Selling Sunset Tea Party
The new season of Selling Sunset has only just begun, but we’ve already got an idea of what to expect from the show’s newest additions, Chelsea Lazkani and Christine Quinn. The latter is also the show’s most interesting addition, thanks to her ability to make waves in the real estate industry. She’s already gotten to work at the Oppenheim Group, a high-end brokerage firm in West Hollywood.
Despite her name, Lazkani isn’t from Los Angeles, but she’s British and certainly not shy about making waves. In fact, her most recent accomplishment has been a tea party, a party she hosted for her friends in honor of her friend, fellow agent and realtor Christine Quinn. This is a clever touch, as she hopes it will help ease some tension in the office. It may have worked, too.
Other agents in the group include the resilient Chrishell Stause and the oh-so-brilliant Heather Rae El Moussa. They’ve got a pretty good handle on the finer points of the real estate game, too. But it’s the ladies of the Oppenheim Group who really make the show shine.
While the show has some great outfits, the show has its share of missteps. In fact, there are several continuity errors in the show, including an onscreen’miomio’ and a’so-so’ wardrobe malfunction. Even the best laid plans are sometimes derailed by something as minor as a phone call.
Similarly, Christine has been making a lot of headlines in recent weeks, especially after she was shown giving birth in an episode two years ago. Her maternity leave was not as long as it could have been, however, and it was only a matter of time before she left. Meanwhile, the newest member of the group, Chelsea Lazkani, has been unafraid to make waves, which has been a welcome change.
The real estate game hasn’t been easy on anyone, but the team has managed to keep the drama at bay. For one thing, Davina has remained friends with most of the agents in the group, despite their rivalry. Another reason why they’re still in business is that the group’s new addition, Chelsea, has a knack for making the right moves in the right way. Whether she can help Chelsea make the most of her new job is yet to be seen.
The most important question, of course, is whether or not Christine will actually stick around after the season is over. If not, she’ll be a relic, which will only exacerbate the problems she’s had with some of the other girls since she came aboard. That said, there’s been plenty of fun to be had on the show this season, particularly in the last few episodes. And the best part is that the show’s creator, Adam DiVello, has done an admirable job of keeping viewers invested in the show’s characters and plotlines.
Having said that, it’s been hard to ignore the show’s biggest blunders. On one hand, there are the obvious mishaps, like a poorly timed phone call from Jason, but on the other, the production has managed to keep viewers interested in the show even after a few disappointing episodes.