Oklahoma City’s Former Real Housewives Have A Podcast
Earlier this year, we reminisced all the way back to 2017 when Oklahoma had its own version of "The Real Housewives" with Bravo's production of "Sweet Home Oklahoma." The show, sadly, ended in 2018 after two seasons, but now the iconic Oklahoma women are back with their own podcast, "I've Had It."
The first podcast episode dropped on Oct. 25, 2022, titled "I've Had It: Toddlers are Assholes," which, being a mother and a grandmother, had me giggling. The podcast features Jennifer Welch and Angie "Pumps" Sullivan, who were two of the three women featured in Bravo's "Sweet Home Oklahoma."
This honestly has us reminiscing of Jen and Pump's "serenity porch," which Jen describes as the place they would "bitch to one another."
No truer friends than Jen and Pumps.
Jen and Pumps have been through A LOT together, before and after their stint on Bravo. And the women's friendship on "Sweet Home Oklahoma" is one of the main reasons they were so beloved and still are to this day. We have to bring back this Reddit thread from our previous story because it's a perfect description of the women and their friendship.
If you loved 'Sweet Home Oklahoma,' you'll THOUROUGHLY ENJOY 'I've Had It.'
After our listeners tipped us off on Facebook about Jen and Pumps' podcast, we knew we had to give it a listen. And let me tell you... It DID NOT disappoint. Jen and Pumps are still unabashedly themselves and their friendship is still so genuine. The description of the podcast is also so perfect:
Join Jennifer Welch and Angie "Pumps" Sullivan and their special guests on 'I've Had It' and let this comedic, feel-good podcast expose you to all the things you didn't know you've had it with! Don't ask them to bring a casserole to your event or to celebrate international snow cone day with you because they've HAD IT.
In the first episode, Jen and Pumps briefly explain how the podcast came about. The episode starts out with Jen saying, "The people kind of wanted us to do a podcast." And Pumps replies, "Yeah, it's kind of weird, but I'm excited about it." Jen then eludes to how their children were actually the "biggest pushers of this." Pumps confirms because the kids wanted to be on the podcast.
Jen: "They're kind of narcissists. Did we raise narcissists?"
Pumps: "Oh, 100 percent."
Catch 'I've Had It' anywhere you get your podcasts.
You can listen to "I've Had It" anywhere you get your podcasts and you can watch Jen and Pumps record the podcast on its YouTube channel. It looks like they post two episodes a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. So grab your plastic glove and smokes to bitch with Oklahoma's most iconic women.