Black TV Watch: Draya's Jackie Costume
(The Root) -- It's Halloween season, so why not dress up as the woman you love to hate, get a completely new look or find a Halloween date? It's all about being something you're not, right?
Basketball Wives L.A. (Monday, 8 p.m. ET; VH1)
"I have my crinkly, curly, wet-look hair that she wears. I got my iPad cheetah case cover. I got my liquor in a water bottle. I'm just Jackie. I'm Jackied-out." --Draya
"Who got insurance up in this mother------?" --Jackie
"Alcohol makes you mellow. Hello!" --Laura
Highlight: Draya decides to attend Laura's mixology event dressed as Jackie, complete with nails and crazy-ass attitude. Turns out Jackie wants to be Draya, too. She heads to the bathroom and comes out as Draya, who is apparently a middle-aged Spanx-wearing woman. Then the two take playful jabs at each other, and things turn mean when Jackie starts talking about how Draya stole a smutty magazine cover from Brooke and pulls out her pepper spray. Well, turns out that Jackie's bark is better than her bite, because from the looks of it, Brooke took a fairly large piece out of that classic Christie weave.
T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle (Monday, 9 p.m. ET; VH1)
"I can't wait to see my feet. I can't wait to run and jump." --Shekinah
"So basically, you going to make me a bad bi---." --Shekinah
Highlight: After talking about it all season, Shekinah finally gets in shape ... by heading to the plastic surgeon's office. Lucky for us, it's not all cutting and lipo. We get to meet Shekinah's crazy family and watch T.I. shoot a music video with Lil Wayne, too.
Chrissy & Mr. Jones (Monday, 9:30 p.m. ET; VH1)
"I don't want to look. Is it safe to look?" --Chrissy
"Looking for a few good men. Not for me personally, for the jackets." --Chrissy
Highlight: What does every rapper's boo do when she's taking a break from her man? Go look at some male models for her jacket line, of course. Meanwhile Jimmy's out hiring a new assistant. Are they even trying to make this work?!
Celeste Little is an editorial intern at The Root.