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Heather Dubrow to quit 'RHOC' since Terry Dubrow says he doesn't want to return?

Actress Heather Dubrow attends Crackle's Summer Premieres Event celebrating the launch of 'Sequestered' And 'Cleaners' at 1 OAK on August 14, 2014 in West Hollywood, California.
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Will season ten of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" be without Terry and Heather Dubrow? In an interview with Wetpaint Entertainment, posted on Thursday, August 14, Terry talked about whether viewers can expect to see them for another season.

It sounds as if it was up to Terry, the Dubrows will be bowing out of the show. He said that "as of right now, [he doesn't] want to go back next season. No way." Could Terry's reluctance possibly be because he and Heather have not been portrayed the kindest this past season? Heather in particular has received a lot of flak from the show's fans for fighting with new housewife Shannon Beador supporting controversial housewife Tamra Barney.

What is definitely contributing to Terry's reluctance is the fact that he now has his own TV reality show, E!'s "Botched," which allows him to be a star without all the personal drama. "Botched" has just been renewed for a second season, a season that Terry said will be a lot more demanding than the premiere season.

Terry also noted that Heather's acting career, which was put on hold to concentrate on raising their young children for a few years, has been resurrected. Since she has become a housewife, she has guest starred in several shows and can currently be seen in Crackle's "Sequestered."

Of course, Heather could continue her reality TV career without Terry by her side. There have been housewives whose husbands did not appear on camera with them much. Interestingly enough, Heather once revealed that it was Terry who pushed her to be on "The Real Housewives of Orange County."

If Terry and Heather Dubrow do sign on for another season, Terry said that one thing that viewers will see is the construction and completion of their new 20,000-square-foot house. The Dubrow's fabulous house and rich lifestyle are things that the show's producers likely want to keep on the show, since the original premise of the franchise was to show the lives of rich women, so it's likely that they'll do what they can, including offering a big raise, to keep the Dubrows on.