Watch “Imaginary Bitches” in HD!

While we anticipate the launch of Season 2 of “Imaginary Bitches”… the crew at IB central want all their fans to relive Season 1, now in HD!

Episode 1 has been uploaded to Strike.TV and can be viewed by clicking on the following link: Episode 1: It’s Not Easy Making Imaginary New Friends

So what are you waiting for? You know you want to watch it and have a laugh all over again!

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Vote for the IB Fan Vid of the Year

The geniuses (Andrew Miller & Co.) at IB Central have a contest going on: Vote for the IB Fan Vid of the Year. Our very own Mary Beth, with the help of video-extraordinare and clips guru Donna Pool have entered and right now are in the lead. The prize, an autographed copy of Imaginary Bitches: Season 1.

Head on over to this link: IB Fan Vid of the Year and VOTE (it ends on January 9th)!!!

And here’s Mary Beth and Donna’s video, The Many Faces of Eden:

And don’t forget, our featured suggestion for this year’s holiday gift to your friends!!

Give the gift of an Imaginary Bitch to your friends and family today! Buy the Complete First Season at Amazon. com!!

Imaginary Bitches 1×06 – Imaginary Sex

In connection to the previous post, where Mary Beth lists the word of the day, it’s time to review (albeit give the gist) of last Friday’s episode.

Apparently, Eden seems to be the only sane one in this whole episode. Brooke has sent her friend to see Dr. Kee, in an effort to find out why Eden is seeing “dead people.” Eden quickly corrects the doc and says that she’s seeing imaginary people, more so has imaginary friends. Dr. Kee renders the patient as possibly having “persona conflicta” in addition to making many references to his book. (Gee, product placement much, LOL.)

And of course, Heather and Catherine decide to crash the therapy session. No surprise here, though… as they start their little commentary, with Eden pretty much relaying everything their saying. Dr. Kee seems to either be amazed, annoyed or turned on by the Bitches, or maybe just Catherine and proceeds to send everyone away, except for Catherine.

I hope Eden didn’t pay for a full session since she was only in his office for 3 minutes. Then again, with how much of a quack Dr James Kee comes off as, it makes you wonder why Brooke is seeing him.

Watch and see why…

This was yet another episode that never ceases to crack viewers up. Sam Riegel had a hand in writing this episode and apparently, was responsible for the “word of the day” in our previous post. To put it boldly, Eden Riegel has stated that her brother is “GROSS!” as she told the loyal viewers in post-episode chat.

It’s great to see how each episode tackles something new. The story is continuous, but each episode brings something new to the table. Perhaps that is the best thing this show has going for them right now, nothing is repetitive and the writers are constantly giving viewers different views on the reactions to Eden’s new friends, the Bitches.

And with each passing episode, it’s become clearer and clearer that Eden is the sane one in all this craziness. In my opinion, Heather and Catherine are the best things that have happened to Eden. It’s made her more outspoken and more confident in a way. Let’s see what the coming episodes bring out in Eden, or rather what else the Bitches bring out from Eden.

On another note, since it has been mentioned (again during post-episode chat with Eden and Andrew) that Dr. Kee is an expert in self-love… maybe Mark should make an appointment with the doc. They do have something in common.

Watch Episode 7 of Imaginary Bitches this Friday, June 13 at 11 p.m. ET, 8 p.m. PT.

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Pre-emptive thoughts for the next episode of “Imaginary Bitches”

Just a reminder to everyone that the second episode of “Imaginary Bitches” will air tomorrow night, Friday, May 9th at 11:00 p.m. Eastern.

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And now for some pre-show thoughts lurking in my head.

  • Will Eden see Waiter Guy again?
  • Will Lizzie, Connie and Brooke find out about Catherine?
  • What words of bitchy wisdom will Catherine have for Eden in this episode?
  • Who will Eden date next?

Tune in to find out what happens, because who knows what will happen.

