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Are you on Team Bethenny or Team Jill?  This is how I have decided the current season of The Real Housewives of New York City is going down.  Honestly,  last season, I found Bethenny and Jill to be very annoying.  However, this season, I am all team Bethenny.

Let’s be honest: neither is perfect. I mean Bethenny has made mistakes, but I think she has admitted it and said sorry.  I think Jill completely overreacted and is now sad because she is missing out on all of these exciting moments in Bethenny’s life. 

Okay, I don’t really care that much because it is just a show.  But I think for now I’m going with team Bethenny.  I think she is trying to grow up and wants to move on, and I like Alex too.  I have always thought her and Simon were a bit eccentric, but I also think she is pretty level headed.

Okay, there is my quick analysis of a completely ridiculous show that is definitely a guilty pleasure!

Comments

Kaolee said…
Definitely Team Bethenny. I feel like Jill is very hard to talk to. I remember when Alex wanted to talk to her about the message that she delivered and she just wouldn't take the time out to talk about it. And Jill talks way loud (well, they all do) but for some reason, Jill is the loudest :)

I know, it's sad that I'm watching these crazy people and talking about them.
Across the Pond said…
Thank goodness we are on the same team! :) I have always been team Bethenny, even before the feud between her and Jill, it's almost the weekend!!!
Freck said…
I'm totally team Bethenny. She seems the most real all the time, even when she is pregnant and hormonal!

P.S. Love that you thought of me when you put on your nude heels this morning! So cute! :) Have a great weekend!!

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