Join us on Twitter, play bingo during episode 3 of 'Southern Charm'

features@islandpacket.comMarch 9, 2014 

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    "Southern Charm" airs at 10 p.m. Mondays on Bravo.

"Southern Charm," a "docu-series" that aims to show the lives of the elite in Charleston, continues March 17.

The show follows six singles, including Hilton Head Island native Shep Rose, as they navigate garden parties, political ambitions, dating and more.

According to previews, in the third episode, which airs at 10 p.m. March 17 on Bravo, former S.C. treasurer Thomas Ravenel is still trying to make a relationship with Dani happen ... and then "Senate Barbie" Kathryn Dennis drops a bomb on him — could it be her pregnancy?

Last week, we saw Shep break bro code by hooking up with Kathryn even though his pal Craig Conover had already "claimed" her (what neither guy seemed to realize is that T-Rav already, um, wore his teeny tiny rag of a robe in front of her). For a recap of the episode, click here.

For more on the cast, read our story about Rose or click here for their Bravo profiles.

Just like last week -- which brought us some real treasurer-able moments, namely seeing T-Rav in the shower -- we'll be tweeting our reactions during the show at @IPBGCurrent. Join us there, follow our list of cast members and those we know to be watching, and take a peek at the national buzz by searching #SouthernCharm.

If just watching the debauchery unfold isn't enough, we've created bingo cards to liven things up. Anytime you hear a mention of "Peter Pan Syndrome," spot some well-known Charleston sites or catch Rose mentioning his profession ("raconteur"), mark the appropriate space off. Let us know when you reach bingo (or "Charm," as it were) by tweeting at us (@IPBGCurrent) or posting on our Facebook.

Have fun, y'all!

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