be manipulated by anyone or any producer and throwing a friend under the bus for ratings is not my style. Unfortunately, when you don’t comply with that you’re not of much use to the producers.
Karma has a way of working itself out. Let’s see where everyone is next year. I sleep pretty well at night. “
Source: Elaine Lancaster Facebook Page
Top Chef, New Orleans (S11E6) “Jazz Hands” by BB
A quote about New Orleans: “I’ve been all over the world. I love New York, I love Paris, San Francisco, so many places. But there’s no place like New Orleans. It’s got the best food. It’s got the best music. It’s got the best people. It’s got the most fun stuff to do.” Harry Connick, Jr.
Tonight’s guest judge is Kermit Ruffins, American jazz trumpeter, singer and composer from New Orleans.
Everyone is gunning for Nina because she’s pretty much winning everything. Nicholas woke up sick and the medical people think he has strep. He’s been told to keep his distance from everyone for the next 24 hours. If he’s not ready for the elimination challenge, he will have to forfeit his spot on Top Chef.
The Quickfire challenge is all about improvisation. Each station has been prearranged with Kermit’s favorite ingredients and cooking tools, like duck, frog legs, chicken wings, quail, microwaves, fryers, toaster ovens, etc. The chefs will start cooking at one station, but when Kermit starts playing his trumpet, they have to stop what they are doing and rotate around the kitchen until he stops playing, then they will stop at the station they are at and start cooking again. Kermit tells them it’s their song to finish, which I guess means they will be judged on where they are standing at the end of the challenge. The winner gets immunity in the elimination challenge.
The chefs get started and get upset about having to leave what they started. They also don’t like giving up part of their 30 minutes marching around the kitchen to music. The chefs start telling the others what they were trying to make at the start of the challenge. Shirley ends up back at her station and is upset that Patty messed up what she started. Nina is happy with what Travis did with her original dish. Then the music starts playing again. This is frustrating to even watch! The chefs do not end up at their original stations in the end. Justin is not happy he ended up at the microwave station where Shirley started. I’m not going to repeat what everyone made.
Kermit’s least favorite dishes belonged to Justin and Louis. Carlos, Brian and Patty were the favorites. The ultimate winner is Brian, who will have immunity. He immediately thanks everyone who worked on the dish before he got to it. Sara’s a little bummed because she started the dish.
The chefs will be collaborating to create a pot luck style menu. Patty doesn’t know what pot luck means. They will be serving at Kermit’s restaurant where some of the best musicians of New Orleans will be dining. The chefs get to pick their own teams (with the exception of Nicholas). Louis, Shirley, Sara and Justin will make up the Blue team; The Green team is made up of Nina, Carlos, Stephanie and Carrie; that leaves Nicholas, Travis, Brian and Patty on the Grey team. Hopefully, Nicholas will be able to participate or the Grey team will be at a disadvantage. They are invited to hear Kermit play that night and have some great New Orleans food.
All the teams are figuring out what type of pot luck dinner they will be serving. Nicholas confers with his team by phone. He is telling Travis what type of fish to get for the dinner and Travis is following his orders. When they get back, Nicholas gets with his team before they all go off and leave him for a night out on the town with Kermit at Vaughan’s. It looks like a really fun place.
The next day, it’s all business as they prepare the food for the elimination challenge. Nicholas is feeling better and seems to be doing a lot of the preparation work. Brian doesn’t know if it’s the best idea but he has immunity so he’s not that worried about it (nice guy that Brian). Nicholas mentions that Nina, who is winning everything, is doing gnocchi again. They have to take what they’ve prepared to Kermit’s Treme Speakeasy restaurant and get it ready to serve in 30 minutes.
In addition to Kermit, the other judges will be Gail, Tom, Padma and Sue Zemanick, Executive Chef, Gautreau’s. Justin notes that Sue is a friend of his but she would not hesitate to send him home for a bad dish. The Blue team is up first. Justin made hominy grits with brown shrimp, roasted okra, fava beans and smoked bacon. Louis made grilled and pickled vegetables with crispy sunflower seeds and mustard vinaigrette. Shirley and Sara made glazed beef with charred onions, melon pickles and pickled ginger vinaigrette.
