“The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Season 2 Episode 3.” Jen, too, is in the middle of the maelstrom in the most recent episode. But, strangely enough, he is not the one who comes offline.
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Season 2 Episode 3 ” Fishing for the Truth” Overview
With more use of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Season 2 Episode 3, Jen and Meredith Marks sort through as a circle. Meredith is crazy because, she insists, Jen liked homosexual tweets about her 21-year-old son, Brooks. And Brooks did not tell anyone whether he was gay or not.
Jen invites all housewives to an ice fishing trip to Echo Lake in Coalville. (Yes, it’s weird. But that’s the kind of thing they do in “Real Housewives.”)
Jen joined Heather Gay, Whitney Rose, Lisa Barlow, and Jennie Nguyen. Mary Cosby, who makes it clear that she cannot represent Jen, refuses her invitation. Jen invites Meredith because “I care about her” – even though she’s “very upset.” No one thinks Meredith will show up, and they are surprised when she does.
Sounds more like an OK Corral show. Everyone knows the war will break out.
“All these ladies are screaming ‘trout’ and running like crazy,” said Meredith, “and I can only imagine I have a very big fish to fry – her name is Jennifer Shah.”
When Jen, Meredith, and the other women sit down together, Meredith says, “I think it was really fun to try to get everyone together and I don’t want to ruin it.” After that, he destroys it, because of “certain things that were growing up.”
“There are sexually explicit tweets about my beloved son. It really hurts, ”said Meredith.
(Clarity – while in some tweets Meredith emphasizes that homosexuals can be interpreted that way, others confirm that Brooks is gay.
Even so, Meredith notes that they are “bad opponents, homosexuals, and teenagers who don’t know where they stand. … Enough is enough. And I need to know that you are against homosexuality. ”
“What are you talking about?” Jen explodes, adding that she “never said anything” about Brooks’ sex. Meredith pulls out her phone and indicates that Jen’s account liked a comment from a viewer who wanted “Jen to turn around and call Brooks an s! Sassy b! rich. ”
Jen says, “I have someone running my things, so it’s not me.”
“It’s your Twitter [insulting], Jen!” Meredith angrily exclaims. Then he says, “Okay, I’m done,” and leaves.
At this point, Meredith arrives unconnected. She shouts. Athuke. He throws suspicions. She pushed Lisa. He wags his arms in great anxiety. Her sunglasses are off her face. “I can no longer listen to explosions, deviations, and lies,” he exclaimed.
“He’s giving up, so I’ll let him decide,” said Jen, who is surprisingly calm.
Jennie is a brave woman because she goes to Meredith and says, “I think you should listen to her a little bit.”
Jennie says she has people in charge of her accounts on social media, and Meredith admits she has one too. “And you know what the first thing I say is? Never like something cruel about another person. ”
Very good point.
Meredith doesn’t demean Jen, and Jen doesn’t apologize for being liked by her people on Twitter.
Heather and Whitney convinced Jen to speak to Meredith. Jennie asks Jen, “Do you want to be friends with her or not?” When Jen says yes, Jennie says, “Then you just shut up and listen.”
“Jennie throws herself on the floor,” says Henather. When Jennie gets up, Meredith comes up to her face and shouts “her 20-year-old son … how he is called to choose something he has never talked to anyone about.”
If there are any tweets in which Jen asks Brooks to make a choice, we have never seen them.
Meredith, already furious, becomes furious when Jen says, “How do you think my children feel?” Jen rightly points out, that much has been done with Brooks’ assurance that, at the start of Season 1, he saw Jen’s genitals while performing high heels and was not wearing underwear. And that was a disgrace to his sons.
Meredith does not agree that this is possible. He hurries out, announcing, “I’m done.”
Ironically, the next passage – from confession – is by Meredith, “I don’t think Jen can see beyond her.”
Meredith invites “my few friends… who are genuinely interested in and passionate about fashion” to have cocktails and “preview” dressed by designers in her house.
Mary arrives, though out of respect for Meredith’s taste in clothes. Asked by the facilitator how to describe Meredith’s style, Mary draws the face, hems, and, finally, she says, “Meredith’s style is Meredith. Meredith Marks. And, um, that could be style. This is her style for me.”
According to Meredith, Brooks and Mary are bound to dislike Jen. Brooks states that he is “afraid to even talk about it because it is a matter of concern. But, basically, I post on Twitter to see, as Jen likes the worst things about me. ”
Mary advised Meredith to go to Jen’s fishing party and face him there. “This must be stopped. This is an older woman in her 50’s, ”said Mary. (That must have moved Jen when she saw him. She is 47 years old.)
Mary then tells Meredith and Brooks that Jen is so upset she has to leave. And he does. In front of them. Camera.
“I need peace. I need peace. Going forward, ”said Mary. “Sorry … And that’s what talking about [Jen] makes me do.”
Whitney is apparently not happy that Heather and Jen have renewed their friendship. Once upon a time, Lisa agrees with Whitney.
“I don’t really know what their problem is,” Lisa said. “I just know that Jen says I hate Heather and that I feel as if Heather feels the same way about Jen. But then there is this strange attraction they have for each other. I honestly don’t understand relationships. Not the one I want. ”
Lisa’s outspokenness is clearly not in favor of Heather, calling her a “pervert.” Or with Whitney, “because every time I’m with her, it’s like she wants to have a problem with me.”
Mary and her 18-year-old son, Robert Jr., went to Tulie Bakery in Salt Lake City for a sandwich of cheese. Mary says that she loved him “even though he was angry with me for the last time.”
He also said that “they have an amazing responsibility… and they can talk about anything.” That’s before he criticized her for her behavior at the table. By not praying about his food. Along the way, he prays for his food. In the volume of his prayer. Along the way, he eats his sandwich.
Mary wants Robert Jr. to join the War. She is not sure about that.
Jennie and her husband, Duy, are very happy with their three children. They are a loving family.
(Duy, BTW, is wearing a Judge Memorial swimwear.)
“I think our kids are very scary, I think we should have more kids,” Duy said.
Jennie stared at her for a moment and then said, “Really, you know how I feel about this, don’t you?”
“Yes,” said Duy. “I want more children.”
Then Jennie explains her position. She has had nine miscarriages and three-thirds of the C, and her doctor told her that “having too many babies can be very dangerous.”
Duy says he “considered it” and he, “thinks there are solutions to this.”
“She’s a doctor,” Jennie said. “I know you know it’s very dangerous. So I feel that sometimes he just doesn’t have the heart. ”
Heather’s eldest daughter, Ashley, will soon be graduating from Skyline High and going to college. “And I want him to be good and try everything and see everything,” Heather said.
Heather asks Ashley if she would like to go to church after going to college. “Oh, I don’t see myself always going back, honestly,” replied Ashley. “Not a Mormon church.”
Heather has a big smile on her face and says that she is “impressed” that Ashley is “convinced of your age because I have never had a chance to be this way.”
Heather says she raised her daughters to be “war Mormons …” And after her divorce in 2015, “she was even more committed to looking like a perfect Mormon mother. And it was not until about three years ago that they started asking difficult questions that I could not answer. And I started to force myself to be honest. ”
Heather’s second daughter, Georgia, says she is “worried” about going back to church “because we haven’t been in so long.” Her third daughter, Annabelle, says, “I want to go back now, but it seems too late.”
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