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LindsayG423
LindsayG423

This is what I miss about the original season on RHOC.  The fun without the crazy drama.  It was more about their actual lives than middle-school drama with each other.  It's refreshing to see everyone getting along and I wish they would film more of this.  

chris120
chris120

It was so pleasant to watch these ladies, finally, having a fun time. No arguing, no digs, no backbiting, no tantrums and no Shannon. It seems that without Shannon everyone is finally able to get along and laugh. I really enjoyed watching them at this dinner party. Since I am Team Heather, I, also think Terry is very funny. 

queenann100
queenann100

@chris120 Chris120, obviously what you didn't know is that Shannon Beador sprouts angel wings from her back, butterflies land peacefully on her shoulders, and the warm morning sunshine creates a halo of peace and love around her being on a daily basis.  Meanwhile, Heather Dubrow is evil incarnate, is growing devil horns under her hairline, psychologically manipulates those who are good, shot JR, kidnapped the Lindbergh baby, and killed JFK.  See, if you had known that, you wouldn't have DARED to speak such an opinion out loud!  We'll make sure you get all the memos from now on. 

Fayeth
Fayeth

chris120 ~ It was totally Tamra who started the fiasco at Lizzie's party.  I don't think that would have ever happened if she hadn't decided to stir the pot. Trying to insinuate that Shannon is the root of all the drama is so off base and just shows that you didn't even need to add that you're "team Heather" because the rest of your post makes that obvious.

nexxie
nexxie

@chris120 Yeah, everyone gets along when Tamra and Heather aren't targeting anyone. Being "Team Somebody" sounds like junior high.

CrazyKoolaid
CrazyKoolaid

@queenann100 @chris120    I once heard a saying that I embraced.... "A day is not successful, without laughter".    queenann - You just made day!  Thanks....

Brenda.Maria
Brenda.Maria

@Fayeth @chris120 @nexxie There is no BRAVO police; therefore, Chris120 can post whether they are Team Heather or not.  Choosing to be part of the team of a housewife is not junior high.  Everyone gravitates towards the housewife of their choosing.  No need to get upset.

ALasVegasHousewife
ALasVegasHousewife

@Fayeth While I do agree with you that Tamra instigated what ensued between Heather and Shannon at Lizzie's home. SB came to Lizzie's already agitated, and looking to confront Heather for being asked to leave her home because she was becoming, once again, agitated, as SB usually is at most social functions. 

Fayeth
Fayeth

Brenda.Maria ~ Didn't know I was upset, just stating my opinion.

queenann100
queenann100

@ALasVegasHousewife @Fayeth Agree.  And more to the point, had Shannon not walked into the party and gone directly to Tamra with the whole "You said Terry wants to take us down" nonsense, nobody would've even been talking about it that night.  Tamra ran with the ball and dunked it, but Shannon passed it to her in the first place.

Fayeth
Fayeth

ALasVegasHousewife ~ I would get aggitated too if people were always starting things with me. 

sandi2
sandi2

@queenann100 YOU wrote a post on another vid. saying that gaslighting is false, because nobody can be responsible for someone else's behavior.  And now here you fully contradict yourself.

queenann100
queenann100

@sandi2 @queenann100 Do tell.  How am I contradicting myself?  Everybody IS responsible for their own behavior, in my opinion.  Tamara was responsible for stirring the pot at the dinner, and Shannon was responsible for kicking off the controversy in the first place.  Had Shannon not brought it up, nobody would've been talking about it.  But she did, and Tamra then took it to another level and kept the ball rolling. Each of them played a role. I don't see the contradiction there.  

sandi2
sandi2

@queenann100 @sandi2 Do you review your previous posts for continuity and consistent thought? "Had Shannon not brought it up..." on a previous post on another vid you wrote that one cannot CAUSE another to react. It was in reference to Shannon's emotional reaction to the actions of others.  Here, you in effect write the opposite.  Perhaps it is just that you do not recognize your own obvious bias against Shannon?  . Our office has been commissioned to conduct a social survey for book research that it would be great to have you participate in.  You would be compensated for you time.  

queenann100
queenann100

@sandi2 @queenann100 At no point did I say, or even intend to imply, that Shannon CAUSED Tamra's participation in the dinner debacle.  These are 2 separate things.  Tamra played her part, and Shannon played hers.  There is a "cause and effect" relationship here, however, that I think cannot be ignored.  Shannon walks into a room full of people, walks up to the one person she already knows lied to her once, and speaks to that very person about her role in saying another couple wants to "take them down."  That person (Tamra) then carries on with it through the whole party and makes it into an even bigger debacle.  Tamra is fully responsible for her role in disrupting that party... in no way is Shannon responsible for Tamra's choices.  BUT, we must admit that had Shannon not walked into the room and started that conversation, it's highly unlikely it would've come up that evening at all.  To then say that Shannon was disturbed by the chain of events, and not recognize her role in bringing the topic to the forefront, is akin to burying one's head in the sand.  Shannon brought up a topic that nobody was even speaking about prior to that moment.  Subsequent to that, Tamra made that topic into an even bigger mess.  Still 2 separate people responsible for their own roles in the situation.  Now...Shannon/Heather/Tamra disagreeing with each other about being "kicked out" or "yelled at" or what have you....everybody played their own role in that, as well.  But out of all of them, it was Shannon who lost complete control of herself and her behavior at that party.  Nobody else chose to react by running through the party, screaming about people "seeing the truth," and yelling in an out-of-control way.  Nobody CAUSED Shannon to do that, she chose that reaction. Nobody CAUSED Tamra to instigate at the dinner, she chose to do so. It's unlikely Shannon would've gone off the deep end had she not felt provoked, but she still behaved irrationally and has to take responsibility for her choice to behave as she did.  It's unlikely Tamra would've stirred the pot at dinner had Shannon not brought it up, but the choice to do so is still on Tamra herself. I have taken this stance from the beginning, so I would say my continuity is intact.  

7seven7
7seven7

@queenann100 @sandi2 oh course you would, queenie.  Refer back to the post from 'rodeo' regarding gaslighting, Who are you, really?