Who's Your Housewife? 

Thursday, Apr 7 2011
Former Saturday Night Live cast member Casey Wilson, Whitney Cummings (pictured), Mary Elizabeth Ellis, June Diane Raphael, Melissa Rauch, Danielle Schneider, Jessica St. Clair and Morgan Walsh take on the rich, tanned and Botoxed ladies from both coasts (and Atlanta) by performing staged readings of the franchise's greatest scenes. For real dramatic effect, they may flip a few tables, throw drinks, pull on weaves and poke implants. Who will come out on top? New York's Ramona Singer and her oversized eyes? Atlanta's Kim Zolciak and her wig? Or New Jersey's Danielle Staub and her sky-high eyebrows? And who knows? She crashed the White House — maybe D.C.'s Michaele Salahi will pay an unexpected visit tonight. Don't be tardy for the party.
Thu., April 14, 9:30 p.m., 2011
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