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The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City Midseason 3 Trailer: Who Gave Heather Gay a Black Eye?

this season real housewives of salt lake citypretend to Enough is enough.

But this is just the beginning.

Bravo released the trailer for Midseason 3. A sunny San Diego trip turns into a heated fight.

Everyone seems to be hitting out at Heather. And then, of course, she finishes off that hideous black eye.

Is it allowed?

As the trailer for the rest of Season 3 begins, the ladies head out on a trip to San Diego.

Not-yet-confessed perpetrator Jane Shah addresses the entire plane. And Lisa Barlow scares Heather Gay with her driving.

As is always the case with these trailers (except for the trailers that open with chilling moments), it’s all fun and games.

Unless it isn’t, that is.

Real neighbors and truest friends don’t go on annual vacations like this, but these trips always lead to memorable moments.

But topless moments and goofy antics can only go so far. Again, that’s how these trailers always go.

We then hear Meredith Marks ranting about Lisa’s business.

One text claimed that Lisa’s tequila line was to be crowd funded. Some crowd funding businesses are hugely successful… but for others, it’s a sign that they’re struggling.

Naturally, Lisa expressed her unbridled fury that the subject had come up again.

Meredith is still mad at Lisa for her hot Mike moment. is understandable.

It doesn’t mean that any of this is true. Or any of it wrong, for that matter.

Then we hear that there is another person acting as an informant in Jane Shah’s legal case.

Jane is furious, and demands that her classmates check their sources.

Of course, not before Jane blindsides them all by pleading guilty.

During dinner that included some interesting wig choices, Jen stirred the pot with Whitney and Heather.

She challenges Whitney Rose to tell Heather what’s on her mind at the moment.

They start talking and then Whitney is annoyed.

We then see a montage of other women following Heather.

It is not entirely clear what each of these points of contention might be.

But what we’re essentially seeing is a list of (potential red herrings) suspects for what happens later in the trailer.

Later, we see Heather returning to her room.

This time, she appears on a black-and-white image. Clearly, a security camera.

Behind him, door handles rattle and jiggle ominously. Someone is trying to enter the room behind him.

Obviously, Heather feels safe where she is. probably too safe.

She goes to the door to answer it.

We don’t see exactly what happens. At least not in the trailer. We only see him opening the door.

And then, when we next see Heather Gay in the trailer, she looks something like this.

He doesn’t have any other obvious injuries. But she’s sporting one hell of a black eye.

The story of the trailer is clear that she got this glow after opening the door for an unknown assailant.

We definitely don’t know yet what happened.

Reality TV can be confusing, but trailers almost always deprive viewers of context.

We’ll have to keep watching to find out. That’s what trailers are for people.