He may have disappeared for a few seasons, but he’s one of the constant, mainly because he keeps dating women on the show.
It’s a pretty big joke that’s faded since he’s now been with Gretchen Rossi with four years, and they’re engaged, but it’s worth a trip down memory lane since RHOC is celebrating it’s 100 episode tonight.
Seriously, this scene alone should be preserved in a time capsule.
With their blown-straight hair, Cleopatra eyes and lip gloss so thick you can't help wiping your own mouth occasionally while watching, these gals are the poster children for reality chic. A., anything is possible," Jo intones, widening her eyes to denote seriousness as we imagine some poorly paid screenwriter wringing his hands -- how ever did it come to this?
She graduated from Mission Viejo High School and then from the University of California-Irvine, where she majored in English and Comparative Literature.
After college, she began working as part of a title insurance firm.
She moved in with Slade Smiley, another insurance executive, who was quite wealthy.
According to Jo, it was all Slade’s idea to be on TV.
“It was something that he wanted to do, we were engaged, and as corny as it sounds, I did it for love,” Jo says on the 100th episode anniversary special.