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May 30th, 2012

Treacherous Tuesdays – Daily Digest

Tuesdays

One of my earliest childhood memories, as far back as I can remember, was a bizarre cartoon I watched one Saturday morning. I was probably four years old. It was so weirdly creative that after all these years, I still remember enough to go on a Google search for it. I wanted to know more about this show, and of course, it turns out there’s a Real Housewife connection.

The story is about a boy and a girl, shrank down into cartoon characters, who end up on their Uncle Carl’s coffee cup. Uncle Carl wakes up from a nap and accidentally drinks the two kids, along with another cartoon character called Time for Timer. The kids travel through Uncle Carl’s body to understand human health and learn a few lessons. Yes, the plot totally sounds like an LSD trip gone bad. Time for Timer was a huge star in 1970s cartoons, and if you’re over 30, you may actually remember him.

On closer review of this movie, I discovered that the little girl named Missey in the cartoon was none other than:

Train wreck Kim Richards of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hillbillies! Ah, simpler times – pre-crazy. Hard to believe decades later this same girl would be allegedly sloshed and picking up used cocaine baggies from the back of a limousine, just weeks away from rehab. You (and your kids) can watch the full cartoon, called The Incredible, Indelible, Magical Physical, Mystery Trip (sounds like the working title for a future episode of the Real Housewives), here:

Maybe not as exciting as it was for me at age four.

I was walking through a bookstore the other day and saw a copy of a recently released book by a former Real Housewife. No, I won’t look I thought to myself. Ok, just one quick flip through the photos in the middle and I’m done. I took a snapshot of one photo. See if you can guess this bathing beauty wearing a dignified one-piece.

Speaking of former Real Housewives of NYC.

Jeel Zarun is busy inserting herself into the collective conscience of the Real Housewives of NYC, since they’re about to begin a new season without her. Jeel doesn’t mind throwing former castmate Ramona Singer under the bus: “I heard her sister wants to be housewife but Ramona threatened to leave. Ask her why? That I would watch!” Well, it sounds like Jill is willing to give the dirt on Ramona, so she can sit at home and watch her former co-star gets shredded on television.

Jeel also feels used. It was the EDITING! Of course it was. Jeel says: i was edited to serve agenda. Now you know why. I predicted alot and now coming true. I felt very used. Still do but ifinally got past it with help of bobby and family

(Yes, I noticed the typos. But it’s a direct quote so what can you do?) But you know, I bet Jeel would GLADLY throw herself at the mercy of the editing room if only she could return for the next season of the Real Housewives of NYC.

Teresa Giudice could get her own spin-off. But there’s one tiny, little, catchhusband Juicy Joe Giudice has to go to jail. Seems like a pretty fair trade to me personally. (Anything in the name of fame. Nothing is worse than obscurity. NOTHING.) And the potential for drama and ratings would be through the roof with this spin-off. I think Teresa may be in luck. We just might have a Mob Wives version of Real Housewives on the 2013 roster.

Teresa’s daughter Gia had a Twitter account. Until it was taken over by Teresa’s manager, who Tweeted: “Not only is she an amazing mom she is an amazing author! If you didn’t get my moms book Fabulicious Fast & Fit!”

(Yes, I noticed the typos. But Teresa’s manager wasn’t hired based on grammar skills.) It’s nice that her manager doesn’t mind pimping out the kids to sell books. Solid moral values never sold any books! And bills need to be paid!

[Some photos by PR Photos]





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