Join us on Twitter, play bingo during episode 4 of 'Southern Charm'

features@islandpacket.comMarch 24, 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 24.

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

Last week, we learned a Jenna's housewarming pool party that Kathryn Dennis could -- maybe, there's a chance -- be pregnant. She pulled former S.C. Treasurer Thomas Ravenel aside to tell him that his pursuit of other girls after possibly "making" her pregnant hurt her. Find out more in last week's episode recap.

The thing is, Kathryn also hooked up...excuse us, had a "fling"...with Shep. (Oh, yeah, and we found out Shep and T-Rav are distantly related last week.) According to previews for the fourth episode, which airs at 10 p.m. March 24 on Bravo, T-Rav takes a little walk over to Shep's carriage house to ask him to take a paternity test, should Kathryn be pregnant. T-Rav does this with a cup of coffee in his hand as if it's the most natural thing in the world to do on a beautiful summer morning (we're assuming it's morning, because Shep's bed head is, well, Sh-epic). It only gets more awkward. Click here to see the preview.

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

Just like last week, 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 spot some well-known Charleston sites or hear talk of carrying on the family name -- among other things -- 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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