According to Bravo:
Billionaires, socialites and entertainment moguls turn to Duffy and her team of travel experts to scour the world in search of the best, most one-of-a-kind experiences. Outrageous demands from their clients are nothing out of the ordinary as her team ensures that there is no mission too great, no corner of the world too remote, and no experience too immense.
Sounds titillating, doesn't it? Yeah, it's not. It's pretty much a moment-by-expensive-moment account of what happens when the real housewives of [insert American city here] hop a jet and go somewhere to spend unfathomable amounts of money -- and on last night's premier episode, that somewhere happened to be Europe (Paris and Monaco, to be exact).
While we admit that we started to watch the episode but couldn't stomach it after a small amount of time (even a friend of HC, who happens to be a travel concierge himself, admitted to flipping the channel after a few minutes of this show), we did stay tuned in long enough to see that Sara and her staffer checked into the InterContinental Paris-Le Grand, while her clients checked into the Ritz Paris. But then there was something about someone losing a passport and the show lost our attention.
Next week's installment of "First Class All the Way" features a couple heading down to Miami to stay at the Setai -- and from what we can tell in the previews, Sara is going down to Miami herself to party at the VIP clubs with her clients. We can't promise any exhaustive recaps, but we'll set our Tivo's, at least.
Did anyone did manage to get through the whole show last night? If so, let us know what you thought of it. Do we smell another Welcome to the Parker on its way to the Bravo graveyard? Or something -- dare we even dream it -- worse?