She calls it the “seven‑year‑debt saga.”
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Why is the good guy who is emotionally available, great in bed, and has a successful career labeled “boring,” and passed over for the bad boy?
This week’s episode is a total snoozefest.
Shouldn’t LeeAnne be the villain on this show?
Even without a big cliffhanger, The Catch closes its first season with a strong finale.
Dude, you are lucky to be married to Brandi.
Face it, Fitz: There is no Vermont. There is no jam.
Listen, Alice: Your outfits and hair are amazing, but you can’t take down a crime syndicate by yourself.
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People aren’t supposed to behave reasonably on this show.
This episode was fantastic.
Tiffany, you must know this is a bad idea.
“The Benefactor” deepened my love of this slick, sudsy show.
Liv doesn’t want any more blood on her hands.
Is a trip to the strip club necessary? No. Will it cause drama? Yes.
I am officially done with Olake’s toxic relationship.
Alice and Ben are really becoming multi-layered characters.
This show is quickly becoming one my favorite spring/summer shows.
The Lone Star State finally gets its own Housewives franchise.