Join us on Twitter, play bingo during episode 8 of 'Southern Charm'

features@islandpacket.comApril 21, 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 April 14.

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

Last week, the cast headed to the woods for some hunting. Before all that, former S.C. Treasurer Thomas Ravenel asks his much younger squeeze Kathryn Dennis if she has indeed hooked up with a third member of the cast. She denies it. That bump in the road over, she brings T-Rav out to meet her family. Everyone seems to get along famously, which we guess bodes well for the May-December romance. At one point, Kathryn tells the female castmates that she's ready for a baby (and maybe marriage) with T-Rav. Yes, this is the same couple who just a few weeks prior celebrated the lack of a pregnancy with margaritas. (Spoiler alert: It's not in the show, but Kathryn and T-Rav announced the birth of a daughter last week. No word on the marriage front.)

Anyway, once everyone's out in the woods, things are kind of sort of calm. Until Whitney Sudler-Smith takes T-Rav aside and again says he and Kathryn were involved. So...someone's lying here, in other words. We find out who tonight, presumably.

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 disapproval of Kathryn and T-Rav's relationship -- 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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