Tonight's the night — Bethenny has her baby girl and it's a whomper of an episode — sweet, funny, sincere and real (like the series itself.)
I am getting a lot of e-mails this morning about" Pea Puree-gate," and this issue comes up next week for sure on the show. I know there will also be a deeep dive into this at the reunion. Did you think otherwise? What I know is that Alex asserts that he didn't steal it and there's no footage of him taking Ed's peas. Do we believe him?? Did he bring and buy peas???
Leave it to D.C. to be the city where a Top Chef winner is steeped in scandal. Last night there were parties at Palm Restaurants across the country, and after the show in D.C., Bruce Bozzi Jr. unveiled the now-notorious winner's characature.
I am a guest on The Colbert Report tonight, and I have to say I'm a little nervous. Maybe I'm actually a little nervous and maybe I am a lot nervous — I can't decide. Or maybe I'm fine about it. Anyway, it'll be on tonight on Comedy Central and you can judge for yourself how I netted out in the end.
Have a great day.
Andy, I believe I have a terrific idea for next year…Real Housewives OF NYC CAST of 2010-2011: Bethenny [Jason, Bryn] Alex [Simon] Ramona [Mario] Sonja GUEST visits from: Andy Cohen & his significant other--invited to parties, events--why not? We ALL LOVE YOU...You are funny, adorable, great guest Jason's adorable folks Bethenny's assistants: Julie, Max Shawn [event planner]
I truly believe it would be a terrific show…without the mean spirited drama of this year's show Why do I think it would work? Bethenny's Getting Married is this kind of show--funny, warm, some bickering…but NEVER MEAN SPIRITED
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I've enjoyed Double Exposure and Bethenny Getting Married even more than the 'Housewives' shows, and judging from the conversation around the office water cooler, so have others. I think it is because they seem more real, and the personalities more relatable to the viewing audience, as opposed to the high drama and luxury lifestyles on the housewives shows, though interesting to observe. My question is when will we see Bethenny Frankel, and Marcus and Indrani again? Thanks for your intuitive programming, Tina
Andy you are the best! I use to watch everything on Bravo but now I am down to Bethany, Kathy, Jeff, and you. All the rest is just CRAP!!!!!!
I am not sure how it works but this episode needs to win an Emmy (Bethenny/Bryn) or whatever award you can get. The entire show is amazing, and pitch-perfect, but this one was unbelievable. I don't think I have ever laughed/then cried/then laughed/then cried so much in my life watching an episode of tv. It was genius, Bethenny is a star, and I am glad you have given her a forum to shine in. And I really hope you get the recognition you deserve for this episode in particular.
The re-enactment on Colbert was awesome. You (and Colbert) need to do that more often. God it was funny.
Wow. I really enjoyed you on The Colbert Report. You have so much energy and the script reading bit was truly hilarious, "Bethany"!!!! I can't wait to watch your talk show but all I find is that here, in Pompano Beach. Monday, 11:00 PM... It's a date.
Love Bethenny's Getting Married. GREAT SHOW. I noticed Jill Zarin tweeted she was watching Jersey Shore.It was at the same time BGM comes on in Florida. Was Jill making a point to say she was NOT watching Bethenny's show?
Andy, Please can we update the full episode selection? The last two of Top Chef and RH of NJ, where are they? Or should I write all the sponsers that are paying big bucks for these two shows?
Andy, I do not think all blog comments are displayed. I never see mine- is it because they are not favorable to Danielle?
I'm so excited to see the newest episode of Bethenny Getting Married! I would love for Bravo.com to be able to update the full episodes links. They are definitely a couple of weeks old now and I hope to be able to watch the newest episodes again and again! PLEASE!! Thanks!!
~A devoted Bravo Fan