Next up is the Grey team. Nicholas is frustrated that the fish is cooking up too quickly. Patty forgot something. Brian says it’s a little mistake, but at the same time it’s a big mistake (whatever that means). Brian and Travis made Togarashi Fried Chicken with Bee Pollen and Ponzu. Patty made tomato watermelon salad, Szechuan pepper and goat cheese espuma. Nicholas made Barramundi and red drum fricassee with zucchini, truffle and yuzu kosho. Travis and Brian made caramel glazed bbq ribs, dehydrated potatoes and peanut gremolata.
The green team goes last. Stephanie made fried baby artichoke, preserved lemon and anchovy aioli. Nina made semolina gnocchetti with sausage. Carrie and Carlos made summer tiramisu with nectarines, pistachios and cheese (sounds yummy!).
Tom tells the diners it will be hard to figure out who had the worst group of foods and who had the best because it’s close for him. It’s time for the chefs to hear what the judges think of their efforts. They didn’t like the tiramisu, the shrimp and grits, the tomato and watermelon salad or Justin’s dry fish. They liked the chicken, the vegetables and the gnocchi. Padma comes in to get the grey team in a very stern tone. Does that mean they lost? Usually the winning team is called out first. The grey team was the least favorite team. Their fried chicken was good, but the fish was overcooked. Patty forgot to put the chili on her salad and admits to the judges she could have done better with it (kiss of death).
The green team wins the challenge. The judges liked the artichoke dish, Gail loved the gnocchi. Sue liked the sponge cake part of the tiramisu and thought there should have been more. The best tasting dish was Stephanie’s. She is declared the winner. It’s her first win. The last time she won something was “most improved” in basketball her senior year.
Now, who is going home? Sue didn’t like Travis’s ribs. Tom didn’t like Justin’s fish. They liked the chicken. Gail had problems with the salad and so did Sue. Patty is asked to pack her knives and go. I think Patty expected to be eliminated. She knows her dish wasn’t 100% perfect.
Last Chance Kitchen: It will be Patty against Janine, who has already beaten out six chefs (all guys by the way). Tom tells Patty she’s pretty much acted like a prep cook during her time on top chef. With that, he gives each chef a tub of onions. They will have to chop the onions first, then use them in the dish they prepare. The catch is they have to do all of their prep work prior to cooking. Once they start cooking, Tom will take their knives and they can no longer add anything additional. They both make pork loin. Janine says this is the hardest Last Chance Kitchen challenge so far. Tom says she is the winner, but I think it’s only because Patty’s potatoes were too salty. Patt’s dish looked better than Janine’s. I also think Tom thinks Janine is a better chef than Patty, but that’s just my guess, nothing solid on which to base it. And truth be told, Janine is probably the better chef than Patty.
KenyaMoore – Touching NeNe’s Ear
Did you miss me? That’s a rhetorical question of course. Of course you did! LOL! Have you missed my twirls, my curls, and my Gone with the Wind fabulousness? I’ve had the time of my life over the past year. My life has changed in such a positive way, it’s been a dream.
Crazy Kenya is back with a Tom Cruise size ego.
My love life has drastically changed and I am so close to having everything in life I’ve always wanted.
Oh great, she imagined a whole new love life. I can’t wait to hear this new whopper of a manufactured lie. Walter-less, of course.
I heart Gregg and NeNeas a couple and was so happy to learn that they would be getting re-married. I think he’s the balance that she needs. NeNe makes an issue that I never called her to respond to her wedding invitation but took to Twitter to let everyone know that I had an invitation. FALSE. Firstly, I personally texted her to tell her I would be in Africa at the time and would not be able to attend. So let’s keep it real with the real facts.
How about checking off No in the RSVP card?
She took the time to out of her busy wedding planning schedule to ask me if I was coming via text. At that time I felt she could have also shared the info of her invitation to my ex. It wasn’t required of her, but in my upbringing, it would have been common courtesy to inform me personally. After all, I had spent the past Thanksgiving with her then sharing some very personal info about my ex with her. NeNe had in the past looked out for me regarding the actions and personal attacks and vendetta my ex had against me prior to him acting on them. So clearly, NeNe knew where that relationship stood… All the more reason to inform me as a friend that she had invited him to her wedding.
