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Thomas Ravenel

With friends like these, who needs enemies?

Lorena Jordan gives us an irreverant, stream-of-consciousness recap of Southern Charm's third Season Premier.

For its third anniversary, The Alley did what it does best: invite the town out to a big, sexy party dressed out in the finest fashions history and budgets could afford. All we had to do in return was allow a portion of our ticket to be donated to the Be a Mentor Program, and enjoy the show.

If you’re a Republican, you didn’t vote for Nikki Haley to be your governor. You voted for her to be the governor of everyone else.

No, we're not talking about basketball. In a world of radical politicians, Shep Rose wonders when we might come to a center, a mutually beneficial meeting place.

Well, he did it. Convicted felon and a reality show star Thomas Ravenel files a petition to challenge Lindsey Graham.

If you're looking for words of wisdom, Glass Menagerie references, and magic spells, look no further. Here's the latest, and funniest review of last night's episode you'll find online.

Southern Charm this week led Hunter Gardner and friend Sam Hendry to a few conclusions. Dead baby jokes are never funny, narwals, are in fact real, and we all need to be more like Shep.

Ever thought reality TV could teach lessons in the real world? Hunter Gardner and Jeremy McLellan give us their lists of lessons learned after this week's episode of Southern Charm.

Peter Pan is going to be pissed when he hears this. Hunter Gardner get's back with Jeremy McLellan to discuss the lessons they took from this most recent episode of Southern Charm.

Kicking tires and lighting fires! Hunter Gardner is out on the streets once again, trying to find a link between the standard issues of Southern Charm and the lives of everyday Charlestonians.

Hunter Gardner is back in front of his TV, and along with Jeremy McLellan and Peter Schwartz, he takes a closer look at the dynamics of the Bro Code and how kindergarten crushes work, or don't.

Why is everyone so angry!? Southern Charm may not be a perfect representation of our beloved Charleston, but does that call for a digital, fact checking vigilante? Let's take a step back.

When three comedians sit down and watch Southern Charm together, this is what happens. Hunter Gardner, Jeremy McLellan, and Lauren Krass have a round-table discussion about Charleston's finest.

Are we crazy!? Are the things we saw on the much awaited Southern Charm reality show normal for an everyday Charlestonian. Local comedian Hunter Gardner gives us the first of his weekly reviews.

The lesson involved a trip to the Blind Tiger, a quick chat at the bar, and a "spilled" gin and tonic. And unfortunately, it may be the same lesson people will learn from watching Southern Charm...

It's official: the Charleston-based reality show we've all been dreading will air March 3. Here's a look the Bravo series' FULL TRAILER (paternity tests and fake eyelashes included)...

Apparently he was busted early Monday morning on DUI charges in East Hampton. Are we offended he took his antics out of state? And what does this mean for the reality show?

Before Bravo's new reality series begins stabbing us with long-dated stereotypes, here's a newsflash: Charleston is way more interesting than all that... we've got 'burbs, and we know how to use them

You've heard Charleston's about to enter the Bravo reality show fray? And that Thomas Ravenel is set to star? These things never really end well...