Imaginary Bitches 1×01 – Eden Gets Bitch-slapped

Photo courtesy of Imaginary Bitches MySpace

And now for my perspective of the first episode of “Imaginary Bitches”

It’s not easy making imaginary friends…

Honestly, it isn’t, because if you look at Eden (the character, not the actress, Eden Riegel), in the new web series, “Imaginary Bitches”… she’s having a hell of a time trying to understand them. Let alone, they sure are opinionated. I guess that’s why they’re bitches. *ba-dum-bum!* Caitlin said Waiter Guy’s t-shirt looked gay, while Catherine is telling Eden to move on, because long term relationships are out and one night stands are in, so next! And amidst all of that, we have Eden’s best friends doing all those couple-ly things like couples pottery (huh?), sex (ha! yeah, well yes this should be couple-ly…) and being all romantic with each other.

What has Eden been doing? Pretty much nothing. Well, except making new friends, who are imaginary and are turning out to be bitches. But hey, at least she’s got a way to get all her thoughts out because she can’t relate to Lizzie, Connie and Brooke.

She finds herself feeling a bit out of place amongst her friends, who are all in serious relationships. Trying to find a way to cope, Eden catches the eye of one of the waiters at the restaurant they are dining at, aptly coined as “Waiter Guy” and ends up sleeping with him that same night. Cut to the next morning as Eden basks in the afterglow of her night, while Waiter Guy is asleep, with a trail of drool hanging out of his mouth. She quietly gets out of bed and giddily calls her friends to let them know about the night she had, but isn’t able to “kiss and tell” because they’re all busy… with their significant others.

Cue the imaginary friends.

Catherine makes her grand appearance…well, not really, but they do to Eden and she babbles on and on to them until Waiter Guy finds her in the living room, talking to herself. Not sure how to reply, Eden just tells him the truth and while Waiter Guy finds is a little amusing at first (or maybe not so amusing), he really doesn’t take it well when Caitlin…er Catherine comments on the t-shirt he’s wearing. Okay, Eden was the one who verbalized it, but she claimed Catherine…or was it Caitlin (?) told her. And at that point, it is when Waiter Guy realizes Eden has gone from “cute to bat-shit crazy in 5 seconds.”

Any chance of a second date for Eden… gone.

Bitchy, huh? At least the girls don’t hold back.

“Imaginary Bitches” is destined to be a hit on the web. With the premiere episode garnering over 100,000 hits on youtube, it’s a clear indication that with an idea, talent and dedicated actors who are your closest friends and willing to go at it, then fans will definitely watch.

It’s quite refreshing to see this comedic side of lead star Eden Riegel. I always knew she was talented, because hello… Emmy and seeing her show viewers a side of her acting personality that isn’t immersed in so much drama is such a sight. It’s about time Eden kicks back and shows fans that she can do comedy and drop a swear word or two here and there.

Liz Hendrickson’s myspace profile describes Andrew Miller, Eden’s husband and creator of “Imaginary Bitches” as ‘close to perfect’ and I can see why. Miller has a talent for writing a witty script with a subtle snark here and there. And the script translates wonderfully as the cast delivers every scene with great comedic timing and talent. Eden informed fans during a post-show chat that he was a former actor and now a full-time writer… and I must say, Mr. Miller…Andrew, if I may call you that, keep on writing because you have a hit on your hands. The script for the first episode was great and I look forward to every episode that is coming our way.

The only complaint I have seen so far is with regards to the shortness of the episode. I can sympathize with that sentiment, but I’m not going to complain too much about it. I’ve missed seeing my favorite actresses Eden Riegel and Elizabeth Hendrickson sharing the same screen and now that I have that again, I’ll cherish every moment I can get.

Overall, I give this episode 4 out of 4 stars.

The next episode of “Imaginary Bitches” ares on Friday, May 9th at 11:00 p.m. Eastern. Be there! And spread the word!

Watch it at http://www.imaginarybitches.com