A Clear Picture

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Love Life, Shed Light, and the Rest Will Follow

Incredibly Moved

I Choose To Be Me

A Hair Raising Season!

The Usual Suspects

Man in the Mirror

Don't Get It Twisted!

Egos Unmask!

A Lot of Fireworks

What a Ride

Spare the Drama!

A Dreamer and a Fighter

Say My Name, Bitches!

Big Egos and Big Shields

A Little Miracle

All You Need Is Love

Rollercoaster Relationship

I Have A Heart

The Power of the Word

Cutting Up On Lina

Too X-Rated

Going Against The Grain

Crazy Energy

Thinking Big

The Little Lies of Miami Social

Take No Prisoners

A Legend In His Own Mind

Glam Oily Bodies

Work Hard, Play Hard

No Place Like It



Proud and Privileged

A Clear Picture

Ariel analyzes the relationships of Miami Social.

It’s a clear picture of this chemical addiction George has towards Lina. He clarifies to us that Lina is a drug and he cannot escape it. How terrible is it to love someone when you cannot really share your lives, thoughts and feelings with them. You feel as if you are talking to a wall or some imaginary delusion of a “seductive figure” that only exists in your mind. I'll tell you from my experience it's not a friendly or healthy feeling towards yourself.

Linafound a guy who calls her beautiful instead of HOT, George calls her back when she hangs up on him, he will stay awake just to watch her sleep, he wants to show her off to the world when she is in sweats, he holds her hand in front of his friends, he thinks she is just as pretty without makeup on. He is constantly reminding her how much he cares and how lucky he his is to have a woman like you, he turns to his friends and says, "that's her." This is the way he is.

No, No, No. George is in a self identity crisis, delusional and he lost himself. It's so painful for him that he's afraid to let go of that lusty spell that Lina has complete control over his mind. George is into her sexually; I can tell Lina is a tiger in bed. He gets so into her, he fights with her for sex, and she gives it and she wins with it, and the disturbing part she knows it. Then George takes that moment of passion to tell himself "she loves me" till it starts all over again. Me for example, I don't pretend to know what love is for everyone, but I can tell you what it is for me and how I feel.

Love is knowing all about someone, and still wanting to be with them more than any other person, love is trusting them enough to tell them everything about yourself, including the things you might be ashamed of, love is feeling comfortable and safe with someone, but still getting weak knees when they walk into a room and smile at you. When you know a person is not responding to you, you feel this form of rejection and all you want is the dream of them loving you and having the feeling of them loving you back. George wants justice with Lina but he will never receive it from her eventually the relationship will stop no matter what. If Lina lost the baby or had an abortion, only she can tell the truth and that’s up to her, but if you can't trust the person you probably know the truth. George at this point recognizes that no matter what Lina says he will analyze it and question it. It's  not a healthy relationship, it is self destructive and George is such a great guy that all of us have given multiple counts of advice and I can no longer help him as a friend, it's all in his hands.

Michael and Maria were there to help Katrina bring out here “inner whore” and they're single!  How exciting was it to watch Katrina hit a night out in South Beach? It looks to me when Michael and Maria want to help a friend  and I begin to see their value in that and respect that. Katrina did not release her “Inner whore” she still has feelings for Ben. They were together for thirteen years and if you're missing someone or holding back it’s a denial of not wanting to love or give into it because I believe she misses something about Ben that she loves, which stops her from meeting other men, and that she’s not ready to let go of him. Then again I can’t speak for her because it’s only what I see and feel but I don’t know how she really feels because I’m not under her skin.

Incredibly Moved

George explains why finding one's "inner whore" was the theme of the finale!

I actually have watched the finale half a dozen times from beginning to end and found myself incredibly moved (in many different directions)....

However one theme was evident:

Katrina and Ben finalized their chapter and embarked on new find their inner whores separately.

Maria decided she wants to start dating and prolong her life by finding her inner whore.

Michael did some self improvement=confidence=dating=inner whore.

Ariel shows his inner whore has some ethics.

Sorah has found the man to satisfy her inner whore...

Hardy figures out his inner whore probably just isn't ready to settle down yet......and me???

We'll, I've tried all season long to supress my inner whore and transcend my past to focus on one woman whom I would want to grow old with....I've really got nothing else to say...