This sneak peek of the new episode of Basketball Wives has basically every emotion you can imagine in it. Tami and her mom resume their conversation from last week which was pretty heavy stuff, and the tears keep on coming, but immediately after that, we finally see Royce and her new man, Dezmon, together and they couldn’t seem happier (could she be smiling any bigger??). And of course eventually we’ll get to that emotion we call “slapping someone,” but that won’t come until much later. Watch the sneak and tune in to the full episode Monday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Dr. Jenn Berman has been counseling people and offering advice to people in need for some twenty years now, but on VH1′s Couples Therapy, this marks her first time working with a group of ten celebrities whose relationships are in desperate need of repair. We’ll be checking in with Dr. Jenn each week to chat about the progress of her patients on the show, and what she really thinks of their behavior. This week on the show, Vienna had a breakthrough of her own, and everyone got a good look at how they really behave when they fight.
How do you feel about Vienna’s realization of the fact that she lacks a certain amount of empathy for people?
I’m really proud of her for having her insights. I think it will become clearer to viewers why she struggles with that as time goes on. As I’ve said before, she’s new to couples therapy and people don’t always realize that what’s good for one person in the couple is good for everyone in the couple and one person’s movement in therapy affects the whole couple in a positive way. It’s not uncommon for people to feel the way she felt though, especially coming from a competitive background. She and Kasey came from a competition show, and this is a therapy show.
We speculated about this a while ago, but today, Yandy Smith confirmed that she is definitely expecting a baby soon. The Love And Hip Hop star tweeted this afternoon “You wanted to know now you know!!!! #POW” with the photo above. Congrats, Yandy!
Evelyn Lozada has been spending most of her time these days filming Ev and Ocho, but she does have a little bit of down time, which she spent at the beach recently.
In these shots of Evelyn hanging in Miami with her assistant Nia and her nieces, she also shows off her abs and some of her brand new tattoos, which she blogged about earlier this week.
Ev And Ocho will premiere in September.
We just wanted to give all of our fans who plan to tune in to our Wednesday night shows a heads up tonight, the schedule will be going through a few changes this week. Starting tonight, Behind The Music will air at 9 p.m. ET/PT and Couples Therapy will air at 10 p.m. ET/PT for the rest of the season, so make sure you take note and reset your DVRs. Tonight’s Behind The Music will focus on Akon, and upcoming episodes will feature Brandy and Nas.
House of Consignment will air on Friday this week, with back to back episodes at 8 and 8:30 p.m. ET/PT. Starting next week, it’ll take over Tuesday night with episodes at 10 and 10:30 p.m. ET/PT. As always, you can keep up to date with VH1′s full program schedule by checking here.
It’s time once again to welcome Royce Reed back to the blog so she can tell it like it is. For the past two seasons of Basketball Wives, Royce has recapped every episode, all the highs and lows, and given us her completely honest and unfiltered opinion. We’re thrilled to have her back for season four.
OK HERE WE GO!!! AGAIN, THIS IS MY BLOG AND I SAY WHAT I WANT WHEN I WANT AND HOW I WANT. IF YOU DON’T LIKE IT DON’T READ IT.
Let me first start off by saying I find it quite flattering my other cast members are blogging. I say that because I seem to remember a lot of SHADE coming my way for 1. Having a Twitter and 2. Blogging. Now, they have more tweets and followers than I do and have opened their own blogs. I just want to say you’re welcome although you’ll never say thank you for bringing forth the idea. Moving on…
I said it last week and I was right. Instead of expressing how WRONG Evelyn was for throwing a bottle and a plate at someone’s head for a “word” there was a lot of laughing. Even more so, they condoned her actions. I’m confused…how are you speaking about someone else being crazy (although I think Kenya has a “side”) when you are always the one picking up glasses, bottles, plates, jumping across tables, etc. Pot MEET Kettle. Tami and Shaunie, you both knew Evelyn was wrong so rather than saying “Evelyn you would’ve killed that girl,” hence hyping Evelyn up, it should’ve been “You were dead ass wrong and you need to learn how to curb your anger and deal with things differently.” I love you Tami and I know you are upset with me, but at this point I don’t think you understand the fact I AM a real friend to you. No way would I let you react the way Evelyn has in my presence, nor would I condone it if I was or wasn’t there just to cosign for you. I would expect the same from you to me. THAT’S REAL! Right Wrong Bougie Bitch, I want my REAL friend/s to tell me what it really is. Why is it cool to “catch a case” or be “sbout this life” at 35+, or any age for that matter? Sitting behind bars isn’t cute and the same people cosigning you on Twitter saying “Thats my B!tch” are the same ones that will forget you exist the moment the commercials come on. Sidenote…I would’ve put my money on Kenya if they put y’all in a ring. She doesn’t have to “Talk about it,” I believe her eyes.
Each week on this season of Basketball Wives, we’ve been doing our best to keep up with the recaps and blog posts the cast of the show has been writing to give their side of what’s really going down. This week, Jennifer continues to be at peace with her life and chooses to take the zen road…mostly. And Evelyn keeps it 100 and gives us some behind the scenes insider info about what she thinks of Jen’s friendships.
I honestly don’t understand how my cast mates find the energy to breathe after a day of so much hate towards each other. I decided to apologize to Royce because it was the right thing to do. After all, she didn’t sleep with my husband or do anything to physically harm me so the line of no return hasn’t been crossed.