You no longer have a relationship with Walter so why bring it up? You were not going to the wedding anyway since you were in Africa. It is just an excuse to build some drama with Nene. I wonder if Nene will be inviting you for Thanksgiving this year.
I never raised my voice, I never attacked her nor called her out of her name. I’ve always been an affectionate person who touches, and I was simply trying to have a civilized conversation with NeNe. Therefore, touching her ear was not aggressive. And she clearly didn’t see it that way either.
Oh, boy. You are lucky she didn’t start choking you.
Even though Porsha has never apologized to me for anything she has said or done to me, including laughing, often taunting me with the fact that I wasn’t married or that my ex didn’t propose to me and reveling in my struggle, I still reached out to her when I heard the news of her divorce and wished her well.
With that said, I find it quite disturbing that Porsha and her family go on and on about the fact that Kordell may be gay. After all, she told the world she had a “picture perfect life” and married the “man of her dreams.” Cut to Porsha sitting with the attorney agreeing to take him back if he abided by a “list.” Well, a thinking person with a brain would ask the question that if the main problem was that he is possibly gay, why would you want him back? I don’t think Porsha is telling the whole truth. That’s always been my opinion of her and it remains the same after listening to her recall the “facts” about their marriage.
That’s a good point but I think that they are just bringing up questions as to why Kordell ended the marriage. Either she was just a beard or he has some major control issues. Porsha was still willing to make the marriage work in public and in private, but in order to do that she needed to know what the problem was. I don’t think Kordell is the type to admit that he has problems.
The show has a way of forcing you to be more retrospective about your behavior. I am in a good place, but I have the experiences I have had on this show to partially thank for that. Life is about growth and that is sometimes painful. The key for me is to be willing to look deeper and from that be willing to have culpability for your own actions.
I have never seen this side of you and could never believe this was possible. It is not April Fool’s yet.
Nene Leakes – Kenya Broke the G-Code
Keeping it as real as possible is how I like to roll, and staying true to who I am is important to me. So I sat down with Miss Delusional, whom I see right through, and the first thing I told her was that “I’m dating you! We are still getting to know each other, but because I know how to be a good friend and this is my city, I will take you to find a place to live!” Now you know what I am thinking. What business woman that’s claiming to be everything is homeless? But whatever, NeNe, just do your part.
It would be fun just to feed her delusions of grandeur to see how far she would go.
She also brought up Walter once again and my answer was and still is this: Walter is cool with both me and my husband. We personally feel there was never a relationship between him and Kenya other than friendship, so girl move on! By the way, none of the guests who were invited to my wedding were privy to my guest list.
No one has a say in your list but tell us the truth. You did invite Walter to play with Kenya just a little bit, right?
The Ladies Meet at the Lounge: This was my idea to try and bring everyone together for the purpose of putting the past away and helping Phaedra and Kenya’s relationship. Here’s my take on it: Kenya, it’s inappropriate to text anybody’s husband without their knowledge. You broke the G-Code!
Yes she certainly did and Apollo also broke the spousal code. He should have ignored any texts from Kenya.
Kenya Moore – Kenya’s So Called Eviction
Kenya starts out by calling her landlady a whole bunch of nasty names because her landlady decided to contact the press and tell them she was late on her rent.
The judge found that when I didn’t move out on Conya’s 2 week demand, she threatened to evict me, and then started a smear campaign with the media by furnishing them with lies of late rent and a plethora of other fallacies. I was relieved that the judge found that I was NOT evicted as widely erroneously reported, and awarded me over $10,000 for damages against Conya for defamation of character and invasion of privacy. Stay tuned, Conya’s campaign continues…
Why do we need to hear more of the Conya saga? She is not on the show. You moved out and all you need to do is collect on the judgment.
I have been the unwilling recipient of Phaedra’s unrelenting lies from last season. She called me every name in the book, lied, and called me an alcoholic, bipolar, fake, amongst other cruel monikers. I pushed back with my own insults. We are both responsible for attacking each other. So she can’t pick and choose what insults were acceptable to her or not.
What do you expect from the lawyer? She won’t play fair and throw everything in your face.
