One thing is for sure, I don’t think I could live in Dallas. The fashion is as loud as the women! OK, that is probably a gross generalization, but this show is NOT helping my opinion of Dallas. The word ‘class’ starts flying right out of the gate this episode where the fight from last week rages on. Hint, if you use the word “class,” chances are you haven’t got any.
I am still wondering why I am wasting my time watching this crap. Is anyone else watching The Real Housewives Of Dallas? I also still don’t know what “bow at me” means! Oh well.
So a mere 30 seconds in, Brandi says the word “poop.” I’m beginning to tire of her infantile behavior, limited vocabulary, baby voice and utter vapidness. Apparently she has 2 dogs and a bunny, which probably poop all over her house.
The preview for this episode of The Real Housewives Of Dallas hints Brandi (an ex-Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader) will get raunchy at a strip joint. Shoot me now. I figure if even 20% of the women who watch this show read this review, it will have been read by 10 people. The show is that bad.
I’m going to bounce around a lot because that’s what happens during these shows, so bare with me.
Lord help me. I’m not sure I can sit through this drivel again. This week’s Mad As A Hatter description of the Real Housewives of Dallas when I hit the info button stated “LeeAnne enlists a designer to create an extravagant hat for the Mad Hatters Tea Party.” Really? This is interesting? Really?
If everything is bigger in Texas why isn’t this cast? There are only 5 of them in this premier season of The Real Housewives of Dallas. Brandi, Tiffany, Cary, Stephanie and LeeAnne. After initial introductions, I now know why. More of these airheads would make me throw something through my TV. But this is just the premiere episode of a new city. It could get better. Right?