Dirty Soap Recap: Farah Fath and Kirsten Storms Argue a Lot

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Last week's Dirty Soap was heavy on overbearing mama drama.

This week, relationships between cast members were the focus.

Where do we even begin recapping the goings on with E!'s new crop of reality stars ... who are sort of actual stars, if you watch the soap operas they star in at least.

Let's kick off this week's recap with Brandon Beemer (how do you become anything but a soap star when given a name like that) giving Nadia Bjorlin a birthday gift.

Dirty Soap Cast

 She got an iPad. She was unmoved, yearning for something personal. Kind of ungrateful, given that those things cost like $500 without 3G. But whatever, moving on.

At lunch Farah Fath wonders why Nadia and Brandon aren’t engaged, to which she responds that she is in no rush because it's not like marriage is any kind of guarantee.

Cynical, but not altogether untrue.

Then, wouldn't you know it, without ANY prompting from producers whatsoever, the conversation pivots to Days of Our Lives co-stars and the infamous Kirsten Storms.

Farah and Kirsten have not spoken since she made out with John-Paul Lavoisier a while back on some sort of crossover thing. We forget. But apparently it was bad!!

Later, Danny tells Farah he saw Kirsten the other day and that she thinks Farah is jealous. Gasp. Good guy that he is, Danny/the producers offer their help if needed.

At Nadia’s birthday party, Farah and JP see Kirsten and Kelly, who really needs to find friends more in her age bracket if she decided to come as Kirsten’s wingman.

Farah vents at Kirsten. The waterworks start to flow. Then flow some more.

Kelly, like the rest of us, has no actual clue what's even going on here.

In the end, all we know is Farah walks away and cries; Kirsten doesn't.

John-Paul Lavoisier and Farah Fath

The married Jenna and Galen join Brandon and Nadja for a getaway trip to Napa. They're leaving their kids at home for the first time ... and clearly it's not easy.

Despite a couple of phone calls, and probably more we didn't see, Jenna does calm down and relax a bit, and by and large, Nadja is satisfied with her birthday.

Honestly, what 31-year-old cares that much about her birthday. You made it another year without dying and have a paying job. Be happy and just chill, girl.

Back in L.A., Kelly Monaco is not a big fan of weddings, despite the fact that she's about to tie the knot on General Hospital. How is THAT for irony, people?!?!

Wouldn't you know it, things begin to change as she tries on that wedding dress. She can't help but think about her future and what she's doing in this world.

Will she live for the moment, or look to the future? These are things that a soap opera star must deal with as she acts out a fake wedding. It's, like, so deep.

Farah and Kirsten decide to meet again and argue about Lord knows what. We've lost track at this point, but Farah doesn’t like that Kirsten pushes her away!

Kirsten, for her part, is ticked about how Farah talks about how her and her life behind her back and has NO idea what she's even talking about, girlfriend.

So there.

Farah goes home and whines to JP and Dan about how she just wants to get along but Kirsten can't function without the drama and is one messed-up bitch.

Kirsten and Kelly, meanwhile, blow off steam in Vegas. Girl time cures all. What did you think of this week's Dirty Soap episode? Comment on it below!


Whatever, Farah you are a empty person without talent! You show your true colors in this new show "dirty soaps"! I cannot stand you and your pushy side. You think to highly of yourself! I wish this show would remove you and your drama! I love drama, but not from a drama queen who thinks she is different or special. YOUR NOT! HOPE THEY SAY GOODBYE TO YOU SOON!!!!!!!!


I am a nurse, and I am surprised and find it utterly ridiculous that some of you believe that Kirsten should have reacted "less dramatically" when receiving her diagnosis. It is not for ANYONE to say how a person should react in any given situation. I have seen patients receive diagnoses of cancer and their emotions run from shocked silence to falling out crying and screaming. It all depends on the person. If some of you feel Kirsten is overly dramatic, that's your opinion, but only she knows how she really feels and her emotional state is her own. Judgmental much?


Farah is annoying. I have a headache from watching her.


I disagree with your post about endometriosis. My friend has this and she is often in a lot of discomfort. The doctors told her she couldn't have children naturally. However, with ICSI she was able to carry a child. BUT not without a ton of pain from the cysts. Yes while they can remove the cysts (not while you are pregnant), often the reappear within a short time. My friend told me that while she was pregnant her cysts were 1/4 the size of her baby head at full term, ouch! My husband and I were just told we could not conceive. I can attest from personal experience when someone tells you that you can't have children you feel like your world has collapsed around you. I have even started seeing a therapist to discuss my depression from infertility. I feel like Kirsten's emotions were well justified.


countryangel, these people have big egos. When something goes wrong, they want to bathe in misery and wallow. And now it's even on tv so people can go 'awwww.' Both Kirsten and Kelly are sickly thin. Brandon is the male version, except he has abs. That doesn't make him look healthy to me. Nadia could squash him, no wonder her mother wants a more manly man for her daughter. Without good lighting during the interviews, Kirsten & Kelly look the worst. And they're all drama queens. Good grief. I cannot believe people idolize these self-obsessed idiots.


I watched this the other night, and I have to say that I wasn't impressed. Kirsten got all dramatic about being diagnosed with endometriosis like it's a death sentence. This should have been handled more appropriately. If anyone sees how traumatized she was, it will put them into panic mode. Fact is, she should have been happy that someone found out what the cause was and been positive about it. It's not a death sentence, and it shouldn't be treated as if someone found out they are dying of cancer.


sounds like a soap opera to me!


I think Farrah genuinely cares and loves Kirsten. She might talk crap and say she doesn't like her, but you could clearly see she still wants Kirsten in her life. That is a long friendship, and its probably painful for her to see where they are now when they considered each other sisters so many years ago.


I think the show is heavily edited to show Farah as this drama queen. It always looks like JP is clueless about everything. He is like an overgrown boy. Nadia's Mom needs to chill out and butt out too! ugh...awful nagging woman!


Neither Kirsten nor Farah are handling the situation very well in my opinion. Farah is obviously very hurt and she takes out her frustration with immature comments behind Kirsten's back. Kirsten tells Kelly she needs back-up though because Farah is the type to throw a drink in someone's face and she herself is not? I mean come on. I have a feeling Kirsten can handle herself just fine and it's obvious she knows how to get to Farah with her own hurtful comments mixed with indifference toward her. I'm sure most of us know what it's like to have close friendships fallout through misunderstandings and things said that can't be taken back. What a sad mess. :( It seems to me that both of them have insecurities as most of us do. I really think Farah does really care but it looks to me as though her insecurities in general and about the situation lead her to act, for lack of a better word, bitchy. Not going to hate her for though.

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