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Dr. Tiffany Moon Explains Why She Didn’t Feel It Was “So Rude” To Set an End Time for Her Party
The RHOD newcomer told her guests the party would end at 10:30 p.m., and the cast had split reactions.
After opening up about wanting to get closer to her new group of friends, Dr. Tiffany Moon threw a make-your-own pizza party for The Real Housewives of Dallas ladies on the February 9 episode. Although the newcomer carefully planned each detail of the party (in the beginning of the episode, she even admitted to having a spreadsheet to make sure it went smoothly), there was one decision she made that left the women unsure how to feel: Tiffany told them they had to leave by 10:30 p.m.
Ahead of the get-together, Tiffany sent a text to the ladies that read: “Just to set up expectations: I’ll probably be wrapping up the party like at 10:30 [p.m.], because I have a meeting tomorrow and I want to be fresh for it. Can’t wait to see you all tonight.”
The cast members had mixed reactions to Tiffany’s message. “I was actually looking forward to coming to a pizza party at Tiffany’s, but then you’re already telling us we have to be out of your hose by 10:30 [p.m.],” said Kary Brittingham. “I mean, I am already feeling disinvited and I am not even there yet.”
Kameron Westcott noted that she felt it would have been more polite to include the end time in the original invitation, and even set an alarm for 10:22 [p.m.] so that the women could leave the Moon residence promptly at 10:30 [p.m.]. Kameron reflected on her alarm in response to a Twitter user who said they were “deceased” over her decision to set one, to which Kameron replied, “I will always follow the rules.”
Stephanie Hollman, on the other hand, was totally in support of Tiffany’s time limit. “I usually go to bed at like 9:30 or 10 [p.m.], so I’m like, I’m not mad about it!” she said during the episode.
After the episode, Tiffany took to Twitter to explain her reasoning behind the party’s end time.
“I didn’t know that ending a party at 10:30PM was so rude,” she wrote. “I was setting expectations so you can tell your sitter what time you’ll be home, plan your evening, and be fresh for the next day. I like schedules.”
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