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    Free to Watch Mrs. Eastwood & Company Season 1 Episode 10 Splash of Freedom

    Post  kikkoman on Mon Jul 23, 2012 12:39 am

    The first season ends with Morgan posing for some potentially racy photos, much to Dina's dismay. Meanwhile, the Overtone members decide to move.

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    Previously on Mrs. Eastwood & Company Season 1 Episode 9 "Morgified", A mother-daughter drama develops when Dina publicly embarrasses Morgan; Francesca plans her future wedding proposal and gets a big surprise from Tyler.

    On this week's Episode title "Splash of Freedom", The first season ends with Morgan posing for some potentially racy photos, much to Dina's dismay. Meanwhile, the Overtone members decide to move.

    Chronicling the lives of Dina Eastwood, the wife of Oscar-winning film legend Clint Eastwood, and their daughters Francesca and Morgan, and the all-male six member vocal group from South Africa managed by Dina, Overtone. Show takes an unprecedented look at the surprisingly normal extended and blended family behind one of Hollywood's most iconic superstars. This series invites viewers to witness their lives and proves that familial bonds are shaped by more than DNA.

    E!’s new reality show Mrs. Eastwood & Company is created in the same, distinct mold as its predecessor Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Instead of showcasing the lavish lifestyle of Kris Jenner and her many, many offspring, Eastwood & Co. focuses on Clint Eastwood’s wife Dina, his two teenage daughters (including step-daughter Francesca, 19, from his previous relationship with actress Frances Fisher), and the a capella boy band from South Africa that Dina has begun managing in hopes of landing them a record deal. There’s also Dina’s brother, his wife, their newborn baby, Francesca’s celebrity photographer boyfriend, Tyler Shields, and a kooky Korean housekeeper named Lisa Thrash. It’s a lot to get your head around and it feels just so during the completely crammed first episode.

    Just as Kardashians shoehorned its way onto television based primarily on Kim’s rising fame as a tabloid star, Eastwood & Co. is appearing on our screens only because of the clan’s wildly famous father. Yes, it is jarring to compare Kim Kardashian to Clint Eastwood, but these are the terrifying days we’re in, everyone. Also, to answer the most pressing question, Clint does amble into the episode near the end to mumble something around the dinner table, but mostly looks like a deer in the headlights when facing down the E! cameras.

    It’s fair to assume that his presence will be doled out in bite-sized snippets over the course of the season, so that the meat of the show will be the day-to-day goings on of the family. There’s a certain panic in the feel of the show, as though the producers were fearful we’d suddenly realize it wasn’t an E! reality show following Clint Eastwood around while he films movies with A-list celebrities and swings by the Academy Awards. The producers nearly kill themselves trying to show how much we can all relate to this decidedly non-normal family by shooting almost exclusively in Dina’s bright kitchen or while cradling some of the many animals they foster (including a giant and completely terrifying pig named Penelope). It does seem that their lives don’t include lots of Escalade rides or velvet ropes, but that's also because they live in the sleepy, Northern California town of Carmel. (Clint has a long history in the upscale town, where he has lived for decades and was also the mayor from 1986 to 1988. He also made it legal to enjoy ice cream on the sidewalks again).

    Dina met her famous husband back in the mid-‘90s, when she was a local television reporter who interviewed the actor-director, 35 years her senior. The two married and had their daughter Morgan, now 15, who is also the youngest of his seven children, by five different women—though Dina is only his second wife. As for the back-story on the a capella group, named Overtone, it seems that after Eastwood included one of their songs on the soundtrack for his rugby drama Invictus, Dina fell in love with their sound and brought them out to California. A few years later, they’re still living in Carmel and being shuttled down to LA to take meetings and hopefully make it big… as an a capella boy band might do?

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