If you want to see a tricky squirrel, a grown woman dressed like a crab or a cougar on the loose at a Fort Worth country club, Sunday night’s episode of Big Rich Texas is totally for you.
But don’t watch it alone in the dark. This week, the Style Network takes us to a tat shop in Lewisville, where we meet the most terrifying doll since Chucky. Whitney Whatley is finally moving out of the house at the ripe old age of 24 — albeit with a tattooed body-piercer named Booger, but it is progress. In a really twisted sort of way.
Also in this episode, 18-year-old Kalyn Braun explores her ultimate career goals in preparation for a job search.
I’ve been scuba diving a few times and that was really cool. So, maybe something with marine biology. I like riding horses.
Now, guess whether or not this statement is true: During this episode, Kalyn shovels horse dung on a ranch.
And what would Big Rich Texas be without some cougar action? At this rate, we’ll never know. Cindy Davis meets the creeper quota by leering over Leslie Birkland’s son, Tyler, at the beloved Woodhaven pool.
If you thought this wasn’t a family show, you clearly missed DeAynni Hatley’s Mother of the Year speech to her daughter, Shaye.
You stupid idiot, I don’t know what the heck your problem is.
I’ve got news for you, Dee: You may never know what Shaye’s problem is. But you can learn how important not treating your daughter like crap is in preventing her from being strung out on cocaine.
For all of this and more, read the recap on Reality Nation.