Last one. Note here: Can I say how much I loved seeing the real Johnson family together> I mean Ava, Steve (Stephen Nichols) and Tripp (Lucas Adams). These three are gold. With Steve being so sweet and caring of Ava, how can they say what happened in 2016 was rape? Plainly, it wasn’t.
Next one….. Whew!
After a brief interruption, next one.
My apologies for having not been updating for a bit, but my good old evil other me rears her ugly head occasionally. That would be the dreaded “P” word: Procrastination. I have been screencapping and such during this time and getting things uploaded, but due to my tendency to procrastinate, I fell behind in posting. I’ll try to keep up more regularly. So starting with this post, here are the past five episodes for you. Also I’ve been working on my first novel with researching. I got into a bit of a hole with Russian History and as always, I deep dive. When that happens I’m a goner.
We begin another year here on TAMARA BRAUN ONLINE. We start our 15th year of covering Tamara’s career, events, film, television, and all of her work in the public eye. I’m very proud of this site as it was my very first, so it has a special place in my heart. We are the only site online dedicated to Tamara. As we move forward we will continue to do as we’ve done and keep on posting photos, screencaps, videos, press articles, and whatever else concerns Tamara. I hope you’ll stay along for the ride and keep on supporting Tamara and her work. Here’s hoping 2021 is way better than 2020 was. Here’s hoping you’re all well and staying sane in this weird world. My love and best to you always.
Onto what you came here for. Charlie (Mike Manning) is being downright diabolical using Ava’s worst fears against her. Seriously I can hardly wait to see Ava get out of Charlie’s apartment. She probably needs a good shower and likely needs to go to the bathroom. I’m truly hoping Charlie is allowing her to use the privy.