Southern Charm Season 8 Premiere Synopsis: Great Past Shows

Southern charm

great predictions

Season 8

episode 1

Editor’s Rating

2 stars

Photo: Bravo

Doesn’t it seem like a billion years since we last saw it Southern charmAn antebellum sorority mixer in a farmhouse? It’s been so long that I don’t even remember John Pringle, a sexy character actor that you have to stop on IMDb just to remember who he played with Ozark. It seems like not much has changed in the South, and things certainly haven’t changed with our team of adorable dolls…and Katherine, who is just a doll.

First, we have to get to know the whole crew again. Austin and Shep are still in the same bar, still drinking Trop Hop, completely unaware that they are both too old to have jobs, no partners, and no children in between. If idle hands are devil’s toys, then Shep and Austin are anal beads. while, summer house Superstar Craig Conover has transformed himself into a pillow mogul dressed as a shift manager at Best Buy. It actually works well. He removed all the asbestos from his house and laid half the floor of his living room. In the old days, half of the asbestos would be taken out and completely laid on the ground.

We only get a short check-in with Patricia and Whitney, who use vodka to mop the floor after he picks up all the dog poop. The sad news is that Michael, Patricia’s longtime charming butler, has had a massive stroke and is now a paralyzed. Whitney is Patricia’s current maid and he’s as good at it as Taylor Swift is at not writing about her breakout.

This Cruella de Ville, Madison LeCroy show only shows briefly and we don’t get much of it. Same goes for Pringle, but now that he’s back, he won’t be able to stop. Newbies Leva and Venita drive around (and Venita drives in a Land Rover with its headlights flashing like the floor of Dance Dance Revolution even in the middle of the day) but they don’t do much other than serve obscenities. They’re also hanging out with Craig’s ex Naomi, who, after a 10-day move to New York where she found out her fiancĂ© was cheating on her, returned to South Carolina.

Much of the story has to do with Craig and Naomi, who apparently dated multiple times after her split from her ex and while Craig was dating her co-worker. summer house Paige DeSorbo stars, but before that she was an exclusive. Is that why he was so reckless about being boyfriend/girlfriend with Paige on Bravo’s other show who is superior in all ways?

Sadly, there isn’t much drama between Craigy and Naom-Naom, as no one calls them. For the first time, Craig seems quite tolerant of Naomi, and if she still yearns for Craig now that he’s got his life together, she’s not really showing it off. However, what is happening with them is definitely the cause of a rift between Craig and the other boys. Craig says he hasn’t answered Shep’s calls because Shep is busy with his girlfriend Taylor and because Shep always treats him like shit. Yes, this is the price of success. Before Craig had to put up with all of Shep’s vile insults because he needed to stay on the show. Now he has a shop, a girlfriend, and else turns out. He washed that arrogance from his hair and sent him on his way. (I feel like South Pacific References and Southern charm Go together like my lips and that little spot right behind Tom Holland’s earlobe.)

Craig also pulled out of Austin for a very good reason. He says he was hanging out with Paige and Austin and Austin started arguing with him. Then Austin yelled, “Well, are you going to tell Paige that you slept with Naomi?” Apparently, Paige said, “I already know, and you’re a friend.” Sick burn!

The only problem with this story is that when the three boys sit down at Katherine’s party, Austin says he didn’t know they had arrived, and Craig says he kept it a secret from him because he would tell everyone. Well, did Austin find out about Naomie and say something in front of Paige, or did Craig hide the truth from him? Both things cannot be true. While Craig’s story about summoning Austin may not be factually true, I also think it is spiritually true. Like that’s just the thing Austin would do, and to be honest, Craig is better with no walking bellies than the two beers holding him back.

While this is the fight between the boys, there is another fight brewing between the girls and it all centers around Katherine, who is looking more and more like the Kommunity Kollege Kardashian with each passing year. She still lives with boyfriend Shelp (pronounced “Caleb”), who we all thought she was just dating so she didn’t sound racist. Well, I made it last for at least an entire season. (But not more, because they broke up after filming.)

Katherine throws herself a twenties-themed 30th birthday party, and she’s dumb for at least two reasons. The first is that this theme has been done more times than playing “Stay” on my CD player in 1998 when the first boy I kissed moved to school across town. The other reason is that she is entering her thirties into her twenties. That doesn’t make sense, but as logical as calling him a Great Catsby made me want to reshape a hairball big enough to open her own cat cafĂ©.

She decided she’d invite everyone to the party, including Venita, who hasn’t spoken to Catherine since she called out her racially insensitive behavior last season, and Naomie, who hasn’t spoken to her since Catherine posted a rumor about Cameron. A husband cheating on her was so bad that Cameran left the show. She says she wants to start this new decade with a clean slate for herself and everyone else.

The problem is that Katherine is still enjoying the maturity of Violet Beauregard before she eats the eternal Gupstuber. When Naomi arrives at the party, Catherine greets warmly and gets moving. However, Catherine expected her to say, “Thank you for inviting me. I’m so sorry about what happened. Let’s go talk.” Catherine expecting an apology for spreading malicious rumors about a co-worker is all you really need to know about Catherine. And why would Naomi do that? This party is not where they should be talking. Catherine must be busy with her other guests (although this party seems oddly empty).

But Catherine gets drunk, and the retinol makes her chin even redder and redder. She withdraws to complain that Veneta and Naomi have not made eye contact with her since she arrived. Umm, of course they don’t. They should be busy celebrating her birthday and they should be busy socializing. Yes it is to her A birthday party, but it’s still a party.

Catherine then begins to grumble about how she would like to go home, possibly because she doesn’t get enough attention in a room of the people she’s isolated by acting like a donkey for the past eight seasons. Well, that’s not entirely true. She spent several seasons being tortured by Thomas, then gained our sympathy several seasons when we realized she was the victim of his emotional abuse, then after several seasons she was free of Thomas and awful. However, I understood what I was saying.

On her way out, Catherine stops at Naomi’s table to say that Naomi should be ashamed of the way she treated Catherine. Naomi says, “But you tried to destroy someone’s family.” Yes, I did. If anything, it must be Catherine who is ashamed. She uses this as an excuse to say that Naomi is no better than her when, objectively, I think this is a lie. Naomi tells her that she doesn’t like the way she fights. When Catherine asks which direction, Naomi replies, “Dirty.” The lies were not revealed, and we got a polygraph expert who asked Lisa Vanderpump if she had anything to do with Puppygate.

Catherine reacts by calling Naomi a “petty little bitch” and saying she’s a “fake”. As for the fake, I think Naomie kept it pretty on Katherine’s face and didn’t let her get away with her past actions. As for the petty little bitch, it is Catherine who is upset that Naomi didn’t pay enough attention to her at her party, so she attacked her. It’s showing more than anything running holograms at the new ABBA Gala in London. Naomie does the smart thing and flies away while Katherine jiggles herself in an elevator while yelling at her friends on the way down. Oh, it’s been so long since we last saw him Southern charmBut I also don’t think it’s been long enough.

Leave a Comment