‘This is the end, my only friend, the end,’ sang Jim Morrison. And just like that awful melancholy song, all the children are insane in the Real Housewives of Melbourne season finale.
Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it, and so we, similarly, are doomed to watch Part Two of the Real Housewives of Melbourne’s trip to Dubai.
Like death and taxes, we are destined to see the destruction of humanity through the lens of this week’s Real Housewives.
Happy Easter everyone! Jesus died so we could watch some pre-menopausal women get stuck into each other; so let’s dig into another episode of the Real Hot Potatoes of Melbourne.
Pack your finest formal wear, call your wedding dress designer/planner/friend, because wedding bells are ringing!
It’s time to get stuck into another episode of the Real Hot Messes of Melbourne, where a few old hen’s come back to roost from the previous episode (while the regular hens that populate the show continue to argue.)
It’s Mardi Gras weekend, peoples! In the spirit of acceptance and advancing social freedoms for marginalized groups, let’s watch some highly-strung women yell about stuff!
As with any good horror anthology series, episode two of the Real Hairpieces of Melbourne starts with a ‘Previously on…’, which reminds us how this all happened. It’s all about the fallout from Susie’s baking day, and Pettifleur’s ‘black widow’ comment.
The Real Housewives of Melbourne are back. Now in it’s third season, and certified as an overseas success after airing in the US and UK, the ladies are back to drink champagne, fight, go on unnecessary holidays, rinse and repeat.