Andy Cohen “Cried” Inside for Teresa – Open to Visiting her in Jail by Veena
I must admit that I’ve always thought Andy Cohen didn’t like Teresa Giudice that much. The Bravo Producer plays favorites, and it’s clear that he really likes some of the housewives (Bethenny, Carole Radziwill, Caroline Manzo) but puts up with some of the others Some he downright seems to dislike. But when interviewed about the upcoming Real Housewives of New Jersey reunion, filmed just days after Giudice learned she was facing a 15 month prison sentence, Cohen spilled the tea in his Bravo blog:
“I got really emotional. At the end, when I was talking to Teresa, I really held it together, but I was basically, maybe, kind of crying! I was really emotional sitting there with Teresa talking about all she had been through with the show. When it ended, I gave her this big hug and I could barely look at her. I didn’t want to cry in front of her. I was upset!”
Asked if he was planning on visiting Teresa in prison, he replied: “I have no idea, You know, the truth is, I would like to. If it would make her happy and make her life better, then I would certainly go.”
Take some change for the vending machine if you go Andy.
Survivor: San Juan del Sur
S29E6 “Making Some Magic Happen”
At Coyopa, Dale acknowledges it was rough seeing his daughter voted out. He vows to not give up without a good try. He pulls a rabbit out of a hat, and a fake idol out of his pocket! But will it be enough. At Hunahpu they are worried about what they will be asked to give up for the extra rice they need. Jeff shows up with a big bag of rice and tells them that never in the history of Survivor has a tribe needed this much help – from the lost flint, to now running out of food. Hunahpu must give up all their comfort reward items an extra pot, the extra flint, and the tarp that is keeping them dry. They are left with a machete, a pot, and a flint. They are starting over. Not everyone is happy with the trade (Jeremy) but the tribe votes and makes the trade.
In the reward challenge, 1 person from each tribe will be blindfolded, race through a series of obstacles, study a mask with their finger tips, retrieve 3 bags of puzzle pieces, race back through the obstacles, and once all 3 bags are retrieved recreate the mask (all while blindfolded). It is Reed from Hunahpu vs. Baylor from Coyopa. They only need 7 pieces in the mask, but the bags contain dummy pieces. Reed wins reward! of chicken and steak skewers that look delicious. Baylor is going to Exile. Reed picks Julie to go with Baylor, but Natlie volunteers and off she and Baylor go to Exile. At Exile, Baylor gets the idol clue and shares with Naralie. At Hunahpu, they are enjoying a bar-b-que, and RAIN!
For this challenge, the entire tribe will race up and over a tall 10′ wall, roll a huge wooden cube along a course, and swing free 3 bags of puzzle pieces, then assemble the puzzle pieces into a flag. The first tribe to assemble all the puzzle pieces in the correct order wins immunity. Coyopa starts the puzzle first, and stalls on the 4th panel.
Hunahpu wins immunity with amazing teamwork.
Dale tries a bluff with the fake idol that he found near the water well on day 1. Dale tells Jon if he isn’t voted out, he will give Jon his idol. Misty and Baylor want to split the votes 3 Dale and 2 Keith so that if Dale plays the idol, Keith goes home. And Jon and Jaclyn want to be in a good position for the merge. There isn’t much outwit wiggle room here – you either go with the fake idol offer, or you go with the flow and vote with Misty and Baylor.
At tribal, all the combinations and strategies are discussed. In the end the couples vote together, no immunity idol is played, and Dale is voted out. Bye Dale. Next week is the merge. Next week maybe we will see the game become more of a challenge. Next week might be the week the singles need to make a move or get voted off one by one. We shall see!