Things haven’t been fine between Karen and Drita for most of the season on Mob Wives. Their friendship has been tested constantly ever since Karen returned to Staten Island, and in this sneak peek of the final episode of the season, things get ugly.
“It’s important to state the fact that you were not my friend when I hooked up with Lee,” Drita tells Karen in a tense argument over drinks. “Now all this s— is starting to sound real fishy to me,” Karen explains. “I’m almost starting to think she’s trying to prove her timeline so much because maybe she was f—ing Lee the whole time I was with him.” And when you have this kind of miscommunication, it’s not going to end well. Why, oh why, did they have to pick a rooftop bar to film this conversation? That just seems dangerous.
The season finale of Mob Wives airs this Sunday, June 26th, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Can we all just agree that we shouldn’t ask these people to hang out anymore?
New York City matchmaker Siggy Flicker is joining the VH1 family this fall for a new show about dating in the Big Apple. The show, titled Siggy Flicker, will premiere on the network on October 16, 2011. The full press release is after the jump, and to get to know Flicker a bit better, check out her website, AskSiggy.com.
[Photo: Siggy Flicker/Flickr]
One of the things about Tami Roman that’s so refreshing is how honest she is. So when we asked her what she thinks of Meeka Claxton, the newest cast member of Basketball Wives, she did not dance around that subject.
“I do not like her at all. The new girl. Meeka. Can’t stand her,” Tami told us, hinting at some upcoming tension between them, which will be especially dramatic on tonight’s episode. “I think that a lot of people will feel my pain. They will understand where I’m coming from when I say I don’t like the new girl,” she continued, and then proposed that Evelyn Lozada whip up some “No Team Meeka” t-shirts. Maybe an anti-Meeka movement is what it will take to get Tami and Evelyn’s friendship back on track.
Basketball Wives airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
We’ve joked before about how most of the drama on Audrina in fact comes from mama Lynn Patridge and not Audrina herself. And because Lynn has proven herself to be supremely entertaining, if maybe just slightly bonkers sometimes, we wanted to salute the matriarch of the Patridge family with a gallery in honor of her ten craziest moments.
She’s seen her share of fights this season, but let’s not forget about the good times she’s had with her children, her hubby Mark, and of course, with The Donald himself. And we managed to pause the show just in time to catch screengrabs of them all. Without further adieu, here’s Lynn Patridge, frozen in time.
10. The Olden Days
9. Down The Hatch
8. The Gun Show
7. Put A Ring On It
6. You’re Hired
5. That Don’t Impress Me Much
4. The Big Fight
2. Face Lift
1. No Woman, No Cry
If you’re a fan of Basketball Wives but wish you had even more off-the-court entertainment in your life, get ready for Basketball Wives L.A., coming this summer.
The new series, produced by the original Basketball Wives mastermind and queen bee Shaunie O’Neal will take a closer look at a new group of women 3,000 miles from Miami, but with just as much drama in their lives. The new cast includes Kimsha Artest (wife of Ron Artest, Los Angeles Lakers), Jackie Christie (wife of Doug Christie, former player for the Los Angeles Clippers), Imani Showalter (ex-fiance of Stephen Jackson, Charlotte Bobcats), and perhaps most dramatic of all, sisters Laura and Gloria Govan, whose lives and relationships we’re already pretty familiar with from Gloria’s appearance on season one of Basketball Wives. The new show is set to premiere on Monday, August 29th at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
For the full press release and photos of the newest wives, read on.
It’s the season finale of Saddle Ranch! Some doors are closing, others are opening. Kameron got Vajazzled and took four pregnancy tests. It’s a lot to process, but all I know is that I’m gonna miss these foul-mouthed, whiskey-swilling ragamuffins.
We’ve said it before, but Saddle Ranch is a secretly heartwarming show, and this episode was no different in the feel-good department. Except for when Rachel was kind of a downer. But besides that, it was all warm fuzzies!
The Patridge family might not be done healing from their season-long rift, but they’re well on their way. And it’s nothing a wacky photo shoot can’t fix!
Things were going so well for all the ladies on Mob Wives this week. Until Karen gave Drita her book.