[S1 E32]: The Dakota Williams Show with Elizabeth Banks
Voiceover: Live from Twitter, It’s the Dakota Williams Show.
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Voiceover: Now heeeeeere’s Dakota!
We see the doors open and Dakota walks out onto the studio stage as the audience claps…
Dakota: Thank you for watching our show. Please welcome our studio audience. How you doin’
The audience responds: How you doin’
Dakota: I’m doing okay, let’s get started, it’s time for hot topics
Fun music plays as Dakota walks over to her chair and the audience cheers
Dakota: So, recently on the housewives of Windsor, we got to meet Elizabeth’s friend Julia. We didn’t see much of her but she talked with Elizabeth about Hattie not defending Elizabeth enough. Honestly, I think Hattie could have stopped Arabella easily, but she didn’t. So they obviously showed some cracks in their, uh, friendship. But anyway, I have to see more of Julia to make my judgment.
Dakota: Before Coco’s restaurant opening or whatever, Hattie and Arabella had a conversation about all the Elizabeth drama. They kind of agreed to move forward. But if Hattie was loyal to Elizabeth why would she be trying to form a relationship with Arabella. *points to the camera* That’s another example of a crack.
Dakota: We also saw from Evelyn the issues that she’s having as a, uh, doctor during the pandemic. And that her husband hasn’t been totally supportive and understanding of her job. Now the other girls had some shady things to say in their, uh, confessionals thinking that there is something more to Evelyn’s problems, and it’s not just work. Clap if you think there’s more to the story…
Most of the audience claps
Dakota: Mhm, mhm I also think there’s something more there. Anyway, the girls that went to Arabella’s house before, I think it was Hattie, Dixie, and Evelyn came to Coco’s party together. And Hattie and Dixie were hammered when they showed up. Which I think is totally unacceptable to be drunk going into a party. Finally, after Arabella and Elizabeth started fighting, Coco kicked all of the ladies out, except one of them I forgot her name, but she had just walked in. All the ladies deserved to be kicked out though, don’t you all agree?
Audience agrees and claps
Dakota: After the ladies got kicked out the fighting between Arabella, and Elizabeth’s girl Julia kept going. I think it was nice that somebody stuck up for Elizabeth, especially if Hattie hadn’t. I’m sure that felt good. We’re gonna talk to Elizabeth later about everything that’s gone down in the first three episodes of the series.
Dakota: We have a new spinoff! From Married to Medicine OG, Angela Westbrook Syed’s media comapny there’s a new show called, listen to this…The Medical Misfit Takes NYC. It features Jocelyn from Married to Medicine as she goes on a book tour around New York City. And there’s some special guests that join her including Kathy from Ladies of Twitter, and Jazmine, Tre, and Tiffany from Married to Medicine join her.
Dakota: The series will include some drama between the girls, we don’t know a lot about it but I can see Dr. Tiffany ruffling some feathers with the new girls, you never know. But I think that Tre, Jocelyn, and Tiffany being on the same show and knowing each other better than the others, that could be concerning to someone like Kathy coming into their circle. We’ll have to wait and see, but the three episode spinoff airs tonight, Thursday, and Friday.
Dakota: On Monday, we got the Ladies of Twitter finale and it was explosive. We got an update into Kathy’s marriage that was plummeting because he wanted to move to New York and Kathy wanted to stay in, uh, Twitter to run her handbag line. We learned that Kathy’s husband packed up his things and didn’t know if it was that last time he’d be in Twitter in the house
Dakota: Mhm, mhm, so Elle and Amal sat down and had a conversation after Grenada to restart their friendship. Out of all the scenes in the finale, this one was my favorite. It was nice to see them start growing a friendship, and then when Chris came and joined them that was great. I also think it gave Amal an insight into their relationship after all the rumors about Elle and Chris. So, glad that they’re moving on and, uh, hopefully things aren’t messed up and the reunion *laughs*
Dakota *sips drink* So, Rose threw a party, it was like a glamour party or something with all of Twitter’s socialites. And obviously Elle was ignoring Luci becuase of everything that went down in Grenada. What happened was Amal and Luci walked over to Elle talking to some of her others friend. Luci clearly intoxicated. And she made some horrendous comments about, you guessed it, the rumors the Chris is cheating. These jokes were disgusting, Luci was totally in the wrong.
Dakota: Elle told her to stop doing what she was doing, and then Luci did it again, socializing with Elle’s friends that Elle respectively said not to do. Luci is totally in the wrong here and from this point on, all hell broke loose and the girls were attacking each other left and right. I don’t know where the ladies go from here. They seemed to all be making progress but after this event, it seems that it’s back to the three versus the other three. And we’ll find out where they’re at because both parts of the reunion air tonight and on Friday.
