Bravo is accusing The Real Housewives of the Bible of breaking No. VIII of the Ten Commandments: Thou shalt not steal.
First, let's back up a bit. Yes, The Real Housewives of the Bible is a thing, a two-part, straight-to-DVD series that uses stories from the ancient Christian text to help women overcome their gold-digging, husband-crossing ways. The fictional show was created by Internet evangelist Ty Adams, and was inspired by the infamous Bravo franchise.
Adams believed those other housewives bitched about their problems more than they tried solving them, telling FOX News:
If you want to find out about love, you go to the original manufacturer, you go to the blueprint. God himself is love and he understands relationships more than any of us and he understands how love operates more than any of us because he is love.
Anyway, Bravo, which owns the trademark on the “Real Housewives” name, is pissed about the unauthorized spinoff, due out later this summer. A rep told TMZ, “Bravo is in no way associated with this project. . . . We vigorously protect our trademarks and take appropriate action when necessary.”
No word whether Bravo has contacted Adams or if “appropriate action” is in the works, but just remember, we had the original God-fearing 'wive, Alexis Bellino.