‘Southern Charm’ Episode Guide (April 18): Kathryn Wants Thomas to Co-Sign Her New House

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‘Southern Charm’ Episode Guide (April 18): Kathryn Wants Thomas to Co-Sign Her New House

“Hold Your Horses” (04/18/16) – As Craig settles in to his new job working for JD, Cameran recruits Shep to be her real estate partner. Meanwhile, Landon hits her dad up for cash and Kathryn begs Thomas to co-sign the lease on her new house, but that deal comes with strings attached.

This season on Bravo’s “Southern Charm,” everyone is back for another round of mint juleps as Landon Clements, Craig Conover, Kathryn Calhoun Dennis, Cameran Eubanks, Thomas Ravenel, Shep Rose and Whitney Sudler-Smith set out to prove that even with close friendships, family ties and civilized decorum the stakes are at an all-time high amongst South Carolina’s finest.

the rollercoaster romance between Thomas and Kathryn becomes even more complex as the two welcome a second Ravenel baby and struggle to co-parent successfully. Their tumultuous relationship creates a group divided as new feuds emerge and old feuds die hard.

Meanwhile, southern belle Cameran, whose booming real estate ventures find her in bed with Shep, at least professionally, must decide if she ever wants to board the baby train and enter motherhood. After a detox in Delaware, Craig returns to Charleston determined to prove he’s a changed man, thanks in part to his new girlfriend, Naomie.

As Whitney contemplates the notion of leaving Charleston for good to follow his passion for film production, Craig accuses him of running away from his true love and personal scandal back at home. But not everyone is eager to settle down. Shep, the resident bachelor and ladies’ man, finds a new partner-in-leisure in Landon, who’s just as dedicated to riding the waves of life. However, Landon has a revelation that could change their decade-long friendship forever.

“Southern Charm” is produced by Haymaker Productions with Aaron Rothman, Irad Eyal, Whitney Sudler-Smith, Bryan Kestner, Jason Weinberg, and Jessica Chesler serving as Executive Producers.

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