Tensions are at an all time high when Ali confesses that she no longer wants to collaborate with Jeremy Greene. The Maloof brothers baby-sit Cody and Ali.
1-7: "The Billionaire Babysitters" 2008.07.13
Posted Jul 12, 2008 @ 2:41 AM
Posted Jul 14, 2008 @ 2:43 AM
I do remember Cody meeting the Girls Next Door and Dina commenting that she'd never seen him so quiet.
I think Dina also had some special pampering, 'cause I remember her dragging her nasty long French nails through her stringy hair, and complaining about how old and tired she is, given all the work she has to for Ali's and Lindsay's career. (Did anyone else know that Lindsay Lohan is one of Dina's daughters? She's putting out a third album this summer.)
The editors included a specially Satanic-looking shot of Dina with her eyelids drooping, or maybe I was having a nightmare.
Posted Jul 14, 2008 @ 10:24 AM
Clearly Ali's 'artistic vision' is heavily dependent on how much obsequious pandering she gets. Is Uriah Heep available to be her next producer?
Posted Jul 14, 2008 @ 1:30 PM
I watched this episode last night and I barely even remember anyhthing from it. Damn this show is boring!
Posted Jul 14, 2008 @ 4:25 PM
I checked out Jeremy's MySpace page, yes I am properly ashamed of myself, and his music is not too terrible.
Two minutes into this I found myself wondering why in the hell I was watching a show where a 14yr old bratted her way through 22 minutes of my tv viewing time. Oh yeah, I was killing time before Army Wives started. God I wish Lindsay appeared on this because at least then it might be interesting.
Posted Jul 14, 2008 @ 10:43 PM
I know she was Lindsay's vocal coach too, so I'm guessing Ali knows her from her sister and probably feels comfortable with her. I casually know Susan because her sister is my sister's, sister-in-law.(you followed that right?) I've met and spoke with her quite a few times and even recently talked to her a bit at her sisters house for a 4th of July party. I jokingly asked for her autograph. I really wanted to ask her about what went on, but I don't know, I kind of felt funny about it. And really, I thought..do I really care? Um...no. I did think about asking, did she think Ali can really sing,like what was her honest opinion. I chickened out. (this was after the first Vegas episode aired) But I can tell you, they treated her very well when she was out there. She was telling us that she had her own "pool boy." My sister and I were very jealous.
Among all the mind-boggling non-events that happen on this show, the one I get hung up on is little middle-aged Susie Whitebread being Ali's vocal coach on a hip hop album.
And I have to say, she's a really nice person too. Just thought I'd get that out.
Posted Jul 15, 2008 @ 2:15 PM
Posted Jul 15, 2008 @ 3:50 PM
Dinasaur doesn't care what Jeremy does, 'cause she has lawyers to deal with that stuff, you got that?! How can anyone be this delusional? Why do I always doubt myself, why can't I be 1% like these people?
Did anyone else notice how Ali's hair changed? She got it done a bit curly, then when she was talking to Jeremy about not wanting to do the song her hair was completely straight, then when Dinasaur came back from abusing her son, it was curly again.
Posted Jul 15, 2008 @ 6:27 PM
Posted Jul 16, 2008 @ 2:05 AM
If she changed her mind about the song (or more likely changed her opinion about Jeremy) - just suck it up and put down the track. She can throw it out later if she decides it won't make it on her album and count it as growth experience. At her age she should be jumping (and asking "how high" first) on any opportunities like this. If she wants to be coddled, pampered and fed praise for nothing with her pablum she has no place on "reality" tv.
Dina's to blame for this. She wanted to make sure Ali wouldn't change her mind again the next day about the song but I'm sure if Ali did Dina would just backslide again and give her anything she wanted.
Cody ... so cute and sweet - "one relationship at a time, not like five". Are we certain he's really part of this family? He must have been brought in to fill out the family.