Jason Oppenheim, owner of the Oppenheim Group, expands the company opening a second office in Newport Beach.Jason Oppenheim, owner of the Oppenheim Group, expands the company opening a second office in Newport Beach.Jason Oppenheim, owner of the Oppenheim Group, expands the company opening a second office in Newport Beach.
Boring, boring, boring!
Forget location, location, location here. The producers just leap into the drama without a single iota about the characters. The short gal with the giant lips needs to learn how to keep them together (and never, ever wear red on them again)! Right off the bat she yanks some gal into confrontation. Like I said, boring, boring, boring. We don't know who anybody is so how can we feel anything for anyone?! And Gio (?) professing his absolute love for a so-so property after the one shown in the beginning of episode 1. It was just so fake. The properties all look the same anymore. No character! I'd rather be middle-class with brains and a homey, warm home than rich with a fake face as well as personality-neither of which can move (hint, hint, Gio's mother). Good gawd her plastic surgeon should be fired for what he did to her face! She looks like a blow-up sex doll on crack! Imagine a woman in her 60s trying to look like a woman in her 20s. Just... ick. I'm really disgusted with Brett and Jason for exploiting Selling Sunset. Shame on them. Don't bother, folks. These people are not educated, the properties are all the same save for that first one and it shows.
- Aug 25, 2022
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