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Paige Reveals How She Really Feels About Craig's “Loud" and "Obnoxious" Behavior
In a Winter House first look, Paige asks Amanda for advice about how best to handle Craig's "loud" personality.
The second season of Winter House marks the first time that Craig Conover and Paige DeSorbo are living together as a couple for several, uninterrupted weeks straight. While the two were initially excited at the prospect at staying together in the Stowe ski chalet, they knew that there would be some growing pains along the way.
In a first look for the October 20 episode, Paige opens up to Amanda Batula about Craig's loud personality, and about her fears that he may get into disagreements with her friends. Amanda relates to Paige by sharing what she does when her husband, Kyle Cooke, is behaving that way.
"Do what I do: Craig you have to apologize, and then, you run to your friends and you talk s--t about him," Amanda advises. "They're just children."
Later on in the video, Kyle and Amanda discuss how Craig and Paige are doing in the house. "Craig's such a big goofball," Kyle says, before Amanda refers to the Southern Charm cast member as "out of control."
Kyle asks his wife if Paige has ever said anything about Craig's behavior. "She obviously doesn't love when he goes from 0 to 100," Amanda says. "They're also long distance, and they've never spent this much time [together]. They just don't have their own space. They have to go back to the same room at night."
Paige herself recognizes that Craig can be a lot to handle — which is one of the things she likes most about him. "Do I totally disagree with some of Craig's behavior?" Paige asks herself in an interview. "A thousand percent."
The Summer House cast member explains that she's dated guys who are "perfect in every situation," and that they eventually "bored" her.
"There's something about the loud, obnoxious, messiness of Craig that I innately am drawn to," she adds. "Even if there are things that annoy the s--t out of me."