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TVR Awards -- The Most Ridiculously Excessive 'Real Housewives' Throwdowns of the Year (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Dec 27th 2010 4:35PM

Oh, the ladies of the 'Real Housewives' franchise. They're equal parts obnoxious and engrossing, riveting and ridiculous. Though we're somewhat embarrassed to admit it, their spats and melodrama have turned into one of our guiltiest reality TV pleasures. So while it was tough to narrow down, we've culled together seven of the biggest meltdowns, blame-games and smack-downs of the year from across the various 'Housewives' incarnations. They're all excessive and outrageous, but which was the most eggregious and out-of-line? Watch the videos and vote below in our poll.

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Faye Resnick and Camille Grammer Ignite a Massive Dinner Party Argument on 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'

by Oliver Miller, posted Dec 17th 2010 6:40AM
'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills': The Wives Have a Psychic for Dinner, Then Start ScreamingAin't no party like a 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' party. On the latest episode (Thu., 10PM ET on Bravo), Camille Grammer invites the other women over for a dinner party. In addition, there are several non-housewife-based guests, including Allison DuBois, the psychic who inspired the TV show 'Medium.' Also attending the party -- Faye Resnick, ex-drug addict, ex-'Playboy' model, and friend of Nicole Brown Simpson, murdered wife of O.J. Simpson.

Wow. Even without the slightly odd dinner guests, having this many 'Housewives' in the same room at the same time can't possibly be a good idea. And this turns out to be the case, as the ladies get pretty tipsy and start screaming at one another.

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Hey, Medium is on CBS tonight

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 21st 2009 2:27PM
MediumI actually didn't even think about this when CBS grabbed Medium from NBC a couple of months ago, but how would the show appear on the schedule first? On the shelf until the fall? Would CBS wait until mid-season because they didn't have room for it in the fall? And how would they introduce the show to CBS viewers? Would they just start airing the show with new episodes?

Well, the answer comes tonight, as CBS airs a repeat episode ("Soul Survivor") of Medium at 10PM.

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Medium: Bring Me The Head Of Oswaldo Castillo (season finale) - open thread

by Bob Sassone, posted Jun 2nd 2009 8:18AM
MediumOf course, this was the series finale on NBC only. The show moves to CBS next season where it will become CSI: Medium Los Angeles. Or something.

Last night Allison had visions of her entire family being murdered. That didn't happen, of course, but she did end the season in a coma after having a stroke during surgery. My guess? She gets out of it next season, but not before some trippy thing happening while she's in the coma for an episode or two.

What did you think of this episode?

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Kelly Preston slated for mini-arc on Medium

by Allison Waldman, posted Mar 25th 2008 9:32AM
Kelly PrestonDidn't Medium's Allison see this coming? Apparently not. Kelly Preston will be joining NBC's Medium for a four-show stint. Kelly will be playing a character named Meghan Doyle, a venture capitalist who invests in Joe Dubois, Allison's husband's, new solar-based invention. Presumably her interest in Joe is all business, but by the time the first of four episodes ends, the one called Partners in Crime, you can bet that the tension between Allison and Joe will be positively palpable.

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Medium: Sweet Child o' Mine

by Sarah Gilbert, posted Feb 28th 2006 3:16AM
medium patricia and the hotty detective at the coffee palaceEveryone deals with miscarriage in their own way - and very, very many of us have dealt with it. When I had a miscarriage, my grief was swift and overwhelming. I mourned deeply the child with whom I'd already fallen in love, and with my next pregnancy I was detached, never quite believing he was real until the 20-week ultrasound. Now, less than two years later, I've accepted the loss as something that just happens, and remember the pain only distantly. Allison Dubois, on the other hand, has grief that remains terribly present. Every year around the time of her miscarriage, she has visions of "Brian," who would be about 15. She's a sensitive soul. The dreams keep her up, mourning what could have been.

"I need coffee," she tells her husband at 6 a.m. when he realizes she's awake. He calls her bluff, telling her to just drink tea, and she insists. "I'll be gone a few hours, I'll cry without anyone hearing me, and I will come back with a bag of coffee," she says. Soon, she's discovering the body of the Coffee Palace's manager. And we're thrust into the mystery; is it a robbery gone bad? An easy way out for the victim's husband? Or something else? Where's the twist?

Before we talk twists, though, I'd like everyone to say "hi" to my friend Kristi, who said she stood next to Patricia Arquette during the filming of this episode! Hi Kristi!

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