Dakota: Let’s take a look at the girls reunion dresses. I think my favorites would be Rose first, I love everything about that look. The hair, the train, the shoes, it looks good. I also like Amal’s dress. The ponytail is cute, I wouldn’t have gone with it, but it works for her. Honestly, Grace, Elle, and Kathy look pretty good as well. The only one I didn’t like was Luci’s and I think that’s because if the hair. The dress is nice, but, uh, I’m not loving the hair. But, as a group they look stunning.
Dakota: We’re circling back to the Real Housewives of Windsor with Elizabeth Banks when we return. Don’t go anywhere.
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Voiceover: Don’t forget to watch the premiere on August 24th!
Dakota: All the way from the United Kingdom, from the Real Housewives of Windsor, Elizabeth Banks come on out!
Elizabeth: HELLO DARLINGS! *waves and blows kisses to the audience* Dakota! Thank you so much for having me!
Dakota: Elizabeth, nice to meet you, how you doin?
Elizabeth: I’m doing good, thank you. Very excited to be here — and for people to finally see the goings-on in Windsor. It’s been eventful!
Dakota: We can’t wait. First thing I want to ask you, are you really friends with Camilla because she seems like such a not nice person?
Elizabeth: Yes, Camilla and I go back decades. Camilla has always been painted as the bad guy in the whole Diana situation but she’s a big softie really. I’m one of the few people who remained friends with both of them and there was never any malice between them at all. Despite what the press say… Camilla has been a wonderful step mom to Will and Harry too.
Dakota: Interesting, alright, let’s talk about the charity event. What was your reaction to Coco blowing up on you like that?
Elizabeth: Coco has a short temper. It’s not flattering at all and as the season plays out, her temper rears its ugly head again. I’m not a mug, though, I’ll stand up for myself when I need to.
Dakota: Mhm mhm, if you could take the comment that you made about the invitations back would you?
Elizabeth: No, not at all! They were ugly. End of. *laughs*
Dakota: Now, the argument with Arabella. What’s the deal with Thomas being involved with prostitutes? Is that true, and why did she, uh, say that?
Elizabeth: Arabella is a despicable woman who is a major deflector. My Thomas and I are so close, he’s the kindest most loving boy. And for that hypocrite to start spreading malicious rumours about him, it makes my blood boil. That’s all they are. RUMOURS. *sits back in her chair looking uncomfortable*
Dakota: I didn’t think they were true either. What did you want Hattie to do in the argument with Arabella?
Elizabeth: *sighs* I feel Hattie should have been more present in that argument. I’m the one her loyalties should lie with; we’ve been friends for over 25 years. She’s the godmother to my sons. And yet, there she was, sat silent while I was being attacked. I wish I could say the situation gets better as the season progresses, but it really doesn’t…
Dakota: We got an introduction to your friend Julia in this episode, tell us all a bit about her.
Elizabeth: *face lights up* Julia is a superstar! She is the only one who truly has my back all season. She’s fun, outspoken and isn’t afraid to take on any bitch who speaks out of line. She’s my kind of girl! *grins* Safe to say, she has quite a few clashes this season…
Dakota: She’s definitely a firecracker, and she really stood up for you against Arabella. How did you feel about that?
Elizabeth: I was just glad someone was! *laughs* I mean, I can look after myself but having Julia around made things ten times easier. Especially when Arabella would start her games.
Dakota: Okay, okaya, We saw you apologize to Coco about your comments, what can you tell us about where the two of you go from here?
Elizabeth: Coco and I have a bumpy ride this season. We definitely don’t see eye to eye with one another on a number of things and that plays out on screen.
Dakota: Hmm…what was your reaction to Hattie and Dixie being hammered at Coco’s opening, and then throwing you all out?
Elizabeth: Looking back, Hattie and Dixie’s behaviour was classless and rude and I’m not afraid to say that they were out of line. Coco’s reaction was warranted, but a little extreme. Notice how she let some people stay but still threw me out.
Dakota: Well, that one girl had just walked in, but I don’t think you did anything to warrant getting kicked out
Elizabeth: Exactly! She’s a hothead.
Dakota: Thank you, Elizabeth for coming on the show
Elizabeth: Thank you, Dakota!
Dakota: Thank you all for watching our show. The Real Housewives of Windsor airs on Mondays and Fridays. We’ll see ya on Friday for the LAST SHOW of our season. *blows kisses*
The camera fades from the studio as the audience claps