I’m a seasoned veteran of the Real Housewives franchise. I’ve been watching since DAY 1 of Orange County and am a die-hard fan of Vicki Gunvalson (deal with it).
I’ve been anti-Kara Alloway for most of Real Housewives of Toronto, but since every franchise needs a “villain,” I think we, as fans, owe it to Mrs. Alloway to respect her role in the franchise and cool it on the hate-tweeting.
This week we talked about Week 7 & 8 of RHOT on our podcast, and I tweeted my love to Graham Alloway.
Should you ever find yourself divorced or widowed, please call me.
I’m a little late to the blogging game on this one but the Bachelor Canada curse strikes again!
It’s over for the Bachelorette Canada star Jasmine Lorimer and her firefighting beau, Kevin Wendt. The two have amicably ended their five month engagement, taking to social media to announce their split.
Are we surprised? No. Dating on reality TV defies the laws of nature and is a sick form of entertainment for us mortals.
Are we sad? Sure.
For me it’s the same as hearing about a car accident. The same questions apply.
First question: “Is everyone OK?”
Second question:”What happened?”
Third question, “Who’s at fault and can you sue?”
The writing was on the wall when the couple chose to forego their press tour following the Bachelorette Finale. In the days when it should have been UTI inducing sexcapades and shameless ring selfies, the couple was keeping a surprisingly low profile.
The British Columbia based beauty and the Toronto based piece of man meat tried to make the relationship work long distance. Which, as someone who’s tried it once can attest, it never works out, and will most likely end in wasted plane tickets and a series of break-up texts.
I enjoyed the premiere season of the Bachelorette Canada and could tell Jasmine and Kevin had some crazy chemistry. It sucks whenever someone has their heart-broken and I wish them both well. Methinks they’ll both find happiness and have lucrative Instagram sponsored ads in the future.
Since this is the third #BachCan relationship to go down the pooper, does this mean the franchise will call it quits?
You may recall both Brad Smith and Tim Whatever-his-name-is broke up with their partners after their seasons wrapped. I’ve been waiting patiently for the next Bachelor Canada to be announced but so far…nothing. Zilch. Bupkis.
Let me say this now, W Network or Slice: I NEED MY BACH FIX. So help me god, you find a way to make this happen with the same determination and can-do attitude that a junkie has when looking for a vein that hasn’t collapsed. Make it work.
Until the new season of the Bachelorette premieres on ABC in May, I’ve been hanging on by a thread with The Real Housewives of Toronto.
You can hear about that show on my podcast Boys Don’t Like Funny Girls.
Who are you hoping is the next Bachelor Canada? Do you think this is it for the franchise?
Even with a plan, our podcasts can go in directions we never expected.
After talking about St. Patrick’s Day, offending Irish people by asking about Fassbender’s penis, and a recap of the Real Housewives of Toronto, we dipped our toes into more serious issues.
We discuss rape culture, consent, and our experiences. We’ve each had experiences that have left us scratching our heads and feeling uncomfortable, try our best to talk about them without opening a Pandora’s Box of emotion.
I debut my awesome Elmo impression, introduce Krissy to the idea of Labiaplasty, and we talk about the introduction of the new autistic Muppet on Sesame Street.
Man oh man. What a train wreck. The After the Final Rose episode was cringe-worthy, and made Kevin and Jasmine from Bachelorette Canada look like lovebirds.
WHAT IS WITH AWKWARD COUPLES ON TELEVISION?
Are these just real people who realized that dating on TV is fucked up and not easy? Are they staying together for the free shit? (I would totally stay together with someone for free swag and beach vacations *ahem* Jasmine and Kevin).
Vanessa looked poised, rehearsed and aware that her body language was sending mixed vibes to the audience. Nick looked like he had made a giant mistake and no amount of mumbling could ever get Raven back.
We discuss this and more in this week’s episode of Boys Don’t Like Funny Girls.
The Real Housewives of Toronto debuted on Slice and we’re on the fence as to how this train-wreck is going to pan out. It could be great, it could be horrible…only time and more alcohol will tell.
We’re recapping the premiere episode and cringing thinking of the drama between Roxy and Kara that’s coming down the barrel. PLEASE let someone record a Tardy for the Party or Money Can’t Buy You Class. PLEASE.
Listen to this week’s episode on Soundcloud and remember, you can subscribe to Boys Don’t Like Funny Girls on iTunes!