There's another racism scandal on the Real Housewives, this time between RHONY's Luann and Eboni. Oof, you're so angry! Jacques breaks it all down before getting into the convoluted Mare of Easttown finale, The Celebrity Apprentice Australia, and the latest news that Chris Harrison has been replaced on Bachelor In Paradise.
Jacques also reveals Garcelle's scheme to take down Kyle on RHOBH, before bringing on Zack Peter of the #NoFilter podcast to get into Bethenny Frankel's shady new wine line and the downfall of her Skinnygirl brand. They also discuss the new Vanderpump Rules cast and gay Pride being taken over by annoying straight people.
00:00 Intro chit chat
03:30 Garcelle's evil scheme exposed
13:00 RHONY (Eboni vs Luann)
34:00 Mare of Easttown finale
36:00 Chris Harrison dumped from BIP
38:50 Celebrity Apprentice Australia
42:00 Bethenny's wine flop
57:00 Vanderpump Rules new cast
1:14:00 RHOBH (Crystal vs Sutton)
1:28:00 Pride is for straight people now?
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