I actually liked these ladies. I would have preferred that they continue the show without the Salahis.
At least, these women were smart, worked, had great charities, etc., and mostly looked real - not like overage hoo*ers!
For me, they could have cancelled OC and continued this one.
To Thine Own Self Be True
Ah, darn! The Salami's had to go and ruin it.
"Not my circus. Not my monkeys"
~~ Old Polish Proverb ~~
But I donít want to go among mad people," Alice remarked.
"Oh, you canít help that," said the Cat: "weíre all mad here.
there was something about this show that always made me a bit uncomfortable. These women didn't want anyone messing with their social or political status, period. I don't think I'll miss them.
I don't always act like a bitch; but when I do, I'm the lead float in the bitch parade.
An article in today's "Washington Post" said that the Salahi's attended Charlie Sheen's show last night in D.C. I doubt they paid for tickets. Their faces are their tickets of admission.
Probably invited, to make Chuckles seem normal by comparison.
Just my opinion. The Salahis AND Bravo ruined it. They could have just kicked those two off but...
Ebong couldn't even save that show. Frankly, I found his name and personage to be the most interesting thing about that show. I liked Cat on and off; and I really liked her husband (now ex) I thought he was sort of nerdy handsome and i had a little crush on him, lol. I was sad when I heard the end of their marriage as abrupt as it was. But without the Salahis, everyone was relatively normal....with money. They had quirks but weren't apt to pull hair or be a middle aged trollop (I hope i'm spelling that right, lol).