The Real Housewives of D.C., Season 1
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Bravo’s The Real Housewives franchise presents a slice of life amongst affluent, educated women, some raising kids, some driving careers, all interacting with friends and family as determined by the unwritten social rules of the Beltway. With the franchise’s expansion to our nation’s capital, The Real Housewives of D.C. introduces five intriguing women whose relationships with each other, and with the city in which they live, are a compelling combination to explore the nexus of politics, society, and even race, as well as how the proximity to political power dictates where one fits within Beltway society. These connected D.C. power players all have their pulse on the most important cultural events, political galas, gallery openings, and fundraisers in Washington society. They are: Mary Schmidt Amons, the true Washingtonian and granddaughter of radio and TV personality Arthur Godfrey; the mother hen and owner of D.C.’s top modeling agency, Lynda Erkiletian; feisty Brit Catherine Ommanney, married to a White House photographer; model and founder of D.C.’s America’s Polo Cup, Michaele Salahi who became the focus of media attention following the White House state dinner last November; and Harvard grad, active political fund-raiser, and philanthropist Stacie Scott Turner. Bringing viewers inside the lives and homes of movers and shakers in the community, the D.C. housewives move comfortably from fundraisers and prominent events to discussing everything from issues about race to money and politics to relationships and high fashion.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoWelcome to the District||Welcome to D.C., the most powerful city in America, where it takes more than money to impress people -- it’s about political power. With the social season in full swing, Michaele’s Polo event caters to those who want to be close to it all, with attendees including the Ambassador of India, Michelle Jones and Republican Lobbyist, Edwina Rogers. As old rivalries cause Lynda to snub Michaele's Polo event, Mary struggles with the guest list for her birthday party. And Cat, the brash Brit and new girl in town, gets a crash course in public relations at Stacie's dinner party prepared by a celebrity chef.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoDisloyal to the Party||Mary quickly realizes that having Lolly, her adult daughter, move back home comes with bigger burdens than she expected. Michaele makes good on her promise to take Cat and Mary horseback riding, but Mary is far from impressed. Stacies attempt to show the ladies "where she comes from" takes an unexpected turn when her down-home, soul food dinner is ruined by one of her guests. Lynda is pushed to her limit when a confrontation with Michaele breaks all the D.C. rules.||44:03||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoForeign Relations||It's off to Paris! After a spontaneous decision by Michaele and Tareq to join Stacie and her husband in Europe, the couples start to bond. Meanwhile, controversy over D.C. etiquette has the housewives questioning Michaele's role as a host for high profile events. Cat is hard at work on her book and getting her cover ready, when disappointment strikes. The housewives gather at Mary's fashion dinner to welcome a celebrity hairstylist, but with previous drama still lingering, things don't go as planned.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Grape Stomp of Wrath||Lynda deals with the stress of moving from her Georgetown condo to a sprawling suburban mansion to accommodate her grown children. Cat raises suspicions that there may be more than meets the eye with Michaele and Tareq. In an effort to patch things up with the rest of the ladies, Michaele reaches out and invites everyone out to her winery for an old fashioned grape stomp.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoSpecial Interests||A grape-stomping day at the vineyard turns sour for Mary when Michaele and Tareq make devastating accusations about her daughter. The ladies are invited to a party being hosted by Republican lobbyist Edwina Rogers where Cat decides to liven things up. Tension is thick when Stacie, Jason, and Cat see Michaele and Tareq for the first time since the grape stomp fiasco.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoSecuring Homeland||Mary bonds with Cat over her struggle to be a good mother and reveals her boundary issues with her daughter Lolly. After contact with her biological mother turns sour, Stacie struggles with trying to find her birth father and her true identity. An introduction to Lyndas ex-boyfriend forces Cat to cope with the death of her close friend. Michaele seeks Stacies help to find a home to buy in DC, but when Tareqs family turmoil becomes too much to handle, Michaele realizes the family drama is far from over.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoPerception Gap||After all her hard work, Cat finally finishes her book and raises more than a few eyebrows when she shares some juicy excerpts with the other Housewives. Jumping on the bandwagon, the Salahis work on a deal to write a book of their own, detailing their family turmoil. A confrontation during a fun night leaves Cat in tears.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoNation Building||Stacie hits another hurdle in her journey to find her birth father, but is able to connect with her roots through an unexpected link at the Nigerian Embassy. As Cat tries to steer clear of Erika, Lynda puts as much effort into preparing for her big fashion event as she does keeping certain people out of it! Housewife gossip is in full effect, and after feeling alienated from all the ladies, Michaele decides to focus her energy on bigger and better things including getting ready for DCs social event of the year, the White House State Dinner.||44:03||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoParty Politics||The housewives learn of the aftermath of President Obamas first White House State Dinner last November and the questions swirling around whether Michaele and her husband Tareq Salahi had been officially invited to the State Dinner.||55:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoReunion, Pt. 1||Hosted by Bravos Andy Cohen, the ladies of Washington, D.C., Mary Amons, Lynda Erkiletian, Cat Ommanney, Michaele Salahi and Stacie Turner, get together to set the record straight on some of the most talked-about antics of the season and answer some of Americas most burning questions.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoReunion, Pt. 2||Hosted by Bravos Andy Cohen, the ladies of Washington, D.C., Mary Amons, Lynda Erkiletian, Cat Ommanney, Michaele Salahi and Stacie Turner, get together to set the record straight on some of the most talked-about antics of the season and answer some of Americas most burning questions.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|101||VideoSneak Peek: DC Housewives||Boring is one thing and DC is not. And these housewives will redefine what it means to be "political."||1:33||Free||View in iTunes|
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Giving the Salahis enough rope to hang themselves
I was appalled by the Salahis crashing of the White House dinner, and when I learned that Bravo TV was filming it - I was even more disgusted . I live and work in DC and have been quite familiar with the nasty habits of this couple for a long time. I had hoped that Bravo would do the right thing and drop them from the DC Housewives roster - but, unfortunately, bad behavior is so rewarding in the 21st century...
HOWEVER! After watching the first episode, I'm beginning to think there may be method in Bravo's madness. It appears that Michaele and Tareq might be exposed for the climbers, liars and users that they are. Has Bravo given them enough rope to hang themselves? My spirits are cautiously rising...
Normally a fan but...
I won't purchase and promote this series because of the Salahi's and that the show supports them clawing their way into popularity. It's not great tv, it's just pathetic.
I have watched The Real Housewives franchise since the beginning and I can't wait for D.C. Keep adding to it Bravo and think about doing one in Charlotte,N.C. or Miami!