This episode focuses on basically the only two things we discuss anymore: Bravo and politics. It’s been a while since we’ve recapped all the Housewife happenings, so we catch up with the ladies of Potomac, New York, Beverly Hills. We also talk about the upcoming seasons of Real Housewives of Orange County and Real Housewives of Salt Lake City.
We may be experts on all things Bravo, but political experts we are not. However, you may have heard once (or a million times) that we are living in unprecedented times, and if there ever was a time to prioritize paying attention, it’s now. Our goal with introducing a politics segment on each episode from now until the election in November is to bring awareness to our audience. We want to inspire you to register to vote, help you feel like you can stay up to date on current events, make the information easier to digest, and inspire you to take on an interest about the policies and changes that are on the horizon.
The political segment begins at the 44:11 mark.
What To Listen For
- Why Potomac is the best franchise
- Our thoughts on Team Denise vs. Team Lisa Rinna
- What we think of the RHOC and RHOSLC trailers
- Why voting is so important
- Why we might be looking at election week or even month instead of election night
Things We Mentioned
- The Daily Podcast
- Pod Save America podcast
- Pantsuit Politics podcast
- The Lincoln Project: from their website, “The founders of the Lincoln project have spent over 200 years electing Republicans. But now, they’ve sparked a nationwide movement with a singular mission: To defeat Donald Trump and Trumpism.”
- This article from The Atlantic, titled “The Election That Could Break America” is long and technical, but a really good read if you are asking the “what if” questions like we are.
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