Tabatha Coffey will attempt to transform her first café on Thursday's episode of Tabatha Takes Over.
"The owner had a really hard time with changing so there's a lot of resistance there," Coffey tells TVGuide.com. In what the hair stylist calls one of her favorite episodes, viewers will see Coffey call the owner out about berating her own sister-in-law in the kitchen. (Watch a preview here.) Still, Coffey says, "I liked [the owner's] story a lot and it was actually fun for me to work with her."
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Rich People's Problems will feature Parks as the lawyer to Atlanta's rich and famous. Prior to Housewives, Parks made her living as an attorney, but has since added reality star, aspiring funeral home owner, workout video instructor and stun gun designer to her resume.
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Tabatha Coffey is about to find out that Hollywood is not only the land of illusion, but also delusion.
On Tuesday's Tabatha Takes Over finale (10/9c, Bravo), the hairstylist and business consultant will check into Cinema Suites, a bed and breakfast in Long Beach, Calif., run by Dianne Bennett. Unfortunately, the former music gossip columnist is missing the point when it comes to the service-driven business and doesn't even serve breakfast. That's one half of the B&B!