On Monday, December 17, it’s The Real’s Holiday Show! In addition to an episode full of exciting audience giveaways and viewer deals from Santa himself, the co-hosts discuss appropriate and polite office party conversation topics and whether parents should go all out for a baby’s first holiday season. Plus, the ladies share their favorite flirty and festive sexy texts.
Also, The Real Claw returns! A contestant is dropped into The Real Claw money pit and gains a whopping pile of holiday cash… and that amount is matched for a lucky audience member!
Then R&B icon Bobby Brown stops by with his family to talk about his lawsuit against Showtime involving their Whitney Houston documentary as well as his family’s memorable holiday traditions. He also brings out some special guests to help make a sizeable contribution to The Real’s Toys For Tots collection.
The Ladies of THE REAL Share Their Favorite Festive Flirts
Jeannie Mai: So ladies, I want to hear your most festive flirt. What ya got? What ya got?
Loni Love: I got one. ‘I’d like to climb your Christmas tree.’
Jeannie: That’s a good one! That’s a good one! I like that one! What about you, Ade?
Adrienne Houghton: I’m gonna go with ‘I don’t have a chimney, Santa. But feel free to climb down me tonight.’
Adrienne Houghton: Come on down and you don’t gotta wrap it up!
Loni: Tam, what do you got over there?
Tamera Mowry-Housley: Okay, I’m getting hot! ‘The stockings aren’t the only thing that’s hung around here.’
Adrienne: That’s good! That’s good.
Loni: I’ve got another one. ‘I know where I’m putting my mistletoe.’
Jeannie: How about this? How about this? ‘I know you’re from the North Pole. But, I’m interested in your South Pole.’
Adrienne: Oh! That’s a good one!
Tamera: Adam and I just bought the kids the “Elf on the Shelf”, so, mine is ‘The Elf on the Shelf isn’t the only one who will be changing positions tonight.’
Adrienne: I really like these!
Jeannie: I like that one! Wait! We gotta have something for everybody. How about this? ‘Is your name Kwanza? ‘Cause I wanna do you all week.’
Tamera: Where do you learn that one from, Jeannie?
Jeannie: I’m trying to include, I’m trying to be inclusive.
Adrienne: What about Hanukkah? How many days is Hanukkah?
Loni: Let’s not even get into that.
Adrienne: Eight days. That’s more than a week.
Tamera: I got another one, you guys.
Loni: Or you can always say ‘I’ll be your ho, ho, ho, ho, ho, ho, ho, ho, ho, ho.’
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