Nadine Rajabi

Ep 13: Asa puts down her 10,000-pound rock and GG finds her butthole.

on Feb 70

Before we dive in, be sure to check out this week's after show:

The last two episodes of Shahs have been the best two episodes of reality television that I’ve ever seen. Of course, there was normal Shahs debauchery like body shots and potty humor, but I feel like these episodes have been very responsible, heartfelt, sincere, and EMOTIONAL! Kudos to my fellow Persians for showing their vulnerability and being so brave.

Let’s talk about The Shahs’ journeys of self-discovery (in no particular order)…

This episode, Reza learned that he broke up with Iran.

Asa discovered that she’s been carrying around a 10,000-pound rock, and she left it at the border.

MJ learned that she wants to have babies.

Mike learned what it was like to be in a Turkish bath.

And GG learned where her butthole is!

14 comments
Adoniat
Adoniat

I agree wholeheartedly.  I cried like a b*tch too and I'm Greek.  Not only did the last few episodes show emotion and depth...it got the viewers talking.  I think a lot of people learned more about Iran and the revolution not only from the show, but from some viewers as well.  Then to top it off with fun and laughter.


I hope to see more of this Shahs...with less fighting and NO MORE DIAMOND WATER INFOMERCIALS!

msperry
msperry

This is the first season that I've watched Shahs of Sunset.  While there were some rough and unpleasant times, I've really grown to like almost everyone on the show.  (not Lilly sorry).  The episodes in Turkey were very moving, I found myself crying more than once.

SelaLeah
SelaLeah

I can't help but think the lack of alcohol on this trip had a lot to do with everybody getting along.  The majority of the trips, excursions and parties we have seen revolve around freely flowing booze.  Don't know if it was Turkey's alcohol laws or respect for the prohibition of alcohol in their Islamic faith that kept the Shahs teetotalers on this vacation, but it was a very welcoming change. 

cinchy
cinchy

Mike's Turkish bath, dool story had me rolling on the floor laughing.  Oh,the visuals!

cinchy
cinchy

"Persian Sound of Music"


See, that's what I like about Reza.  He's funny.  It's just that his dark side is so mean, that I'm glad the good people, like Lilly, have distanced themselves from him.  He could be a good, nice person, but he doesn't see it. 

sc1107
sc1107

Very touching episodes. 

Sutekh
Sutekh

When is someone going to let Asa know that she is no musician, its just crap the noises she makes.

evanessa1
evanessa1

Why didn't MJ go to the border with them? Did she say she couldn't for some reason?

evanessa1
evanessa1

Why didn't MJ go to the border with them? Did she say she couldn't for some reason?

shysharon
shysharon

Why the love of a country that persecuted your family? It was very moving, but I would find nothing beautiful about a place that tried to wipe out my family

NorCalAnne
NorCalAnne

Nadine - I'm with you.  It was so emotional and gave us a great understanding of the Shahs group.  I was very moved.  I thought about Reza and Asa never being able to back to their familiar country of birth.  It was heartbreaking.  Very touching.

msmith76
msmith76

I like some of her stuff.  Its not bad.   I did not like her art show or what ever that debacle was.

BKing19
BKing19

@evanessa1  I think they didn't ask her.  I remember Asa saying something like the only ones she felt she could make that journey with was her mom and Reza.  

sc1107
sc1107

@shysharon  It wasn't the country that persecuted the family. if I fed my country to keep from being murdered I would still love my country.