– Starcasm Taylor Swift takes the stand, testifies in groping case – Dlisted Photo Credit: Jerod Harris/Getty Images Andy Cohen is not the all-seeing/all-knowing Oz of Real Housewives.

Of course, Ramona Singer knew it, but Andy claims he was surprised by the news.

Just like the rest of us, Andy learned of the Real Housewives Of New York star’s split from Tom D’Agostino on Twitter.

In 2008, it was criticized by several critics when in one of its episodes, the collar of the lead investigator, Grant Wilson, was claimed to have been pulled down by an “unforeseen” force three times.

Because one of his hands was strangely positioned at his side during the video, critics were led to believe that it was only him who was pulling a string to make his collar move.

Everybody was on her team.” Then boom: marriage is terminated. Since her return to The Real Housewives Of Orange County, Lydia has been trying hard to situate herself in the middle of the drama, rather than on its perimeters.

Luann’s logic is apparently more backed up than the toilets at Villa Crumbles de Morgan. Great move to keep that orange, but not so wise in terms of holding on to one’s sanity.

They open the envelope and the clue tells them to go to Ship Creek Launch. It directs them to take a taxi to Twenty-mile River about sixty miles (one hour or more) away, where speedboats are waiting to take teams to Twenty-mile Glacier.

At the boat launch is the last detour of Season 12: cut cod or grab crab. What teams don’t know is that the next clue box is at the top of the glacier, and they’ll have to climb the glacier to get to it.

Everyone’s going to Sixth Avenue Outfitters, a sporting goods store. The next clue is hidden in a capsule in one of the cod.

Father-daughter team Ronald/Christina get there first. They get the next clue envelope, and there’s also a bagful of sporting gear waiting for them to pick up. Ron bickers with Chris about the task, but they find a capsule in the first cod they work on.

An American paranormal reality television series, Ghost Hunters first aired on October 6, 2004 and features several paranormal investigators, including Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson.