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The Drama Queen 1 Season 2014

Season 1
(3) IMDb 5.6/10

8. All Good Things Must Come to an End TV-14 CC

In the season finale, Marki throws an art opening for her partner Tommy, and Michelle gets troubling news about her health.

Starring:
Wendy Lee Dickey, Paisley Scott
Runtime:
42 minutes
Original air date:
January 1, 2014

Available to watch on supported devices.

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Wendy Lee Dickey, Paisley Scott
Season year 2014
Network E! Entertainment Television LLC
Producers Amie Barnes, Mark Bobadilla, Jeff Collins, Eric Gosselin, Michael Hammond, A. Ty Risby, Leslie Spann
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Debbie Joy on December 26, 2013
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I remembered seeing Markie and most of her family on Interior Therapy With Jeff Lewis-what a character-that LAUGH! I hope she learns to respect and honor
her relationship with her son's father and lets him have more of a voice-it is beyond dismaying to learn that her near school-aged child is still sharing their bed-at her insistence - and against his mostly ignored objections. Taking a good man for granted-while reminding him who the chief bread-winner is, yet, is probably not a great choice. Has she forgotten he is adorable?!? And the man?

That having been said, this is a very engaging show-most of us don't know what Hollywood really is-the good, the bad, and the ugly. Markie is an oddly effective and interesting combination of original Old School Hollywood-she grew up with it, as the grand-daughter of Lou Costello, and step-child to Dean Martin's son-with the modern-day "Mwah! mwah!" kiss-kiss glibness of modern-day Hollywood. She navigates the whole thing effortlessly, while at the same time managing to be authentic-and relentlessly refusing to settle for less from -or for- her clients. She is a bit large, a bit loud, a lot blunt-not your prototypical Hollywood size zero Botox plastic Barbie Bimbo. It is wonderfully fun and interesting to watch her in action! She calls it like she sees it, and makes no excuses or apologies! I'm struggling to understand why she surrounds herself with a staff who, in some cases, seem to be more typically Hollywood superficial, gossipy, and bitchy. I suppose they are protagonists, but it is an odd contradiction for her to have these people working for her. Maybe as I watch the show, I will understand that better-or perhaps she will snap to the fact that she deserves better. Either way, I will be watching!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 30, 2014
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Fun and entertaining as far as reality TV goes. Doesn't seem scripted like the housewives and Marki is the real deal. I love watching her give uncut criticism and advice to the upcoming "talent" of Hollywood. And is her office staff is something else!
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This woman is delusional and obnoxious. Didn't get past first 3 minutes. I wish this was like an Audible.com purchase so that I could get a refund.
This is what money-ish looks like when it's not actually earned.
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