Tonight, the second episode of The Real Housewives of Potomac is going to air on Bravo, and for the sake of this article, we’re going to be spending a few minutes pondering over one key subject: What’s coming up for episode three! We’re going to see plenty of examples as to what makes this show in particular different from the rest — basically, it’s a different sort of East Coast opulence than what you get in Atlanta. It has a little bit of Washington DC politics combined with Beverly Hills wealth and New York society. Maybe that’s a simplification, but that is what we’re going to go with for the time being.
Now, we present you with a little more news regarding what is going to be coming up in terms of specifics.
Synopsis – “The ladies attend an elite horse race in Baltimore. Also, Charrisse gifts herself a new champagne room; Karen’s daughter returns home for summer; and Monique celebrates her husband’s induction into the Alabama Hall of Fame.
The idea of Charisse Jackson Jordan having a champagne room is something too ridiculous to not stop in and discuss for a moment. We’ve certainly heard plenty over the years when it comes to wine cellars, but typically, isn’t champagne the sort of thing that you include in a wine cellar? Basically, what we are talking about her is that you have to have an incredible amount of wealth to have a place that you want to devote to simple champagne.
As for the rest of the episode, we also wonder what makes an “elite horse race” different than the standard one, especially since we’re not quite sure that we would even call the Kentucky Derby “elite,” even though it is. (Maybe we are proving further here that we have the same amount of knowledge about horse races as we do champagne rooms.)
In the end, here’s to hoping that this episode is a fun one, and it helps us to further get a sense of the chemistry between some of the various cast members.
What do you want to see on The Real Housewives of Potomac next week? Share some of your thoughts and expectations now in the comments! (Photo: Bravo.)