Style Network’s Big Rich Texas Episode 5 Recap

Park Cities resident Connie Dieb with daughter Grace at Innovative Cheer

We’re half way through the series and I can’t deny it, in a real scrappy sort of way it’s beginning to work for me.

Don’t miss the episode 5 recap on FrontRow. And if you can’t seem to get enough, here’s some BRT off-camera drama.

6 thoughts on “Style Network’s Big Rich Texas Episode 5 Recap

  • August 16, 2011 at 10:30 am
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    Love Love the recaps.. hope you will do the same for Bravo’s Most Eligible Dallas… Have fun with that. I am sure that every single mother in Dallas is screamming her head off at last nights episode …. about the lovely blonde that took a night off to visit with longtime friend and new friends… and one of the “WOMEN” decided to declare that she is a bad mother for not being home with her child… that will be a subject for a lot of get togethers.. what about a dad that gets together with friends and not be at home with his child.. is he chided… I think not… just an old 70 yr old married 44 years weighing in on “not being judgemental”…

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  • August 16, 2011 at 12:35 pm
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    By the by, the HP cheerleading program is in NO WAY involved in any of these shenanigans! My daughter, who is an HP cheerleader, has gotten phone calls on her cellphone from producers of this show asking her to participate – very creepy and inappropriate. Thankfully, she declined.

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  • August 16, 2011 at 2:10 pm
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    WHY WHY WHY does every reality show based in Dallas have to be comprised of the most awful, infantile, shallow, idiotic, fake people on the planet? I mean really, can they not find one single likable person in this town that’s willing to be on TV? Each show is worse than the last, I felt wretched after watching this new show last night – Most Eligible Dallas. At least on the Big Rich, etc. we all know it’s 100% fake, nothing about it is based in reality. I’m afraid that last night’s show was showing these terrible single people behaving normally, that they really are that incredibly childish, smug and worthless. Each show is more horrible than the last, I’m afraid to say, “it cannot get any worse”, because they will find a group of people that actually are worse. After watching it I wanted to take a shower with lye soap I felt so slimy. @yvonne, it’s not just single mothers that are completely offended by that vile “woman” criticizing the single mother, as a human being everyone should be offended by every drop of poison that came out of her nasty mouth. I don’t think we should ask Merritt to recap this one, it would be cruel and unusual punishment to force her to watch it. We should all make a pact to never, ever watch it again and hope it goes away quickly. And that they are all so ashamed of themselves they leave town.

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  • August 16, 2011 at 6:06 pm
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    Every reality show, regardless of home base, is like that kmom.

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  • August 29, 2011 at 5:12 pm
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    I am so sick of this show. No true southern lady would behave like these witches. If you can’t say something nice just say “bless your little heart” and shut up.

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  • August 29, 2011 at 5:13 pm
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    And no southern family would allow their kids to behave like such brats. We would whoop them and invite the neighbors to watch.

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