Ep. 71: Megan and D spent their Friday night at an apartment painting party turned karaoke/dance party and it was epic. Also, Megan's best friend from Portland was in town for a wedding so there was a lot of alcohol involved. Plus, Jay-Z and Beyonce's vow renewal, new music from Nicki Minaj, a DUI, the Kardashians on Celebrity Family Feud, Drake invited on the Maury Povich Show, Rebecca Black's return, drama at the Tony Awards and MORE!
Do we marry for love or a green card? That's the conundrum TLC presents us in their 90 Day Fiancé reality television series. In this Human Meme podcast, David Boles discovers love is always bound in money, and tied to the anchor of green card citizenship.
Erin breaks down her thoughts on 90 Day Fiance and The Real Housewives Of Atlanta. Inside scoops on Chateau Sheree and her prison BAE, juicy intel on Kentucky David & Annie’s REAL story - and more! (Look for a Bonus Episode on the COBU cult coming soon.)Join the Facebook group: Pink Shade With Erin MartinFollow Erin on Twitter & Instagram @ErinLeahMartinCheck out Erin's recaps on RealityTea.comTune into The Jenny McCarthy Show on ch 109 of SiriusXM Stars every week for Erin & Jenny dishing all things Housewives on Real Housewives Roundup!
An in-depth discussion on the 90 Day Fiance Tell All Part 1, as well as 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days! Join me on: Patreon Bonus Episodes! www.patreon.com/realitv FB https://www.facebook.com/groups/114353442610036/IG www.instagram.com/realitvpodTwitter www.twitter.com/realitvpodYouTube https://tinyurl.com/y7bybsevHomepage: www.realitvpodcast.wordpress.com
Intro/outro music: “Gay Bar Videogame” by The Wildbunch http://freemusicarchive.org/music/The_Wildbunch/Gay_Bar/Gay_Bar_videogame 1:52 Introducing this month’s show 3:20 Concept + episodic structure 7:23 Previous experiences with show 8:36 Introducing this month’s article 11:02 Stereotypes: commodities, victims, and victimizers 12:36 Jorge and Anfisa 18:05 Most stereotypical/least sympathetic of storylines 19:07 Russian women as “victimizers” 20:21 Russian sex ratio imbalances 22:02 Jorge and Anfisa on tell-all episode 23:24 Matt and Alla 27:31 Cultural differences around marriage b/w Alla and Matt’s family 29:37 Is Alla “victimizer” stereotype like Anfisa or is this different? Is stereotype rooted in anxieties about modern marriage? 31:40 Presence of child makes couple more sympathetic 33:20 Chantel and Pedro 35:40 Runs counter to traditional ‘mail-order bride’ narrative 37:37 Show’s ‘male gaze’ 39:30 Are we more sympathetic b/c of cultural bias toward romantic love? 42:15 Departing from standard narrative in terms of age, gender and race 44:06 But still traditional conception of gender and marital roles 45:53 Nicole and Azan 50:34 Should Azan have been surprised about Nicole’s weight? 52:44 Hard to read Azan b/c he didn’t come off as “eager for a green card” 54:15 Cultural differences: religion, PDA, and gender roles 56:17 Contrasting depiction of their families 58:23 Praising counter-stereotypical portrayal of Morocco 58:57 Contrasts b/w main series and Happily Ever After 1:00:12 Over-the-top style of spin-off made Mike question some of the authenticity in main series 1:01:32 JS’s instinctive read on show’s authenticity 1:02:44 More examples of possible producer manipulation; Mike’s Grand Unified Theory on show’s authenticity 1:04:57 Role of technology, particularly video chat 1:08:32 JS thinks show’s appeal lies in authentic portrayal of both success and failure 1:10:35 Mike thought show was most interesting when it was more ambiguous than straight success/failure dichotomy 1:12:01 Does show have a message regarding these kinds of marriages? 1:15:58 Debuting our totally original rating system 1:16:11 Upcoming episodes 1:18:49 Announcements: email, rate/review, and subscribe
Have yall been watching 90 Day Fiancé? Well if not get on it, its the craziest thing I've ever seen and it's making me question what friendship means. I can't wait to talk about this with you. Episode 18 OMG! I have a new exhibition coming up September 29th at boundary. I would for you to attend. Journey of a Rap StarSeptember 29th- November 3rd, 2018. Opening Reception September 29th at 5:30-pm www.missgraham.com www.boundarychicago.space
Learn prison finger-pointing etiquette, how to wear your pants the correct length, how to choose the WRONG color foundation for television, and when it IS appropriate to ask your partner for a DNA test. In this episode we wrap up 90 Day Fiance - Before the 90 Days Season 2 with ALL the gossip from the Tell All. Visit Poshmark.com or download the Poshmark app and use invite code 90dayfiance to get $5 off your first purchase. (Hint, hint, Rachel!)
