Tori Spelling, in her desperate attempt to save her sinking marriage show True Tori, has sunk to a new low. After her plan to create a ratings goldmine by inviting husband Dean McDermott’s ex-wife Mary Jo Eustace backfired, Tori is desperate to save this sinking ship. Now, the ever-victim Tori Spelling is concocting a plan to pull viewers back in by hinting she is going to bring cheating husband Dean McDermott’s mistress, the mysterious Emily Goodhand, to True Tori.
Obviously this is a last-ditch effort to save her show. The plan for having Mary Jo on the show was developed into the story line before the season began as Tori was told she needed something more salacious than last season as the show’s first season ended with disappointing ratings. Tori thought it was a great idea to bring in Mary Jo because the two have had a contentious relationship since Dean left his then-wife for Tori after their cheating scandal. But Mary Jo is so over Dean, so there was no drama over him at all. She sees Tori for what she is and is not threatened by her in any way. Dean’s beautiful ex came across as classy and confident—winning the hearts of viewers, and leaving Tori to play the victim once again.
Now, Tori believes she needs a storyline that will promise drama as her marriage woes with Dean are boring and played out—causing viewers to drop like flies. CDL exposed Tori and Dean’s manufactured story about Emily Goodhand shortly after news broke of Dean’s affair, poking holes in almost all parts of “the affair” story that conveniently led the way to the show True Tori at a time when the couple was most desperate for money and another show. So, how will producers be able to bring the star of a fake storyline to the show? Well, likely they will hire someone who has never been in the industry and hasn’t made a name for herself to play the role of the home-wrecker Goodhand.
That is about the only possible storyline left for Tori to try to breathe new life into the show. Likely what producers will end up doing is having “Emily” call in on the finale or reunion show to talk to Tori. It will be the safest option as far too many critics will be chomping at the bits to prove that Emily is a hired actress. If her face is not shown, Tori can keep up the story without fear she’ll be found out.
Stay tuned CDLers…because you KNOW we’ll bring you all the updates. And just remember who told you about the phone call from Emily on the big reunion show first!
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