There was so much crazy on this episode of Real Housewives Of Atlanta. Breaking up was in the air… and so was the awful stench of Mama Joyce‘s desperation. When is this show getting new producers?
After Phaedra Parks‘ office received a so-called bomb threat, she called in 10,000 Strong (The Nation Of Islam) for a little lesson in self defense without showing your slip. Everybody knows… actions speak louder than words, and your words should be killing them with kindness like a bee trapped in honey! Everybody also knows it’s better to be safe than sorry!
Erika Jayne and Erika Girardi are back! This season of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills has been a lot more enjoyable (courtesy of it being Lyme-free, I presume) for Erika, and her friendships with the other women have grown stronger. Well, all except for her relationship with newbie Dorit Kemsley, that is!
This season Erika – and the entire group – is having “a lot of fun.” Naturally there’s a whole lotta Erika Jayne exposure, but also a lot more Erika Girardi on the scene. She explains, “We get to see a little more about who I am and where I’ve come from, which I think is great.”
Not because she is unwilling to forgive, but because she is unwilling to go like a lamb to slaughter to another season. I hope Lisa has her Louboutins outfitted with switchblade stilettos! “Time is the best healer as the old adage goes,” Lisa muses, “But when Kyle [Richards] states once again that I hold a grudge, it seems that maybe she has little understanding of the experience last year.”
First, Dorit met Kyle Richards and that went swell. “We enjoyed meeting Kyle and Mauricio. They are such a lovely couple and clearly very in love with one another. We all really hit it off from the beginning. Kyle and I bonded over kids, fashion, traveling, and the love of our husbands. She is super funny and warm and I knew from the second I met her that we’d have a lot of fun together.”
Filed under ‘things that I don’t want’ is advice from Asa Soltan Rahmati on how to be a diamond-drinking, kaftan swirling, pop priestess. Well too bad because she’s just penned her first self-help book: Golden: Empowering Rituals to Conjure Your Inner Priestess anyway!
Last night, Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills came back bigger, sparklier, and more expensive than ever. Yes. Just the way I like it – everyone Botoxed to the hilt, in full makeup, and kicking around snarky comments with their $1,000 shoes. If you can’t play the Beverly Hills game, go retire to your divorce condo until you’re ready to barely bat your false eyelashes again (“barely” only because you can’t move your face).
So Lisa Vanderpump is neither forgiving nor forgetful. Lisa likes her people like she likes her dogs: loyal, fluffy, and willing to wear a sequined rosette that says “I belong To Lisa Vanderpump (who makes my life fabulous)!” Have you met Harrison? What about Kyle Richards?