Discussion in 'TV + Film' started by Smoke My Cigar, May 30, 2009.
Honestly, I think she’s just being honest and living her truth.
Sutton’s deadpan Georgian delivery really breaks up the LA girl monotony of this show. Same could be said for Erika’s Southern drawl and cackle. And Child of the World’s pick-n-mix inflections before she simmered that down.
There’s something special about Sutton’s delivery in particular though. Probably that I’m partial to deadpan humour… Also I love that Kyle is doing her best “serious actress” work and Sutton gives her nothing. One of the reasons I enjoyed Denise so much. For me it’s so much more interesting watching these cast members be themselves than watching a fully orchestrated drama.
The flops found without an invitation
Yes, my team! The dream team!
The taglines are here, and Dorit's made me gasp:
Kyle extending her world record of Most Amount of Shit Taglines with 12. Not many can say that.
Half are fucking dreadful, not Garcelle or Sutton's though
Those taglines are tragic
Has Kyle ever had a good tagline?
Why didn't Kyle start hers with "In this town..." so we could at least have a kii about it? She really doesn't know how to feed the gays.
Kyle's is so beige and nothing-y. Just like Kyle! Sutton's is really the only solid one.
Maybe I'll stan Diane's if she ends up actually being a willain.
Not Crystal stealing Kim's sister goddamn tagline!!!
This are all different shades of shit. I cackled at Garcelle’s though, she’s great.
They’re ALL awful and just rehashes of better taglines. On brand for RHOBH though.
Rinna’s is great, but this thread isn’t ready for that conversation!
I actually enjoy it, but the delivery of it could easily end up haunting me in my sleep. We shall see.
Kyle not giving a nod to Halloween like: “These girls are going to have a harder time sticking a knife in my back than you know who [wink]” is such a missed opportunity.
"If you come for me, I will hit you in the head with a bag of bricks!"
Oh my god. Swipe through these for a scream.
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