Another week in the life of Miz and Maryse and guess what?! More shenanigans! This week we were graced by the presence of Miz’s dad and Avril Lavigne, but we’ll get to that a bit later.
The show opens with Maryse’s mom, Margot, giggling over Miz’s photos from the last episode (nice callback, USA Network). You remember the ones: “implied” nude, but Miz went full-on nude in a hilarious miz-understanding (if you don’t, go read my last post!). Margot makes fun of Miz’s flat ass and laughs at him, but in a cutesy way; you know, because of her accent and all. People with accents are always cute! Unless they have midwest accents, like Miz’s dad but again, we’ll get to that later.
The premiere episode of the long-awaited series “Miz and Mrs.” did not disappoint (seriously, I’ve been seeing ads for this show since well before Wrestlemania so it’s about time the show actually aired). I was also pleasantly surprised by the series’ Wikipedia page that all the episode titles for this season are as clever and/or punny as “A Simple Mizunderstanding” because get it, Miz … mizunderstanding … as in, misunderstanding … wait why wasn’t it Mrs.understanding … sexist!
The Divas continue to bring the drama to the small screen every week. How am I supposed to keep up with these crazy cats? Obviously I was super busy last week so I didn’t have time to write about last week’s episode (by super busy, I mean I was honing my procrastination skills). That being said, I’m just going to lump last week’s and this week’s episode into one blog post. Cool? Cool.
If it’s not cool with you, I’m going to go Nattie on yo ass.
The second episode of Total Divas Season 3 premieres tonight, so what better time to dissect the first episode? Here’s a refresher so you are up to speed before tuning in tonight.
But first, what’s up with that episode title? Is it supposed to sound like eggs over easy? Nice try at being clever, E! Network, but that title is a stretch for even your college-educated viewers like me. (It probably isn’t but I am trying to make myself feel better for not understanding the play on words right away.)
I know I am way behind on posting this. Like, WAY behind. This trailer was posted one month ago for crying out loud! But what can I say, it’s #SummerTime (lol get it?!) so I was enjoying the outdoors before winter swoops in and keeps me as a hostage in my apartment once again. Now that the Divas are making their return to the small screen, I have a reason to blog again. JK, I had tons of reasons to blog. I was just lazy and didn’t pursue any of them.
Total Divas returned this past Sunday and it did not disappoint! Wait, I retract that; some parts were fairly boring but hey, that sneak peek of the season looked amazeballs, didn’t it?! And whatta way to end the first episode – with a cliffhanger! Actually, it’s pretty fortunate I waited until today to write this review as I have been stalking Nikki Bella’s Instagram since Sunday and – lo and behold – she posted quite the giveaway photo today. But we’ll get to that later. Let’s tear this episode up, shall we?
As you may or may not know, AKA in news you probably do not care about, Hulk Hogan returned to the WWE on Monday during Raw in Green Bay. Da “Frozen Tundra,” dontcha know?! Cheeseheads across the stadium freaked da shit out (but did not spill their beers) to see the Hulkster in all his glory.
(My partly-dead wrestler/lover, the Undertaker, also returned and I was insanely jelly of everyone in the audience, but this isn’t pertinent to the story. I just wanted to mention how awesome the Undertaker is.)
The following night, WWE was in Milwaukee to tape Smackdown, which is also a popular show the WWE has. Let me emphasize that this show is popular and people watch it. Why do I emphasize that? Because every time WWE comes to Milwaukee, the show is … uhh … suckish. It’s not totally sucky because some cool things happen sometimes, but also it’s nowhere near as good as shows in other cities.
OMG ya’ll – Total Divas returns in March! Raise yo hand if you can’t wait for these sassy sexcakes to return to your television screen.
(I’d raise my hand but it’s too difficult to type with just one hand.)
For those of you that didn’t raise your hand, hear me out. Don’t give me any BS about how you don’t like drama and you don’t want to support these “trashy” ladies by watching their show. Uhh do you watch any TV? It’s all drama, even the news (insert conspiracy theory here about how the media distorts the news for us laypeople). At least with the Divas, you’ll know what you’re watching is real. Well, besides their boobs and hair.