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'Princesses: Long Island' Premiere: Daughter's Older Boyfriend Flirts With Her Mother (VIDEO)

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Bravo debuted its latest reality entry with "Princesses: Long Island." The premiere introduced viewers to 26-year-old Amanda, who lives at home with her mom, Barbara, who thinks she's still 26.

Not only does she think she's the same age as her daughter, she wants to hang around her baby all the time -- even when Amanda is spending time with her much-older boyfriend. And that's okay with 38-year-old Jeff, because he clearly enjoys getting his creepy on by flirting with both women.

His performance was on full display when the mother and daughter pair went shopping together and started trying on swimsuits. It was lines like, "You’re gonna put a hole in my pocket," that had HuffPost's Rebecca Shapiro wishing she could "unsee" the entire scene.

With its focus on younger, spoiled women, The Hollywood Reporter saw "Princesses" as a sort of prequel to "The Real Housewives" franchise, showing what those women were like before their "slow fade into eventual infamy."

The drama continues on "Princesses: Long Island" every Sunday at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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