As a closet addict to all things Housewife, SNL's Real Housewives of Disney sketch last weekend made me giddy. Kudos to Kristen Wiig for her Drunk Cinderella and Nasim Pedrad for her broke-ass Jasmine that stole the show.
Real Housewives + Disney = nostalgic nerdgasm, but what other nom-licious morsels of pop culture can we combine and consume?
Slash, which shows are already brewing with Housewives-esque domestic diva drama?
REAL HOUSEWIVES OF THE PARKS DEPARTMENT
April plans a party and obnoxiously leaves Ann off the guest list, leading to a confrontation when Leslie refuses to attend without her best girlfriend in tow. Meanwhile, we're treated to a 3-episode arc in which Tom Haverford tries to play peacemaker between the two women by orchestrating a series of awkward lunches. Donna stays out of it because she's "above the drama" and focuses on shamelessly promoting the launch of her new wine brand.
REAL HOUSEWIVES OF THE BIG BANG THEORY
As Penny and Amy help Bernadette plan the geeky wedding of the century, Sheldon stirs up drama when he makes a rude comment about how he doesn't think Penny would be caught dead in an orphanage in South Africa. Amy "tries not to get in the middle" of the fight between her bestie and her boytoy, then Bernadette flips a table and tells her she should "learn to control her man."
REAL HOUSEHUSBANDS OF THE VOICE
Cee Lo, Blake, and Adam lunch together every Tuesday to talk sh** about Christina. That's pretty much the show.
REAL HOUSEWIVES OF THE WALKING DEAD
Drama erupts when Lori accuses Andrea of doing the "men's work" of guarding camp with a gun and not enough time helping with the laundry. Oh wait, that scene already happened in the episode "18 Miles Out."
REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BATTLESTAR GALACTICA
Dualla gets in a megafight with Starbuck when she finds out about her romantic past with her husband, Lee. Dualla's not mad at Lee because they've already "worked it out," but she IS mad at Starbuck for not coming to her as a "good girlfriend" and telling her about what happened, friend to friend.
Then, the rest of the ladies sip ambrosia and gossip over who's husband is probably, definitely a Cylon.
Why? Because I'll take any excuse to talk about Battlestar Galactica. Can we please talk about Battlestar Galactica? Pretty frakking please?
REAL HOUSEWIVES OF COMMUNITY
Britta throws a charity benefit to show how selfless she is, then throws a hissy fit about the 50-foot painting of herself that doesn't arrive on time for the event.
Shirley and Annie get in a fight about that fight they had last week when Annie "ruined" the $50,000 party Shirley threw for her 4-year-old son's birthday party, by bringing up drama from that one fight from last year. "Wrong place, wrong time, b*tch," Shirley quips in her interview. Britta then kicks them both out of the event, climbs on her high horse and blames them both for "ruining a lovely evening that was supposed to be about a good cause."
Then, Jeff looks like an a-hole when he brags about his $25,000 sunglasses in front of a group of homeless people.