Episode 317 - with Priscilla aka @BonjourBitchesBlog

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By Sarah Galli. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Sarah discovers that Bravo has announced a new show about young Americans in Paris, and immediately begins a one-woman-strike of Bravo content (c'est lol) to secure a role on S2, until she realizes that the second best impact is to, ya know, double down on RHOBH. So she Zooms up a Bravo pal with a French-sounding handle (c'est bon c'est bon!), Priscilla from @BonjourBitchesBlog and the merch shop @feministcringe. They unpack the ways that social media, WWHL reveals, and alliances are impacting and confusing on-camera storylines, the tension between potentially ignoring problematic behavior and potentially hiding problematic footage, and the secondhand embarrassment of Erika's ongoing attempts to paint herself as a victim of Sutton's honesty. Bravo likely has the footage that would put Tahoe-gate to rest, and it's prob locked in the same production closet as that boat ride in Cartagena - it's Andy's Girls, Episode 317!

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Shop Feminist Cringe, Priscilla's march store that gives back! https://www.feministcringe.com/feminist-sweatshirts-hoodies

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