After constant drama, “The Real Housewives of Orange County” is coming to an end this weekend on Bravo. How do you think that this is all going to end? We have a feeling that somewhere in your heart, you already know the answer to that!
The synopsis below gives you a small taste first and foremost all about what is going on, and some of the insanity that could be coming as a result of the incessant Vicki Gunvalson – Brooks Ayers rumors about his cancer. Shannon Beador claims that she is going to feel as though she’s been dragged into the story, and in turn, that just inspires more fighting:
“In the season finale, the ladies gather together to witness Tamra’s baptism, but with the constant questions and confusion surrounding Brooks’ cancer, Vicki is the one who feels crucified. And after an evening of avoidance, Shannon and Vicki come face-to-face when Shannon discovers that Vicki has committed the ultimate betrayal.”
“Crucified” probably is an accurate representation of how Vicki feels, given that in the promo below, she actually compares her situation to Jesus being hung on the cross. Yep, that happened. The only thing that makes all of this more absurd is that so much of this is going to happen surrounding Tamra’s baptism, which you would think is the sort of thing that would inspire peace, love, goodwill, and all of that. If there’s one thing we’ve learned from really the entire franchise at this point, it is that religious gatherings and charity events are typically the ones that become the most chaotic.
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