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Princesses Long Island ratings fall in week two "Princesses: Long Island," from left, Erica all red air max 90 Gimbe Chanel Omari, Amanda Bertoncini, Casey Cohen, Joey Lauren and Ashlee White. nike air max torch 4 (Credit: Bravo) "Princesses: Long Island" took a tumble in its second week on the air: 887,000 total viewers, which looks like a small nike free running number because it is a small number. That s a drop of about 350,000 viewers from week one nike free run grey not exactly what Bravo is or was looking for. (Though according to a spokeswoman, ratings are "always expected to go down 2nd week then build after that, hopefully. That is common in new series on cable.") Nevertheless, a climb over the premiere week s performance (1.24 million viewers) in the second week would have indicated definite traction, and offered the network some support in a decision to order a second season. A decline complicates matters, though it can certainly wait until next week to see if there s a bounce. (Obviously, if Bravo were to order a second season, it would want to do so shortly, to take advantage of the summer for shooting and production nike max air purposes.).

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Princesses Long Island recap Erica Gimbel, one of the cast members of the new Bravo TV reality show "Princesses: Long Island," at Great Neck Estates. (Credit: Newsday/Thomas A. Ferrara) As it nears the middle of the season, nike air max 90 white Bravo s "Princesses: Long Island" saw a particularly snooze worthy episode Sunday night not good for a show whose ratings took a nose dive last week for episode three. With all the preparing for and teasing of Ashlee White s 30th birthday party, I expected that scene to be at least entertaining to watch, but the most interesting part hummus crudits served from the waistband of a half naked guy s tighty whities had already been given away in the previews! Still, I was cringing thinking about the fact that Ashlee s parents were throwing this party and planned that detail. A bit gross on its own, but all the more so when it s your dad encouraging your friends to dip from a server s nether regions. Eww. Jewish singles camp could have been fun for Ashlee, black nike free run Chanel Omari, Joey Lauren and Casey Cohen. if they ever made it there. After a three hour drive to New Milford, Conn., Ashlee gets a call from the camp saying it has been closed because of a major storm. So they do what any pampered princess would: Head to a dive bar, mingle with the townies (who they would NEVER bring home to their Jewish mothers) and flirt with the bartender. Everyone manages to turn those frowns upside down with a few rounds of shots and some dance floor raging (you go, Coco!) everyone, that is, except Casey, who admittedly is "not the life of the party. I d rather drink and have fun with myself." What is that? Maybe for the fact that she works at a bar, the atmosphere is not particularly exciting for her, but what a wet blanket. Maybe I d see her point if she appeared to be actually having some fun sitting isolated at the bar, but it s not the case. Meanwhile, princesses Erica Gimbel and Amanda Bertoncini party with Amanda s mom, Barbara, during Body English Tuesdays at the Chateau in Carle Place, where Babs is basically a local celebrity. I m saying it now and I m sure I ll say it again before the season is over: Babs is by FAR my favorite cast member. With one liners like, "I m gonna get so low, I m gonna go to their basement" how can you not love her? Harder to embrace, or understand, really, is Erica s behavior that night. What begins as innocent flirting on her part, nike air max 93 as well as Amanda s, to score free drinks ends with her leading a guy away from the crowd following a drawn out conversation about "birthday sex." (It s his birthday.) This is AFTER Amanda reminds her she has a boyfriend. During her confessional filmed after the fact but interspersed throughout the scene, Erica dismisses her actions, saying womens nike free 5.0 boyfriend Rob would have no problem with what she s doing and that his trust issues stem from her reputation as "the hot girl" in high school. Erica, at 29 years old, I highly doubt Rob s jealousy comes from a reputation you had more than a decade ago. If he was jealous before seeing you talk to other guys about the thong you carry in your purse, oral sex and a possible sleepover, then you two are going nike running free 5.0 to have some MAJOR issues now. And they re your fault. Next episode, Chanel and Casey hold the intervention Casey previously expressed she wanted to stage with Erica about her heavy drinking, a problem that s been building throughout the season. I was hoping this would actually happen, both for Erica s sake as well as the entertainment value, since Casey and Erica are still at odds. It promises to be awkward at worst and explosive at best, but will Erica take it seriously?

