There was a lot out there about Emily's life, what she really wanted (which was NOT to stay home and breed a houseful of young-uns), all the plastic surgery, how she spent her time (NOT in the kitchen baking cookies), her NO-job history, etc., yet she was portrayed as something she wasn't on the show and that's what most people believed, even most people on the B'ette board. Dear sweet tragic Emily, only looking for a daddy for her little girl, none of the outrageous spending of other people's money, lack of ambition to get an education or a job. Then we were supposed to believe that she found her life's ambition: saving children in Africa! Good, I look forward to seeing more of that, and not just for publicity. I will definitely not be watching Sean's season. I guess it took two nauseating doses of Emily for me to finally stop watching this show completely.