When Phaedra gets you in her crosshairs, she shoots to kill and she is the dirtiest player in this game. Regardless of what she claims, I NEVER OFFERED SEX, ORAL OR OTHERWISE, TO APOLLO. Clearly she must be a less than stellar attorney, since her claims are based on her motive to throw dirt on my name and not the facts. The FACTS are, I immediately showed my phone during the reunion. The facts are, I have never offered nor been offered sex by Apollo. The fact is, I have nothing to hide or lie about with regard to him. Additionally, I could have retaliated for the lies Apollo tried to spew in reaction to when I suggested that he discontinue texting me, however, the truth will be made crystal clear very soon.
You did show your phone to everyone at the reunion and what both of you texted to each other. Apparently it is still bad form to text another woman’s husband without their knowledge but I understood you were fighting back.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
Blogs Blogged by Stars99 – Part 1
Sorry guys, Brandi is just way too busy being vulgar and chewing on her foot that’s firmly in her dim-twittering mouth to bother to write a blog for us this week.
Carlton starts off, “Be forewarned this one maybe long too….” I dunno, last week’s seemed much longer… but at least you’re articulate… lol… Carlton introduces us to her “beautiful family.” Yadda yadda yadda… While important, there’s not much fun in snarking about her husband or her home at this point, and since kids are off limits… if you want to know about her family or her home, you might want to read that portion of her blog on Bravo’s site. Suffice it to say, she and David have been married for 15 years and he is her, “fu**ing world.”
Carlton’s sorry and says, “I apologize to those In advance but I do swear a lot. If you find it offensive, I’m sorry. I don’t always behave accordingly. I’m not always classy and pretty. I certainly have a mouth on me. I like to drink tequila and party with my hubby and our amazing friends. I love to have fun and be silly and you will see moments of me that will probably make my own toes curl, but I can admit when I am wrong. I believe in the underdog, and I can’t stand injustice or prejudice of any kind. Most importantly I live for my family. I am devoted to my husband and to my children.”
In the last 2 sentences of that paragraph, can’t you just hear the “Battle Hymn of the Republic” softly playing in the background… Someone in the audience is waving an American flag at her as she gracefully exits from the stage after making her moving, heart-felt speech… I guess Joyce isn’t the only one who can deliver a pageant speech… But I couldn’t help but notice that she did forget to add that all she wants is “world peace.” Where did she put her tiara? And her sash? OOoooOOoo Maybe that’s why she doesn’t seem to like Joyce too much at the moment… Could it be that Carlton has a case of “tiara envy?”
Carlton blogs, “I received a call from Kyle to join her for lunch or dinner. . . I was a little surprised but thought it was a nice gesture and a perfect opportunity for us to get to know one another better. Maybe I had misjudged her about her comment about Lisa. Maybe it wasn’t meant as rudely as I had perceived. Also one of Kyles friends would be there, oh and Joyce would be joining us. . .Hmmm. OK. . .but then I thought it could just have simply been an off night for Joyce and Michael when I met them. Maybe they were nervous. We have all been guilty of saying dumb things — I know I have. Either way, letting it go was a step in the right direction although admittedly my son’s name incident still bothered me. What can I say? I’m in “Mama mode.” But moving on. On a positive note. . .the naked image was erased! Yeeeeay!”
Oh Carlton… Don’t you know that “letting it go” is no way to remain a viable, dramatic Bravo housewife?
Carlton blogs, “Next Joyce enters… god this girl is gorgeous! I am cordial. We chat for a while, laugh a little, swap kiddie stories. Then this lovely blonde enters who I met when my girls were in preschool with her son. What a small bloody world!”
Starts to inexplicably sing, “It’s a small world after all… It’s a small world after all… It’s a small world after all, it’s a small, small world.” And if any of us think for one minute that Kyle didn’t already talk to her bestie Sharon about Carlton by name before this gathering ever took place… I think there’s some swamp land in Arizona that we need to buy… I didn’t understand why Kyle needed to have another friend there for this particular lunch… It seemed a little odd to me… but it all makes sense now, doesn’t it?