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Princesses of Long Island What s in a name? If it s a bottle of nail polish and you re a Long Island princess a whole lot. Amanda Bertoncini s long red fingers are clicking over the candy colored choices at NuBest Salon and Spa. She s "really into pastels right now," but really, her mani monikers are even more important. ET/PT) kick up their stilettos and settle in for some pointed pampering. "I forgot what it s called like, So Psyched?" Bertoncini is wearing a leopard print, maximum cleavage maxi dress and towering turquoise heels. Then, a pale blue polish pops out. The name? Can t Find My Czechbook. "It s perfect," declares Bertoncini, grinning. There was the WASPy, plummy, Gatsby Long Island. There s the hedgerow hemmed, hedge fund funded Hamptons, Long Island. And there s this shiny, suburban, mostly Jewish swath just east of Queens on the North Shore of Lawn Guyland, known for brassy, sassy Daddy s girls, aka "princesses." Or so goes the stereotype. Like the Jersey Shore clan before them, who reclaimed "guido" with gusto, this court of six Princesses say they aren t offended by that ethno religious slur of an acronym that starts with J. And yeah, they may work for Dad, carry Louis Vuitton and Chanel, have aspirations of lip gloss and perfume empires and live at home in relative luxury, but they don t aim, or claim, to represent every Jewish person or Long Island resident. No matter that various Italian American organizations didn t exactly cozy up to Snooki s fuzzy slippers. Shari Levine, Bravo s senior vice president of production, isn t worried about what, say, the Anti Defamation League will think of her network s show. "Because you know what? We have shown these people to be who they are. They re very much themselves and very self aware. They are the first ones to laugh at themselves and say, This is who I am. This is how I was raised, and I love it. " In subjecting yet another subculture to the spotlight, "our goal wasn t to focus on a group and to give it a distorted lens, but to show how a group has a cultural relationship with each other and see the choices they make and the influences nike air max black they have," Levine says. But push the postmodern philosophizing aside: "We re entertaining," says a freshly spray tanned Erica Gimbel, 29. "We re like six Barbie dolls; everyone can relate to one of us," says Bertoncini, whose boyfriend, Jeff Hoffman, drove her here today because her outfit wasn t accelerator friendly. Hoffman, 39, who works in sales, is wearing a red visor embroidered air max outlet with her initials in white. There s even a Snooki sized princess: Ashlee White, 30, who stands 4 feet, 9 inches ("that s what I say) and whose size 5 neon orange platform pumps are "Krazy Glued" to her feet. "If I can t wear stilettos, I don t go." "Just because we re from a privileged environment doesn t mean we don t go through issues," says Chanel nickname: Coco nike free 4.0 Omari, 28. She s the only one who comes close to wearing a tiara: a headpiece fashioned from a $5 gold necklace. Omari is "a girl on a budget, believe it or not." To wit: She may get biweekly blowouts, but today s buffing and filing excursion is a treat for Omari; she typically DIYs her hot pink digits, every week. Bertoncini swears she expertly applied her giraffe long eyelashes herself. all black nike free run "People take that term (princess) and think we re handed everything on a silver platter, that we only shop and we re only into material things," says Gimbel. (Indeed, Joey Lauren, 30, says she grew up with only a "bronze" spoon, which dished out a Honda Accord, when everyone else was getting a BMW, and a public, vs. private, college education.) Being a Princess nike free womens 5.0 isn t all pool parties and Jelly Apple pedis. Gimbel s hands are getting the hot wax treatment. "That is some serious sweat," she says, examining her sticky green blouse. "That is not very princess like."