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  1. Narcis (unregistered) on August 10th, 2015 @ 8:06 pm

    The religious ascpet of their lives in combination with Jim’s entrepreneurial business history could be a reason for the women’s frustration with the way she presents herself. I’ve often found that both of the Bellinos like to use their religion and beliefs as a way to appear somewhat superior among the group e.g. Alexis going after Vicki in San Francisco then offering a prayer for Brianna’s health nearly gave me whiplash. Their scenes with the pastor and his wife, particularly at breakfast at the Bellino’s home, were kind of funny to me. I don’t know if it was Bravo’s editing or not, but the look on the pastor’s face as Alexis discussed her enhanced attributes was worth the price of admission.

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