Carlton says, “The four of us talk at the bar when I begin to tell a story. Yes, it may have gone on a little and I will be the first to admit it. . .But in mid-sentence of this tragic story Kyle mutters something and walks out! Mid-bloody sentence, walks out. Doesn’t say “Sorry Carlton but I’m bored to death by this tragic story of how your two daughters optimistically nursed this bird back to health for a day after it had been attacked, then it suddenly died and then they solemnly buried and prayed over his dead little body!” Nope. Just turns on her heels or flats and walks out. Unbelievably rude, but why am I surprised?”
That was hysterical, if the editing is true. It’s like Kyle’s OCD suddenly kicked in (Kyle tries to explain her actions in her own blog – Part 2 tomorrow)… but who does that in the middle of a story and just so danged abruptly…lolol
Carlton continues, “She then has the three of us walking back and forth like ants setting up the table outside. It shouldn’t have been that overwhelming — it was afterall a food delivery. I did however get a giggle when I saw the name place settings. It was a table for four, it really wasn’t that complicated. I was sitting next to Kyle like it or not.”
KMN… Name place settings? For a party of 4? Are you freakin’ kidding me? I don’t get them… Not even for most weddings – I understand reserving tables for certain family members or friends that you want to sit near you… but other than that… When did people stop being able to find a place to sit? I dunno… Obvi I’m just gauche… or perhaps I’m just a control freak who would love to be able to pick out where I sit for a change… lol!
Carlton writes, “All of a sudden Kyle has a panicked reaction to a bee that lands on our table. First please let me say I sincerely understand the intense fear associated with bees or wasp — especially if you are deathly allergic and you feel like you’re in immediate danger of being stung. I truly appreciate the gravity, so of course do what you need to do!”
Actually, Carlton, you were a big fat pain in the neck about the bee. I know an adult under 40 who died of a bee sting. It’s not a small matter. My Mom was also deathly allergic (although inexplicably, it didn’t stop her from walking around barefoot in the grass.)
Carlton continues, “This however wasn’t quite the same. . .I don’t know if it was a yellow jacket or honey bee, but it was not behaving at all aggressively. It wasn’t flying around them. It literally flew in and landed on our table. One would assume drawn in by the vase of roses planted upfront and center, surrounded by our food omitting a pleasant smell, and the sweet drinks! I had no idea of what was about to happen and maybe I reacted too slowly but it was my intent to move the bee to a bush. . .Too late! Kyle shouts out “KILL IT!” And suddenly a dead bee. Are you f—ing kidding me, I couldn’t believe it!”
The thing is… if someone is allergic to bees… they’re not going to stick around long enough to determine if the bee is actively being aggressive or not… Cuz those bees can turn on ya and will cut a bit**. Or in Carlton’s case, a “fu**ing” bit**.
Because we haven’t already spent too much time on the bee, Carlton continues, “Um. . .If you’re going to sit outside during summertime dressed like a brightly colored flower and you are fatally allergic to bees, here’s a thought — lose the bloody food and roses genius. Oh and let’s not forget the perfume.”
I totally appreciate Carlton’s love of nature and the outdoors. I hope she didn’t read my disclaimer on last week’s blogs about the sad fate of a certain spider… Yes, I know bees are absolutely important to our wellbeing. Perhaps we can all learn from Carlton. That is, if we don’t die from a bee sting first.
Hilariously, Carlton still continues to talk about the bee, “And then they begin to laugh and SNORT in succession. Glad it was so amusing. Let’s senselessly kill more bees who pose no sign of imminent threat to you and totally f— up our ecosystem.”
Right… So you’re saying that Kyle is singlehandedly eliminating the bee population… One bee at a time!
“Keep in mind this was a two-hour dinner, not the minutes you’re blessed with. It was much more painful. It seemed like a bloody eternity. I did try to have fun and we definitely giggled. But there were a few moments when I felt like I was watching a scene from an Austin Powers movie, when you think the joke’s had its last legs and they keep laughing and laughing and… laughing with no end in sight, accompanied with a lot of hair flipping and swooshing. Sadly I could not participate as my hair was tied back, slicked to my head. There was to be NO hair tossing for me! I still love Joyce’s hair though, it’s really gorgeous.”
