Don't get us wrong, Chrissy is a self-proclaimed superfan of the reality TV series and John—although less willing to admit it—has similarly fallen down the rabbit hole that is an addiction to the Real Housewives. So with as many hours as Teigen has probably clocked in watching the ladies of Orange County or New Jersey duke it out, they've definitely earned their stripes when it comes to critiquing their antics.
Enter the married couple as the official "Real Housewives Police," the latest hilarious segment coming from the supermodel's Snapchat. Sporting the police officer filter, Chrissy tells the camera, "John and I are starting to think that some of the real housewives' situations are just for the show."
They then begin to tackle some of the series' most rhetorical inconsistencies. In other words, aspects of the show that are mostly left untouched because the Real Housewives just wouldn't be the Real Housewives without them.
For example, when the "All Of Me" singer asks, "How come every problem is solved by a girls' trip of people that aren't even friends with each other? People actually don't confront people in real life like this. They just ignore them. You don't have to confront people about everything. You don't have to have a dinner with the person you hate."
To which Teigen sarcastically responds, "Clearly you've never been in a fight because when I get in a fight I want to go to Aruba." The woman has a valid point.
Chrissy then asks her man, "Do you ever feel like some of the housewives get other housewives kicked off?" and Legend responds, "The OG's definitely get people kicked off." She continues, "How come when real housewives talk about their money, they never include the money they make from Real Housewives?" Boom.
Conversation then turns to each other's respective favorite housewife and Chrissy admits, "I really like Jules [Wainstein]. She reminds me of a lot of my girlfriends and I like her a lot. John, on the other hand, reveals, "I like the ones in charge, like Lisa Vanderpump, Nene [Leakes]. I like the bosses."
Never one to miss an opportunity to fire back, Chrissy tells John, "I know for a fact you're lying about Lisa Vanderpump and you like her based on mostly physical things."
LOL. Never change, you two. Never change.
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