Zach Tinker needs to learn how to show respect during an interview. I've seen 2 zoom interviews with him this week where he is clearly bored and yawns several times. There could be other interviews out there but he's 2 for 2 in the 2 interviews I've seen of him. I've watched many dozens of zoom interviews during the pandemic and have never seen anyone else yawn during an interview. So disrespectful. And to show up like he just rolled out of bed. I wanted the interviewers to ask him if they were disturbing him. Afterall, Zach was the one who agreed to the interviews. They didn't call and wake him up unexpectedly. Cancel the interview if you're not up to it. In the Michael Fairman interview, there were 4 other cast members who took the time to look decent and never acted bored or yawned. Tinker has so much to learn. Take a lesson from the classy Eileen Davidson in that same Fairman interview and from Charles Shaughnesssy and RSW and Peter Porte who were all so much classier than Zach.
OK, so I couldn't quite bring myself to listen to Bethenny's voice for any great length of time! But I imagine there must be a lot of this going on: "Dennis told me there is no way this is legit. So I knew. I knew it all. I told everybody about this YEARS ago. Andy called me up and was like 'OMG you were so right, Bethenny, that's, like, insane.' It's insane, right? I really do know it all."
I don't doubt her story -- TG has been doing this for years. The thing that irks me a little is Bethenny trying to climb on the bandwagon about two years too late. She knew but is only saying now?
Also Rinna and Kyle -- they knew but said nothing and have this season been actively coddling Erika with the 'There's no proof she knew' blah blah. IMO this may be the point of Bethenny's interview -- to put her two former friends (esp. Kyle) in the complicity hot seat.
Finally, this whole interview subject matter shows that Bethenny (despite believing herself to be the breakout star beyond RH) will probably never be able to leave that Bravo universe. She is just too closely associated with it.