Awww, Carlton, we get that we’re seeing an edited version, honest we do. Wow… Carlton is really dissin’ Joyce and her hair “swooshing.” But then she wraps it up in a compliment. You might say that Carlton floats like a butterfly, but stings like a bee, no?
Carlton writes, “Anyway finally it was bloody over! I left still not feeling optimistic about this one woman, sadly. I really went there hoping I was intuitively wrong but from today’s experience alas no.”
Dies laffin… I guess Carlton is not liking Kyle at this point. Well, one more name to cross off the Thanksgiving Dinner guest list, no? She does say that she and Joyce are getting along at this point – but she’s trying to be accurate as to how she felt at that point of time. Whew… I was losing sleep over that!
Joyce Giraud de Ohoven
“Hola Mis Amores!” Okay, last week, you opened your first blog with, “Hello Lovers”… so this week, you say almost the same thing but only in Spanish so we wouldn’t notice? Hablamos español, Joyce. Joyce talks about a project she’s working in China that facilitates people’s access to drinkable water. While I kind of feel like she’s still acting like she’s on the pageant circuit – but honestly, I also think drinkable water is a very real issue and I’m glad she’s actually being actively philanthropic about something important to her. I have a feeling that she is also going to be an over-explainer… because she then starts to further explain last week’s episode and blog.
Joyce explains, “I’ve been getting a lot of questions about my beautiful hubby and I “opening” a conversation with the fact that he wants a “naked room.” That is far from the fact and all of us who were there know that Lisa and my husband had been joking around. Since my hubby is a producer Lisa was jokingly telling him he needed to produce a porn for her. (Even if sometimes I don’t get the British humor… I LOVE Lisa’s humor, she is very funny.) As we were discussing movies, we joked about a movie we saw called Failure to Launch with Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew McConaughey. In it Matthew’s father wants him to leave the house so he can get a naked room. It’s been an ongoing gag since we saw the movie and that night we were all having fun and talking about that. My husband and Mauricio were joking about it and when Kyle pulled us over to meet Carlton and David we were still talking about that. It didn’t just come just out of the blue.”
Joyce, meet the editing department. Oh well, and meet Carlton, too – Cuz she thought it was kind of bizarre for you to be talking about it when you had just met her.
And Joyce continues to explain, “Now. . .about Carlton’s remarks and comments about me “f—ing” with her children’s names. When we were there and since I’ve known her for the past months she NEVER mentioned anything about it (not once). She knows when I said I liked the girls names even better than Cross I was referring to the fact that prior to that I told her how cool the name Cross is. If it ever bothered her that much I would’ve expected her to tell me to my face instead of making it a big deal on a “confessional” or writing so negative about it on her blog. Don’t be two-faced and don’t be so negative! Life is great!”
Joyce, meet the land of reality TV. Maybe when you were watching previous seasons, you didn’t understand that it’s far more fun for everyone to talk about each other behind their backs. That way you only have to survive the dreaded “Reunion” show after everyone has seen all the nasty things you’ve said all season long. Rookie mistake.
OMG, Joyce further explains, “About me calling my hubbys package aka penis a “peepee.” I have two young boys (one just turned four and the other one is one). Around my children I don’t use the words cock or dick. Ever since I grew up in Puerto Rico we have called it “peepee.” It’s a cute name to call it without being so vulgar. So you can understand why I used the term LOL. But honestly — of all people, I wouldn’t expect Carlton to take offense from it considering the language she uses and how “open” she is.”
Yeah, it was a lil surprising that Carlton is fu**ing shocked at a lil peepee verbiage.
Joyce writes, “On this week’s episode I felt so sad seeing Yolanda in the hospital that when she cried I cried with her. Life is so short and we all have to be so thankful for so many things that we sometimes take for granted like our health.”
Amen. Joyce tells us that she cried when Yo cried when she was in the hospital, that Lisa is a great dancer, and that Carlton should loosen up. She also assured us that Carlton finished her cat and bird story to Joyce. Whew.
Joyce confesses, “Yes! I CONFESS! I’m a snorter. LMFAO! I’m not so proud of it as a lot of people have made fun of me for it but I guess the cats out of the bag. . . After tonight’s episode you all know and there’s no hiding it so I’ll just embrace it. I do control it on sets when I’m acting, but in real moments where I’m having fun with the girls I don’t feel the need to control anything LOL.”
