Last Friday on Kendra On Top: Kendra goes car shopping and she has an anxiety attack during the test drive. Her therapist says she fears things she can’t control. While Hank is away on a guys’ only camping trip, Jessica accompanies Kendra to the doctor to have her IUD removed, whether Hank is on board or not!

At the doctor’s, Kendra makes us second guess the thought of having kids. There is no coming back from the clip you are about to see – you have been warned.


At Jessica’s photo shoot, she was a little bit nervous and a little bit shy. I’ve done SO many shoots that I knew she needed some guidance, so I took control and told her what I thought would look best on her (and off of her), and I felt empowered again, with maybe a twist of controlling, lol.

Ever since my car accident and a couple other things happening in my life, I’ve been in need of some therapy. But I’m not really the type of person to admit it. But when it was said, I knew it was the right time to go. I truly want to get over the fear of driving and know some answers to some questions I have in my life. In my first therapy session, the therapist inspired me to take control back in my life, and she had some wise words for me. I took her advice and took some control and grabbed the world by the balls in a couple of ways. It felt good to have that energy back again, which I lost for a while.

Hank and a couple of his friends were about to head out of town for a guys camping trip for a week. He left at a time when I was PMSing and EXTREMELY hormonal, so I got kinda mad that he was leaving, and I didn’t know why I couldn’t go! Haha. I feel like one of the guys, lol. Why can’t girls go on a guys’ trip?! So he left on the trip, and I was mad and needed a therapy session. When Hank first told me he was going, I was all for it. Then he left and I was like, ‘WTF!’. So I needed another therapy session.

I decided to take out my IUD because I was feeling so good in my life and where it was. I was gaining control back in all the other parts of my life. This was another place. I’ve had my IUD since little Hank was born because we wanted to make sure it was the right time to have another baby. This was just that time. Did I tell Hank this was the exact time we were doing it? No, lol, but who cares! I went to the doctor with Jessica and all of a sudden it was just done. No more IUD. Just like that! When I told my therapist I was planning on taking it out without him, she looked at me like, ‘uh oh!’ So finally Hank came home from the camping trip, and I told him what I had done… and then… we went right at it lol!! HE was so happy and ready to go. So it was a win-win for everyone! Stay tuned….


Our friend, Pat McAfee, we have known since Hank played for Colts. Pat surprised us with a trip to Big Bear, CA for our 4-year anniversary. We were so excited because it was perfect timing for a lake trip. Time to get out, let loose and just be free for a while. Adult playtime! So, we headed up and stayed in the most amazing cabin on Big Bear Lake. It was so perfect and the perfect way to spend our anniversary. It was a beautiful location, surrounded by our friends and having so much fun. We did all kinds of water activities like jet packing and just living it up! Jet packing was so much fun, but in order to get to where it was, we had to go through some of the nastiest and coldest water EVER. It was so worth it!

After a fun filled day we started having some drinks and something happened that we didn’t expect… DRAMA. I’m a person who lives my life in the moment. I’m a free spirit and when I’m around people that I’m comfortable with I get a little crazier than usual. When I tried to get Pat’s girlfriend to let loose with me, things turned sour. She thought I was trying to force her to go crazy, but it was just a comment I made that was taken way too far. Pat went to stick up for her and started a little bit of heat between us. It really sucked, because I always thought of Pat as the fun, crazy guy I would want to go on a lake trip with, but after he started saying things I began to feel differently. I got a little sad and was like… “Where did my buddy Pat go?” The trip started out fun and carefree, but ended up being anything but. Drama- free, yeah right! I get that some people are not like me, but I do believe people should speak up for themselves. Also, if people are going to be around me, they need to know it’s going to be a FUN time. I’m never pressuring anyone to do anything, I’m just encouraging fun.

What would you guys do?


Last Friday on Kendra On Top: Pat McAfee gifts Kendra and Hank a weekend in Big Bear for their four year anniversary. Pat’s girlfriend, Alison, Kyle, Jessica, Travelle and his girlfriend join in the fun. During the party, Hank overhears Kendra telling Alison she should sow her wild oats. Hank leaves the party upset. After a wild night of partying in Big Bear, the gang discovers Hank asleep outside on the dock. He’s worried Kendra isn’t happy being married, but she assures him that he’s the only one for her. Kendra and Hank are disappointed that Pat isn’t as fun as he used to be now that he’s with Allison – but they’re glad that they complement each other as a couple.

After finding out that Pat’s girlfriend, Alison, is a bit conservative, what better way to make her a part of Kendra’s group than to test the waters….Literally. WE call this one, “The Initiation”. (Peep Pat’s worried face: hilarious.)


So… Hank and I got in a big fight over the cancelled trip to Turks and Caicos, which led to some awkward silence around the house and some days of awkwardness. It was one of those “who’s going to apologize first” hold out situations. I went to do Playboy radio and Pat showed up late so it ended up being a stressful and crazy couple of days.

I had a really good talk with Jessica about the fight and realized I had forgotten about the anniversary. She asked me if I was doing something, but at that point I was like, hell no we aren’t even talking. Jessica helped me realize the right thing to do is move on and apologize; as well as surprise the hell out of him that I remembered our anniversary. It would be the perfect time to make things better. I surprised Hank by dressing up, looking real good and making reservations at one of our favorite restaurants. Of course, Hank was amazing and surprised me that he remembered our anniversary by getting me a picture book of Little Hank. Which, of course led to make-up sex. LOL

What I took from this was that no matter how big the fight and awkward the silence… all you need is some talking to your friends, a little romance and some make up sex to fix it!


