SH “HIT AND RUN” FRIDAY: Casting For New “Housewives-Like” Show… Faye Resnick “BabyDaddy Morris”!!… Project Runway Recap From “flipit/Ronnie”… Adrienne Maloof “Goin’ Broke” Well, Not Exactly!… Caroline Manzo “Christmas Gift To Lauren”

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Casting for a new “Housewives”-type show in San Diego:

“If you live in or know anyone who lives in affluent San Diego neighborhoods such as Rancho Sante Fe, Del Mar, La Jolla, etc. for a “Housewives type show” … This is an AMAZING opportunity for anyone who wants a book deal or a spin-off show about their new restaurant.”

NOTE:  The casting director is the same director who cast “Beverly Hills Nannies“… whatever happened to that dud of a show?


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Ma boo, flipit/Ronnie’s …from TVGasm... latest recap of Project Runway All-Stars.

NOTE:  LOVE the recap, LOVE “flipit” Ronnie and especially LOVE any creative videos he “stars” in!!  The show, however, is a total dud!  If  you’re watching Project Runway All-Stars, the model/host is a substitute for sedatives… she needs an injection of personality… STAT!!


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A great piece from HamptonRoads re the Maloof’s financial issues… and the decision to move the Kings from Sacremento to Virginia Beach.  As mentioned several times on SH, da Maloofs have been chipping away at their inherited money… and da Maloofs are pissin’ people off!    NOTE:  Have always laughed at Adrienne’s tagline, which said that she “works” for her money!

“Virginia Beach officials quietly began laying plans for an 18,500-seat arena blocks from the Oceanfront early last year. It would need an anchor tenant, and sources have said since August that the target is the Kings.

The framework of the Virginia Beach deal calls for a $346 million facility and an additional $80 million to move the team. The city would put in $241 million, and city officials want the state to put up $150 million. Comcast-Spectacor, the sports and entertainment company that would operate and lease the arena for 25 years, would put in $35 million.

As the deal stands now, 92 percent of the project would be publicly funded, with no money from the Maloofs.

Although that family – four bachelor brothers, a reality-TV-star sister and their mother – are widely disliked in Sacramento now, that wasn’t always the case. They took full control of the team in 1999, bringing Las Vegas glitz to the staid state capital.

“When the Maloofs hit town, they really excited the city,” said Councilman Rob Fong, who likens Sacramento to a Midwestern town. “They were a shot of adrenaline.”

Shortly after buying the Kings, the Maloofs built the first tower of their Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. The cast of the MTV reality show “The Real World: Las Vegas” stayed there. It became a hotel of choice for the young rich and famous.

Meanwhile, the Kings, who had always been loved in Sacramento, were getting good – very good. They had standout players in Chris Webber, Vlade Divac and Peja Stojakovic. The starting five made the cover of Sports Illustrated in the 2001 story “The Greatest Show on Court.”

The next season, they posted the best record in the NBA, winning 36 out of 41 games at home. At Arco Arena, fans clanged cowbells so loudly that opposing coaches complained until they were banned. In overtime, the Kings lost Game 7 of the conference playoff finals to the Los Angeles Lakers, the closest they’ve come to the NBA championship.

The Kings kept making the playoffs, and the Maloofs added a $600 million building – the “Fantasy Tower” – to the Palms. It included a suite with a half basketball court, electronic scoreboard, locker room and cheerleaders for hire.

Meanwhile, Arco Arena was aging. A 2006 plan to raise the sales tax to help build a new arena on a downtown railyard was put up for a vote. During a campaign to secure public funds, the Maloof family angered some fans by appearing in a fast-food restaurant commercial filmed in their casino that touted their net worth at $1 billion and advertised a $6,000 combo meal – burger, fries and a 24-year-old bottle of Bordeaux.

Councilman Fong, who was an architect of the 2006 sales-tax plan, said the Maloofs never got behind it and eventually came out against it. “To this day, I don’t understand what happened,” he said. “My guess is, they were worried it would pass.”

The referendum bombed. Eighty percent of voters were against it – and fans began to doubt the Maloofs’ commitment to Sacramento.


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(Thanks to SH readers “Duffy” “OC” and “PMG”!!!)