Watch What Crappens #46: Top Chef Is Back, and The Housewives Are Wack

Shocker: there are other top tier shows on Bravo other than the Housewives. Join Ronnie Karam (, Matt Whitfield (Yahoo TV), and Ben Mandelker ( as they welcome back the newest season of Top Chef. Then it’s on to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Atlanta, and Miami. Oh, and a quick look at LOLwork… Brace yourselves. Come listen!

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4 replies on “Watch What Crappens #46: Top Chef Is Back, and The Housewives Are Wack”

  1. Love the podcast (as always) and just wanted to let you know my husband appreciated the shout out (I listen while making dinner and he just can’t stay out of the kitchen while I’m cooking) and the famous Louisiana dish is pronounced ay-too-fay. At least that’s how us southerners say it.

  2. another great podcast. for some reason, I imagine a disney-like commercial showing a clip of the housewives with a split-screen of the flipit or ben doing their voices

  3. I love the topic. When considering searmniy at age 39 I was often asked what do you want to get out of it? . This question can have quite an impact on where you decide to go. For me, I was fortunate to be one of the last in Willow Creek’s Church Leadership Development Program. This program utilized searmniy from Bethel’s InMInistry track. I liked being in ministry while studying as it provided a lot of applications at my fingertips. This was a distance program with 4 weeks of on-campus classes per year. Bethel’s MA in Transformational Leadership was a great mix of theology and leadership. I really enjoyed Biblical studies, hermeneutics, systems theory, and the leadership classes were engaging. I learned to read FAST, construct my thoughts by writing a lot (papers and postings), and I had my theology broadened, shaped and strengthened by learning other views,engaging them, and defending my conclusions. On the downside, there may be a deconstruction period for those attending searmniy. This is where all many of your preconceived notions get damaged and destroyed. It can be rather unsettling for many, but in the end it can be wonderful refining process. Making friends who are sharing your journey is huge. I still keep in contact with many and I have learned, grown, and gone deep with them.

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