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  • "It is what it is" has always been a favorite of the emotionally aggressiveVicki Gunvalson of Real Housewives of Orange County.
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  • We think Survivor's Ozzy Lusth actually meant: "Wow, this is my third time onthe show, and I won't win, even though everyone on the island would have starvedif it weren't for the producers. Oh well, time to be voted out by themediocrities who have banded together against me."
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  • We'd like to believe Bravo thinks the airing of this material will raiseawareness about domestic violence and suicide prevention, but that's a hardsell. Call us cynical if we can only reply, "It is what it is."
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  • The air seems thick with “It’s my time” whenever The Real Housewives ofAtlanta's own Shereè Whitfield struts before the camera.
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  • What else is family for? We love how much reality television relies on thisformula: “At the end of the day, we’re still a family.” This is an especiallyhard one when an actual family is involved, such as the Manzo family on The RealHousewives of New Jersey.
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  • Rodiney [sic] Santiago of The A-List
  • Bad Girls Club's Shelly, we have to admire
  • Cedric of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills epitomizes the Housewives' franchisepocket gays.
  • Jeff Lewis of Flipping Out is no kind of role model, even if we wanted one.
  • From Most Eligible Dallas, Drew Ginsburg has been a disappointment.

  • Joe Gorga and Teresa Guidice talk things over
  • Caroline Mango becomes a radio star