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  • john starr

    Who was the teacher of Tai Chi (Chuan) for the Shah “ladies”. His form was very good from the little I could see. As for the ladies, they have a long, long way to go.

  • labowner

    How have I not noticed Reza’s horrible comb over.

    Love, love, loved the GG and Asa scene.

    Eye, I agree that Reza was probably thinking Sasha was hitting on Adam, but Reza is being exposed to a new world since he is not controlling their lifestyle. I don’t think it ever occurred to Reza there were younger, hotter, gay Persians out there. If Reza grew up in BH, why is his dad and family in NY?

  • Aunt Dorsey

    Mikey, Mikey, Mikey you saw the classy way Reza treated his last partner, his bestest friend in the universe, Mercedes. Reza talked major trash about her work ethic and her sales records — how the hell did you expect to be treated differently? You do know you have to actually show houses to sell them, right? And it’s never too late to go back to college. But I love the revisionist history that you had such a fabulously successful career selling commercial real estate. Roll tape!

    Downtown Julie Brown — gah, her voice always made me homicidal.

    Love Asa’s ass, it’s like two sacks of lethargic felines getting ready to rumble. “When you’re a Jet, you’re a Jet all the way, from your first cigarette….”

  • rachelkashmir

    @eyediosmio- with love and respect, the D in Downtown Julie Brown deserves to be capitalized. And I agree RE GG. I’m sure Sean would have handled the “We’re on a break kiss” but the fact that she regularly chatted with Shayan ever since? Yeah, he had every right to be pissed.

    Bleh. Mike is this show’s Slade Smiley: was moderately successful when the market was hot and any low-grade sheister can make a buck. Now that he has to hustle, all he can do is cry about is “glory days” and blame is lack of success on Reza. He revealed how shallow and materialistic he really is when he was talking about those rings, how the ring she was going to wear more about him. I think getting married has less to do with being in love and more about acquiring another possession because all he seems to care about is being a ‘baller.’ Whatever goodwill I felt towards Mike died. Lazy, entitled wanker.