Below Deck Sailing Yacht's Alli Dore stops by to spill all the salty seawater about the new season of the Bravo series. She opens up about the love triangles on the show, what it was like filming in a covid bubble, overcoming body insecurities and being pansexual.
Before that, Jacques rants about The Bachelor fandom again and gets into Chris Harrison lawyering up to take on the Woke Police. He also gets into The Real Housewives of New Jersey faking scenes, Brandi Redmond's bad year, Cardi B and Candace Owens' stupid Grammys beef, Temptation Island's crazy threesome, the premiere of Mama June: Road To Redemption, and he responds to getting another one star review from a karen.
00:00 Intro/Respond to bad review
3mins Chris Harrison hits back/Bachelor fans are dumb
7mins Cardi B vs Candace Owens
9mins RHONJ is fake?
11mins RHOD/Brandi Redmond
14mins Temptation Island
17mins Mama June Road to Redemption
20mins Below Deck / Alli Dore Interview
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