I think all of us who occasionally snort while laughing should unite and take over the world! Buwahahahahaha!
Joyce concludes, “Bottom line is…We had a lot of fun at Kyle’s and to be quite honest I thought Carlton had fun too until I’ve seen tonight’s episode. The reality is when we said our goodbyes she said, “It was fun and I hope the other times will be as fun.” I guess you never know what people are really thinking. I just tend to take their word for it but I do NOT like it when people are smiling to your face and then say something else.”
Joyce, meet Beverly Hills!
Kim starts off talking about Kyle’s lunch (Where was she? Was she not even invited?) She basically just says that likes Carlton but wishes she had a better time. But then she said, “At the other lunch, it was a different story!” and then starts to dig on the other women… No, not the nice kind of “dig ya”… but digging… like in Digfest 2013™©®…
Kim writes, “Once again, to watch Lisa diss my sister and Brandi! Insinuating that my sister doesn’t have friends? And that maybe Yolanda should put her house on the market?!? And then turning to Brandi and telling her that she needs to exercise her brain! These kinds of comments have become all too common from Lisa. It was a very degrading comment but with a touch of humor! That’s another one of Lisa’s specialties! This kind of behavior is totally uncalled for!”
Oh Kim, Lisa has always done that… You just haven’t been sober enough to realize it. After Kim slips into a momentary mentascental meandering of how much she misses her children when they were small like Portia, she starts talking about her wonderful dog, Kingsley. She calls him “the sweetest dog in the world.”
Kim writes, “As you can see, he can be a bit of a troublemaker. . .He’s so loveable, but when he’s not getting attention, he finds a way! He will go into my purse and take out my sunglasses, my makeup, my wallet. Anything to get my attention! He LOVES shoes, furniture, rubber bands, etc! I knew I had to call in a trainer! The trainer told me he’s very spoiled! You think??”
Kim continues, “When I spoke to the trainer, David Utter, he told me that Kingsley is not going to like the authority of a trainer and what he represents and that he could become aggressive with him. This is the first time I’m working with David, the only other trainers I have worked with were animal trainers on Disney movie sets and TV shows. He also said that Kingsley should have a choke collar and leash on when he arrives, because Kingsley may sense him on the other side of the door! Unfortunately, when David arrived, I was on the phone and distracted and I didn’t put the leash and collar on. Kingsley reacted just as David had said, but within a few seconds, he was back to himself! Kingsley and our family have been working with David, and you will get to see more of this wonderful dog! Dogs are worth all the work, they’re like babies! I love my dog!”
So let me get this straight, the one thing the trainer asked you to do – You just got too distracted and didn’t do it? C’mon… training this dog is very important – I hope you’re taking it seriously. Kingsley is around small children and I’d hate it if anything bad happened… because it wouldn’t be Kingsley’s fault.
Kim blogs, “As for Kyle and I watching Lisa on Dancing With The Stars… Well, when I first saw Lisa fainting, I thought what just happened? Then we watched again, and I saw that she was holding his hand while she gently laid herself to the floor? But she still had his HAND!?! It looked like she was still holding, because she was afraid to fall to the floor!!! I have fainted on camera and in real life and that just looked like a FAKEY!!”
I completely disagree. You could see Lisa getting befuddled and woozy. It looked to me like he was holding her hand and not the other way around… plus she fell hard like a sack of potatoes. I just don’t think she was faking… and the one time I fainted, I didn’t wake up startled like you describe happens… It was more like I slowly became conscious. Lisa actually had to practice for hours and hours to dance on this show. Unlike you, who just jumped in feet first from the low dive, on your “Stars in Danger” show. Puhleeze. Sit down, jelly melly. Kim then talks about Yo and what a tough year it has been for her. She calls Yo a “tough-ass” and her struggling really affects Kim especially when she sees scenes like Yo in the hospital. Kim thinks David is a great guy… Thanks, good to know…
Stay tuned in for tomorrow’s Part 2 of the blogs (Kyle, Lisa and Yo… Oh, and Brandi, if she dislodges her foot from her mouth in time….)