Jenn & Kyle send their auras to the reality realm! Jenn researches true love of people who barely know each other from all around the world in 90 Day Fiance! And Kyle goes to the American south to witness rich white people live excessively in Southern Charm.
Matt Sharp is Producer of the hit shows 90 Day Fiancé and 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90s Days on TLC. He explains how the show was created, how the show is cast, and the insane things that happen during filming.Reality television producer Aliza Rosen reviews this season of Flipping Out. Watch What Crappens co-host Ronnie Karam discusses an episode of Don't be Tardy. Reality Life with Kate Casey www.loveandknuckles.comFacebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/113157919338245/Facebook.com/loveandknucklesTwitter: @katecaseyInstagram: @katecaseyca
Oh what a Sunday! Due to me not wanting my kids to end up like Paul, Angela, or Moneybags Max, I will not be able to recap Teen Mom 2 or Married at First Sight this week. I'll be touching on them in this week's Patreon later this week though! Also, head on over to Twitter for live tweets during MAFS. However, let's get into some Before the 90 Days (0:00)! Angela, oh Angela, hallowed be thy name. Thy passport come, thy will be done, in Nigeria as it is in Alabama. Or Georgia?? Over on Unexpected (46:52), Shannon causes me to lose my voice. I'm not kidding. RICOLA!!!!!!! Find Jodie @realiTVpod on www.patreon.com/realitvpod www.instagram.com/realitvpod www.facebook.com/groups/realitvpod www.twitter.com/realitvpod www.realitvpodcast.com email@example.com Jodie now Cohosts “Moms on the Rocks” Podcast w Carrie from “Sip and Shine Podcast”! @MomsOTR www.instagram.com/momsOTR www.twitter.com/momsOTR www.facebook.com/groups/momsOTR www.momsontherockspodcast.com
In this bonus episode, we review all the Season 6 couples to prepare for October 21. Kim is in England this week, but we'll be back next week to review Episodes 9 and 10 of Before the 90 Days Season 2.
Tonight hosts Alex Bowers, Stacey Olivas, and Linda Antwi recap a cringe-worthy episode TLC’s 90 Day Fiance. It was definitely a rough landing for the couples. We talk family drama, financial issues, and so much more. Plus, you don’t want to miss our special segment “What Do You Think” and our juicy news and gossip. Join the 90 Day party. Meeting and marrying in less than three months might sound unreal, but we’re here to tell you the truth on the 90 DAY FIANCE AFTER SHOW. We’ll follow along with all the couples as they embark on the speed dating session of a lifetime. Long-distance relationships have challenges that are sometimes difficult to overcome but consider if the distance traveled was halfway around the world and a couple had just 90 days to decide whether the courtship should conclude with marriage. That's the situation facing the men and women profiled in this series, which shares the complexities of international romances. Using a visa that allows foreign fiancees of American citizens to travel to the U.S., the men and women experience life in the States with their prospective mates for the first time. Culture and language barriers must be overcome -- not to mention the stigma of being thought of as mail-order spouses -- but here's the elephant in the room: The couples must marry before the visas expire in 90 days, or else the visitors have to immediately return to their countries. With the clock ticking, these couples discover if their "happily ever after" is meant to be.