Pregnant in Heels, Season 1Closed Captioning
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Pregnant in Heels is a docu-drama that follows maternity concierge, fashion designer, and pregnancy guru Rosie Pope as she guides expecting mothers through the joys and perils of preparing to have a baby. Rosie owns a high fashion maternity clothing boutique on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and runs MomPrep, the premier training academy for mothers-to-be. With the help of her assistants, Hannah and LT, Rosie runs the store, designs the clothing and takes on clients on a case-by-case basis to help them with all their bizarre baby needs. Each week, viewers will join Rosie and her team as they tackle two new clients and their pregnancy dilemmas. From shotgun wedding planning and rock n’roll nursery makeovers, to daddy boot camps and even getting the baby into British aristocracy, Rosie Pope is the maternity concierge to the most affluent –- and hormonal -– expectant mothers in the city.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoRosie Pope, Maternity Concierge||Meet Rosie Pope, maternity concierge, fashion designer and pregnancy guru. Rosie’s first client is expecting mother Sarah Rappaport, who lives in a modern New York flat with her husband John. Rosie is charged with baby-proofing their stylish home and preparing them mentally for their child. Best-selling author and third-time mom Samantha Ettus also needs Rosie’s help. Obsessed with first impressions, She and husband believe the ultimate first impression is one’s name. Rosie assembles a panel of experts to help them come up with the perfect baby name.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoBedroom Blues||Rosie gets two new clients and faces a few new challenges of her own, including an especially personal trial for her husband, Daron. Rosie's first client, Tonya Shah, is a busy Strategy Consultant and second-time mother who needs help balancing the hectic schedule of a working mom. Rosie then seeks to help young couple Ali and Adam Hoeffer. Their first pregnancy has created huge intimacy issues and Rosie strives to bring the spark back to their love life.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoBaby Bump Bridezilla||Wedding bells are ringing as Rosie gets her toughest trial yeta pregnant bride-to-be. Robyn Ross wants a shotgun wedding, but she's already nine months pregnant. Rosie's next client, Michelle Richards, is looking for the perfect godfather for her baby and has her sites set on British Royalty. She needs Rosie's help learning the ropes of centuries old British aristocratic traditions. Meanwhile, Rosie gets some news regarding her own attempt at another pregnancy.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoClueless||Rosie has to balance the challenges of her own pregnancy with her new clients'. Mina Au, first time mother, has never even held a baby and is in desperate need of mommy training. Rosie also takes on a religious battle with Michelle Shaeffer and her husband Gary. Michelle is Catholic and wants to raise her baby in the Catholic Church, but Gary is Jewish and has other plans. Can Rosie help them find middle ground?||44:03||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoPregnancy Runaway||Rosie takes on two clients from two very different worlds. Melissa Lustbader, a wealthy socialite with an entire staff waiting on her every need, asks Rosie to turn her baby shower into a high-end fashion show fundraiser. Rosie has her hands full throwing the party of the season for the Queen Bee mom. Rosie's second client is not the typical Madison Avenue mommy. Lisa Seabury and her husband Steve are heavy metal rockers who live in a one-bedroom apartment full of skulls and guitars that Rosie needs to make baby ready. On a personal note, Rosie and Daron have to make a tough decision that could change both of their lives forever.||44:03||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoBirth-a-phobia||News personality Cindi Avila has a phobia of all things birth-related and goes faint at the sight of an IV. Rosie must help boost her courage so she can make it through labor and all the appointments that will follow. Rosie's second client, zookeeper Nicole Greevy, wants her help to arrange a surprise gift for Nicole's husband - a portrait painted "au natural" on her horse. Rosie's ready to tackle this unique challenge, but plans quickly change as Nicole has a medical emergency.||44:03||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoCouples Therapy||Rosie's newest clients are both dealing with tension in their marriage. Southern belle Diana Heather is set on having a bigger apartment before their second baby comes, but her practical husband, Ashley, has no interest in moving. Meanwhile, Rebecca and Patrick Vacarro struggle to keep their happy marriage in tact with a third child on the way. Former opera singer Rebecca thought she won big when she snagged a younger man, but now she's worried he'll never mature enough to be the man she needs. Tired of treating him like a fourth child, she needs Rosie's help to save their marriage.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoDaddy Boot Camp||In the season finale, actor and kept-man Matt Fato gets the rude awakening that his next role will be Mr. Mom. His wife Lucy is pregnant and Matt needs to learn how to be a father, as well as a mother when Lucy goes back to work. Rosie acts as drill sergeant and takes Matt through the most stressful time of his life, Daddy Boot Camp. Then, Michelle Fitzer has a bad case of the nanny blues and is looking for a perfect nanny that only Rosie Pope can deliver.||44:04||$1.99||View In iTunes|
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Taking into account that as a rule I can’t stand reality TV as most of it isn’t real or focuses on the bizarre this was actually a welcome change. Rosie the guru is the normal, centered person and not some socialite who lives in some parallel universe but rather a down to earth realist. She deals with clients that border on the mental side with one couple that in the beginning I thought should have looked into giving their baby up for adoption because it didn’t look like they were ready to share their lives with anyone else but their egos and the other couple that were so shallow that they couldn’t get past their own self-worth that they needed others to pick a name for their kid. I am a 6’5” male who only watched the pilot because it was free but I now look forward to the rest of the series as it is worth the $ and is entertaining without being too over the top.
I thought that it would be entertaining to watch indecisive rich women dither about cribs and whether or not it is appropriate to carry their child in a handbag like a tiny dog. Instead, I found myself disgusted by the absolute idiocy and over-extravagance of these "mothers." As far as I'm concerned, neither of the couples in the free pilot episode deserve to be parents; both of them are so self-important and concerned about their own well-beings, instead of that of the child. For god's sakes! A focus group to pick a name? How in the hall does that happen? I'd like to know. How conceited. And as for the other, not having anything ready for the baby, when you're 8 months pregnant, is completely irresponsible, and I feel sorry for the environment that child will grow up in. Both mothers were ridiculous, and I pity those children.
Loved it i thought ut was verry clever and origional best wishes to her