While everyone expected the Gretchen/Slade relationship to go over like a lead brick with Jo De La Rosa, here she tells Reality Wanted why Slade did her the “favor”… Chandra, Reality Wanted: Will you make an appearance in Season 5 of The Real Housewives of Orange County? Jo: It is one of those things where, I left the show back in Season 2, and my life is so different now, who I am now compared to who I was 4 years ago. There were talks of me coming on the show to confront Gretchen and Slade, but I need to be selfless at this point.
The contestants are from various racial/ethnic backgrounds, Slade is Caucasian, and Jo is Latina. Jo is sometimes shown in her underwear and getting dressed.There's also lots of sexual innuendo (including seeing Jo in her scanty underwear) and alcohol consumption.And Slade exhibits some jealous and often controlling behavior as potential dates compete for Jo's affection.And Slade exhibits some jealous and often controlling behavior as potential dates compete for Jo's affection.It's not often a show about modern "dating" brings to mind the quiz-show scandals of the 1950s, but watching Bravo's new reality series "Date My Ex," I found myself inexplicably flashing back to Ralph Fiennes as scholar turned disgraced contestant Charles Van Doren in "." No doubt this was, in part, a subconscious attempt to remain awake, to relieve the utter tedium of "Date My Ex," in which Jo De La Rosa, formerly of "The Real Housewives of Orange County," engages in an upscale dating game with -- oh, what will they think of next?!