Last Friday on Kendra On Top: Kendra wakes up to find that Hank slept on the couch. She meets with the GM of Playboy Radio and they decide she’ll do a radio show tryout with her and Hank’s friend, Pat McAfee. Kendra does her radio show tryout, but later confesses to Jessica that she feels the two girls would make a better team. Jessica urges Kendra to make amends with Hank; after all, it’s their anniversary. Meanwhile, Hank has a movie role that involves putting on a clown wig and acting opposite Bruce Jenner. When he comes home, he finds that Kendra’s dolled up and ready to go out for their anniversary. Turns out, he has a gift for her too.

WE’re relieved that Kendra and Hank made up in time for their anniversary. But check out Pat aka Dr. Phil giving Hank advice on communication. Pat would make a GREAT sleepover attendee. Just sayin’.


Last Friday on Kendra On Top: It’s Kendra’s 28th birthday and Hank sets up a trip to Miami for her and her girlfriends. Back in LA, Hank realizes the bootcamp he set up in Turks & Caicos isn’t going to happen which causes a huge rift between he and Travelle. When Kendra returns to LA, Hank breaks the news to her that he canceled Turks and Caicos which leads to a huge fight.

The tension between Kendra and Hank is thicker than a sumo wrestler’s neck! And it continues to thicken in Friday’s episode. Check out this sneak peek:


Every day we leave our house we take a risk, you never know what the day has in store. You always try to plan and schedule your day-to-day, but in reality there is a much larger plan and some things just never happen the way you plan. Just like any other day I was leaving my house in the morning to get to yoga, taking the road I drive every day and was waiting at the light I always waited at… Everything was going according to plan. Suddenly, bam, I get into a car crash… My FIRST car crash ever! It seriously was one of the scariest things I’ve ever been involved in and I had no clue what to do. Who do I call? What do I do? I was so scared. I stepped out of the car and thankfully I was in one piece. I began to thank god I was alive. After the crash I went to the hospital and got a CAT scan of my head just to make sure everything was in the clear. My doctor came back in and told me I needed to get more tests done because the test came back that it was possible I had a stroke. I had a follow up with the doctor later and he confirmed that it looked like I had a stroke and I needed to get an MRI done to be clearer on exactly what is going on. He told me it would be a few days until we got the results back as to if I had a stroke or not. This clearly wasn’t something I could just sit around and wait for. It was driving me absolutely crazy thinking about it and of course was the only thing I could think about all day long. I decided I seriously needed to just get out of the house and get my mind off of everything, so I headed to San Diego to be with my family and re-charge.

Being around my family and friends was exactly what I needed. Instead of sitting around all day and going crazy about what had happened I went out, hung with my friends and had some fun. The next morning I woke up not feeling so hot, which led to me and my grandma’s conversation on drinking. Which is still one of the funniest moments I think I’ve ever had in my life. She got on me about drinking and I got right back on to her about how SHE used to drink but now she can’t any more so don’t get all over me about it. LOL! I laughed and smiled the entire time, which was exactly what I needed. When I got back to LA and reality, I got the results from the MRI and it came back NEGATIVE!!! They explained to me that it looked like I had a stroke, but it was just water filling my brain (I had just been diving, LOL!).

After going through all of that, my car crash, a stroke scare, I realized how fragile life is right now but also how short life is, so I better live it up. Live life to the fullest and don’t take life too serious or for granted.


During tonight’s Kendra On Top, Kendra discovers “Splash” is more brutal than she imagined; she decides to quit the show on national TV. Kendra and Hank joke about an open marriage but when Kendra spots her ex-boyfriend, Shawne Meriman, training at Hank’s gym, she can’t decide whether or not to tell Hank (who finds out on his own).

Check out this close up! There’s nothing hotter than neon green speedos against milky white skin…WE think Pat’s got it going on!


On tonight’s David Tutera: Unveiled, caught between a fashionista bride and a conservative mom, David relies on a former centerfold model to get the bridal party in shape, then he plans the nursery for his baby daughter’s arrival.

Here’s a special recap from David!


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Finally I get to tell my side of the story. After I quit “Splash”, everyone had the same question, “Why did you even sign up girl?” So, in this episode I get to explain what happened, what was going through my mind and what they wanted me to do, so you’ll get to see the real emotion in front of the camera and behind the scenes of when I was told what I had to do and the way they wanted me to do it. I really do LOVE participating in reality shows. It’s so much fun for me and when “Splash” came about, I thought, ‘oh another reality show and it’s competitive, this is right up my alley. I’m an athlete, you know I can do it!’ Then I got there and was like, ‘Oops. What did I do? What did I get myself into?’ As you guys know, I did the first dive, which is the inward dive, and it was a dive I wasn’t even going to do but I did because my son gave me the encouragement and strength during the show.

Now, the second week of the show they wanted me to do some crazyyyyyyy [stuff] and jump into another contestant’s arms and do a jump off the 7 meter board. That right there is when I knew my journey ended. It was done for me. THEN when “Splash” called me back to do the finale jump almost as a do-over BUT this time it was to be in my husband’s arms. Which was actually sitting even worse with me! So you guys may have seen a little clip of me jumping into Hank’s arms at the end of the show but there was SO much more leading up to that jump. What I was feeling and the emotions going into it were so intense. Nothing could make this day more crazy. Oh wait, did I mention my little run in with an “ex-fling” at none other than Hank’s gym? Hank didn’t know about Shawne and of course I run into him at my husband’s gym. Worlds colliding here. That day I was supposed to jump into Hank’s arms off a diving board, so there was NO way in HELL I was going to tell him about running into Shawne earlier in the day. The only other person who knew about Shawne was Pat and he was the only person to help me decide if I was going to tell Hank or not.

At the end of the day, I did the jump with Hank and you’ll have to see what happens next with Shawne…