Tricia Walsh-Smith Wants Her Own TV Show

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(EXCLUSIVE, Premium Rates Apply) NEW YORK - OCTOBER 18: Writer/Actress Tricia Walsh-Smith Arrives to the After-Party at Club BLVD. as Labyrinth Theater Company Opens its New Season with the World Premiere of "A View From 151st Street" on October 18, 2007 in New York City. (Photo by Gary Gershoff/WireImage) Photo: Gary Gershoff/2007 Gary Gershoff

Remember Tricia Walsh-Smith? She captivated our imaginations for a few months back in 2008, after she made a sensational YouTube video about her divorce. She complained about the proceedings, the lack of sex in their marriage, and the time she found husband Philip Smith's porn stash. (Smith is the president of Broadway's Schubert Organization, so there was some money involved in all of this.) Anyway, Tricia's back and more googly-eyed than ever. According to "Page Six" she is pitching a TV show called The Ex-Wives Club to "help" women who get "screwed" in divorces. "Women who have gone through nasty divorces will mentor others," she said. "We are channeling the suffragettes."

Sounds like a good idea for a show, actually, but we don't exactly recall Elizabeth Cady Stanton threatening to make her "asshole" girlfriends pawn their cats at the Seneca Falls Convention.

TV queen of splitsville [NYP]
Related: New York's 2008 profile of Tricia Walsh-Smith [NYM]