Monday June 1, 2009 6:53 pm
Tori & Dean: Reality TV Royalty
Last Tuesday night was a night that I had been anticipating for nine months, the season premiere of Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood on Oxygen. I can honestly say that I feel like I have known Tori Spelling my whole life. I grew up with Donna Martin on 90210. I even thought she was hilarious as Violet on Saved By the Bell. Though I didn’t love So NoTORIous, I didn’t hate it either. She is just so… real. Last week’s season premiere episode caught us up on the lives of the McDermotts in 2009.
Little Liam is about to turn 2. Stella, the baby, is doing all the typical baby things. They have moved to yet another house. Dean is filming a television movie, and Tori is involved in about 720,000 projects, as usual. Something that is so great about this show is watching them struggle with things that normal, non-television, families deal with such as: Tori wanting to be a stay-at-home mom, but not having enough money; Dean wishing they could get their pre-parenting sex life back; and Liam being jealous of his new sister. This season promises us the drama of a motorcycle accident, a new book, an appearance on the new 90210, Tori dealing with Dean’s on-screen romance, and of course some drama with Tori’s infamous mother Candy.
Make sure you set your DVR for Tuesday nights, you can’t miss even one episode! While you are lying by the pool, check out Tori’s new book, Mommywood. I give it 4 stars!!!
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