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A fast-paced reality show that follows several incredibly busy and ambitious Manhattan women. Watch as they balance envious social calendars, challenging careers, and motherhood, with the hustle and bustle of the big city all around.
LuAnn de Lesseps,
I can't help to watch this train wreck. It makes me appreciate where I live even more. I don't know whose worse, the sellers or the buyers of million dollar properties in the Los Angeles area or Southern California. There are three male Realtors of course, no females except for Madison's assistant, Heather. I dislike Madison more than the other two Josh's in all. I find him to be quite arrogant, possessive, and shallow. I wouldn't want him to sell my home personally. I dislike the way he treats Heather and suspects Josh's influence over her as the reason that she wants to branch out on her own. She's a capable woman and we're not in the 18th century. Anyway, Madison is the gay Realtor with a girl's name who lives in Malibu. Josh Altman is the Jewish Realtor who is far nicer in my opinion. He is still a Mama's boy though. The other Josh Flagg is still a mystery. Anyway, there is a feud brewing between Madison and Josh because Josh is dating Madison's assistant. Anyway, I'll watch the show on the television most misogynistic network of course for entertainment. I'll go and find my own Realtor if I wanted too.
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