Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives’ Virus Spreads to Dallas + a Town Near D.C. (?)
From the network that brought you Woman Sneaks Into White House State Dinner and Woman Says "Get Off My Jock" As If That's Clever and Woman Pulls Woman's Hair and Woman Accuses Woman Of Stealing House and Woman Helps Boyfriend Lie About Cancer Prognosis and Woman Bleeds Through Shirt As Consequence Of Experimental Leech Treatment comes Real Housewives of Dallas and Real Housewives of a City You've Never Heard of Near Washington, D.C., Bravo announced today (November 11).
Have you heard of the Real Housewives? Real Housewives is a TV show that infects women with a potent virus that makes them say things like "Who gon' check me, boo?" or consider tax evasion or scream "That's my opinion!" while imposing judgment.
Here's Tamra Judge of Real Housewives of Orange County screaming "That's my opinion!" while imposing judgment.
Anyway, Real Housewives of Potomac will premiere in January and follow "social butterfly" Charrisse Jackson-Jordan and "restaurateur" Ashley Darby among others. In the trailer (you can watch here) the budding stars say things like "If you don't behave yourself in Potomac, you might be asked to leave," and "In Potomac, you must conduct yourself with proper etiquette," which are crazy things to say and probably not that true about life in Maryland.
The Real Housewives of Dallas doesn't have a trailer yet but it's coming soon. Rest assured, its cast members are dreaming up wacky catchphrases like "How 'bout ride me, cowboy!" or "Ten-gallon hat? More like ten-gallon mimosa!" which are in keeping with Texas' enduring culture.
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