Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Let's Just Assume It was a Bowl-a-Thon for MS?

Here are "Real Housewives of D.C." villains Tareq and Michaele Salahi last night at the relaunch of Strike at Bowlmor Lanes in Bethesda, Maryland. (I don't think I ever admitted this on the blog, but I did finally cave in and watch this one.) As god-awful as these two were -- and believe me, their inability to give a straight answer to even the most basic question could push the sanest person over the edge -- they were far from being the worst people on the show. Mary Schmidt Amons is not only dingbat, she couldn't even hide her petty jealousy of the couple, repeatedly accusing them of "hijacking our show" when she wasn't busy making snide comments about Michaele's former job as a makeup saleswoman at her local mall back when. (Um, aren't they part of "our"?) Lynda Erkiletian thinks it's a badge of honor to be rude and insulting to people's faces so she can boast that she's not "two-faced." (You're not two-faced, Lynda, your one "face" is pure ugly.) Why she thinks it's her place to tell everyone what they can and cannot do is anyone's guess. Cat Ommanney has her issues -- she can't even feign politeness if something isn't her "scene"? -- but at least is a bit of fun. And Stacie, who was by far the most sane and likable person throughout the season, had to go and ruin it by dragging her god into my civil rights. Why don't we let the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints make laws regarding black people in 2010? You're smarter than that, Stacie. Shame on you. And as awful as you all were, "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast member Camille Grammer makes you all seem like decent human beings. Don't even get me started ...

1 comment:

Brian said...

I actually feel a little bit sorry for Camille Grammer.

Sure, she's a bit dopey and spoiled. But she seems to be well-intentioned.

When she talks about renting out uteruses to make her children and stuff, I don't think she means to brag. I think she's just not savvy enough to realize that some people would read it that way.