Two minutes after he’s gone, I climb back into bed and text my husband, Scott, whom I’ve been with for 18 years. “Good night, dove,” writes back Scott from wherever he is.Scenarios like these were typical during my year of living dangerously — the crazy 12 months in 20 I jokingly call my “Wild Oats Project,” when Scott and I had an open marriage.Before then, starting a family had felt like one route to this elusive state of feminine fulfillment.But Scott had made it absolutely clear he never wanted a baby, and even had a vasectomy.is that what it really wants to be is a comedy that says, at every turn, how ridiculous and unfair it is for women in their 40s with kids to somehow feel pressure to look like thin 19-year-olds with high, tight asses.No, really, that's pretty much all it talks about in the first two episodes, punctuating the anger at said societal pressure with the suggestion that suburban housewife Katie Otto (Katy Mixon) is perfectly fine with herself as she is. If she were, she'd say, "Whatever, I'm good with who I am." And tries to play that card, but it's never believable since the next joke is always about Katie's fear that neighbor "Fat Pam" is moving away and that will make Katie "the second fattest housewife in Westport." Sigh. 1: In the series premiere, Babou throws a masquerade party in the middle of the desert, but the guests get out of control when they realize their Venetian disguises are covering a universal lack of heads. 2: Pinal tries to mend broken staircases that only ever ascend into other staircases by inviting the housewives to the opening of her new moustache-wax store. L’Ange du Foyer ou le Triomphe du Surréalisme by Max Ernst, 1937 3.
Pulling on his pants after our intimate encounter in my Las Vegas hotel room, the cute 23-year-old I’d just picked up holds out his cellphone, urging me to tap in my number. Having sex with a stranger is thrilling, but I’m not that interested in a repeat performance.
Mixon is a likeable personality, but the series does her no favors by allowing her to do voiceovers that both undercut the narrative and don't add much humor; those voiceovers are often followed by Mixon smirking at the camera, and, frankly, her smirks are not the kind that make you laugh.
Just when you're hoping Mixon's character will actually move away from this obsession with her weight, she says stuff like, "I might as well accept it – I'm going to be vice fattest." Oh, there's also an O. Simpson joke that doesn't even reference the recent FX series or the ESPN documentary and just appears to be, well, really dated. There's an unseen housewife who is clearly the fattest in all of Westport.
“Nap time = The Best Time,” Channing captioned the black and white photo. When Jenna, 36, landed on the cover of Cosmopolitan, Channing jumped on social media to celebrate her.
“I don’t always read magazines, but when I do, it’s the @Cosmpolitan with my incredibly beautiful wife on it,” he captioned a snap reading the mag.