The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8 Episode 5 Recap: Unfashionably Late

it looks like Teddi Jo Mellencamp is starting to have a whole lot in common with the other women. The reason? They all seem to hate Dorit. When The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8 Episode 5 got underway, Dorit was talking about bringing her failed swimwear line back to the masses. She seemed very excited about it, but this also came at the expense of a date for drinks with Teddi. Teddi was mad and aired her thoughts about it to Kyle Richards. However, Dorit had already filled Kyle in about what happened, and it made Teddi look desperate to cause some drama. After that, Kyle met up… Read More

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Why the Reveal of Rey’s Parents in Star Wars: The Last Jedi Matters

Warning: spoilers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi ahead! Star Wars: The Last Jedi finally answers one of the most pressing questions of the new trilogy: who are Rey’s parents? Rey spends half the movie trying to figure it out, even as she trains with Luke – she visits creepy caves and looks into never-ending mirrors, bemoaning her lack of an answer to Kylo Ren in one of their Force-connected heart to hearts. In the end, Kylo tells Rey he’s seen her parents in a vision . . . and that she has as well but doesn’t want to acknowledge it. As it turns out, Rey’s parents are, well, nobodies… Read More

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‘Will & Grace’ Beat The Odds, And Debra Messing Knows It

Back in the ’90s, when Will & Grace hit the airwaves for the first time, it was an iffy proposition at best. Shows featuring a gay lead character hadn’t performed well, and there were serious concerns about whether American viewers would accept the show. So it was a shock to many observers when Will & Grace became a big hit. But not to Debra Messing — after they started shooting, the show’s Emmy-winning star became convinced it was the right show at the right time. Will & Grace is back on TV and still making magic, Thursday nights at 9/8c on NBC. Find Us On Facebook: Hollywood Outbreak Follow Us… Read More

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Ask Amy: Emotional affair partner wants “normalization meetings”

Dear Amy: Over the last few years, my marriage has felt stagnant and unfulfilling. About a year ago, I grew close to a friend and colleague (he is single), slowly at first, but then becoming more and more intimate. There is mutual sexual attraction and we share many of the same intellectual and cultural interests. We both knew I was in no position to divorce, as maintaining a stable environment for my young family is my priority. We tried to keep the intensity level low, which we did at times, but then the intensity kept returning. We shared a brief and limited physical element. Eventually, I realized I was not… Read More

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The 29 coolest small cities to visit in the US in 2018

National Geographic Traveler has released its list of the 29 Best Small Cities in the US — and it’s giving us some serious travel inspiration. The travel magazine worked with consultants to produce a Small Cities Index — a ranking that drew from core statistics and social media mentions on the likes of Instagram and Yelp to determine which cities rank highest across 10 categories: Most hipster friendly (coffee shops, tattoo parlours, record shops, vintage stores) Musically grooviest (music venues, live music, instrument stores) Most Instagrammed (hashtags) Most artsy (art galleries, art supply stores, art schools) Best groomed (barber shops, hair salons, hair removal services, cosmetic dentists) Meatiest (butchers, delis,… Read More

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