His son changed his tune, however, when he learned exactly which one of the housewives his dad was being set up with. “I think it’s cute that he brought me these things. “It’s like finding a house: there are lots for sale, but nobody wants to waste time looking at everything, especially someone who is a high-profile VIP. She’s a psycho,’ ” Wilson recalls from his office in Calgary. The pair met, and he gifted her with a piece by Hillberg & Berk (a jewelry company he financed on Dragons’ Den) and a copy of his book, Redefining Success: Still Making Mistakes. “I will say that she is one of the most impressive people I’ve ever met, in terms of package: bright, philanthropic mind, mother of three. When you’re serious and want to get down to the process of finding someone, it’s tough,” Carstens says over the phone from Vancouver.
“I said, ‘Jeez, that’s not how they described Mary.’ He said, ‘Mary? But it’s a bit of a Brett-o-mercial,” Zilba said to the camera. She wants to put her time and energy into the right people.
We see the killer as possibly being gay himself, and because of his Muslim, patriarchal.. causing him to kill off the sexuality he feared within himself by inflicting that death on 50 others around him.
But this internal sexual conflict doesn’t just exist in the killer ..
Their date, arranged by matchmaker Jane Carstens at the request of Real Housewives producers, took place on a patio overlooking Vancouver.
She’s nice.’ So Mary was already Russell-endorsed by the time I went to visit.” Wilson went on a meet-and-greet with Mary Zilba as part of the popular Slice reality TV series that follows the high-octane shenanigans of a group of six wealthy women in Lotus Land.