Hello Orange County fans. This week is all about performance art, or the art of the performance. Gretchen was finally preparing for her PCD performance, Alexis pondered her career, and Heather hovered around the idea of coming back to acting. Let's see what became of our thespians. . .
We open with Gretchen visiting Alexis at home. Alexis wants to get Gretchen's input on her recent Fox Five appearance – and as it turns out Gretchen is a great person to get an opinion from. You see, Gretchen was offered the job at Fox Five first. Alexis is shocked first by this news, and then secondly by Gretchen’s decision to mention it to her. It doesn’t seem like Gretchen was trying to be vindictive, but one wonders if it could have gone without saying. . .the tension between these two is starting to make me nervous.
Gretchen suggests that Alexis try a hosting coach, which never hurts. Let’s all learn something new every day, just like Alexis admitted that the learned that her boobs were popping out of that shirt. . .
So Alexis tosses the idea to Jim that she start training for her role at the station. There's still the lingering issue of where her careers fit into the marriage contract. Jim's worried the part-time responsibilities will spin out into full-time, but Alexis doesn't want to be a stay-at-home mom anymore. I guess Jim's just going to have to deal.
If I had to choose between who to be friends with Gretchen it would be Alexis. How you can completely forget how vile & nasty that Tamra was to you on a daily basis is amazing! Luckily for you she has moved on from her need to torment you. Unluckily for your friend Alexis it is her turn. BRAVO, please, plese , please know that young girls are watchign these shows and you are giving them the ultimate mean girl to copy.
"unless you are a makeup artist for the walking dead." Too funny! I hope being a "makeup artist" is not her real job.
I am so tired of all the women bickering and one upping each other on every single housewives show. Please go back to the fun spirited shows that you started with.
We really want positive shows, not the mean spirited ones.