Yolanda labeled the episode as “interesting” and shared that her experience with chronic Lyme disease has taught her that “a lack of education is the root of so many issues” in the world today. Yolanda went on to say that the “ignorance” displayed on the show last night just makes her want to “fight harder and speak louder.” Um, thanks a lot, Taylor Armstrong.
Last night the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills traveled the globe in search of magical little ponies and mythical caftans that will disappear all of their gloom. Unfortunately money can’t buy you mini ponies or magic muumuus!
Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump are shopping in Italy. Kyle is wearing – and I really must focus on this for an extended period of time – a cropped, cold-shoulder string-tie MUUMUU shirt, over black PJ pants. With large floppy hat. This woman needs an intervention. NO MORE mom-cazh!
The worst of the worst of the worst is that Lisa and Kyle are shopping in an Italian caftan store. Naturally the conversation flows (see what I did there) towards Richards-Hilton family dysfunction and Kyle’s decision to attend the wedding. Let’s be honest Kyle went to Italy so she can tell people she bought clothes in Italy, and Kyle wants to go to Nicky’s wedding so she can tell people she went to a Rothschild society wedding.
With 52 court-ordered AA meetings under her belt, Kim Richards appears to finally be piecing together some sober time. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star (who will appear occasionally this season, but is not back as a full time housewife) has been in the public eye for her battle with alcoholism for…well, a very long time now. But is Kim truly turning over a new leaf?
After her drunken incident and arrest at the Beverly Hills Hotel last April, followed by an arrest for shoplifting dollar items at Target in August, a judge ordered Kim to 52 A meetings, 300 hours of community service, and 3 years of probation.
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TMZ reports that court documents prove Kim “has been steadily attending AA meetings since September.” But the judge is taking no chances on the You-Stole-My-House! Richards Sister. She’s been ordered to continue attending 1 AA meeting per week as part of her ongoing sentencing (duration unspecified).
No longer a full time RHOBH cast member, Kim will be making appearances now and then on the current season to give Kyle Richards a viable storyline. Kim is also slated to film another reality series with daughter Kimberly Jackson: a mother/daughter themed Couples Therapy-inspired show.
Entertainment Tonight describes the show, which will also feature former despicably desperate reality star Heidi Montag and her mother, as featuring “famous mothers and daughters who have faced public struggles and are going through counseling.” Should be interesting…or at the very least, comment-inspiring!
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Speaking of Kyle, she’s got her take on last week’s episode, and she’s spilling her feelings regarding her invitation, shun, and reinstatement as a guest at niece Nicky Hilton’s wedding. As for Lisa Vanderpump’s meddling and Ken Todd’s comments about her size, Kyle isn’t keen on what she watched, but she’s willing to let it slide. Ol’ Splits has been on this show long enough to learn that she can’t be talking smack in blogs…she’s working on her image!
Heather Dubrow’s World is rapidly becoming Bravo Blogs, The Extended Version, but I find Heather to be a good host, with a fluid style of conversing with her guests. It’s not just a gossip show, but Heather genuinely tries to explore the topics and what’s going on. In short, Heather’s good at this. Bravo. [pun intended].
Heather and Lisa met in acting class 18-years-ago. Preempting Lisa’s appearance Heather declares, “She’s the exact same person. What you see on Beverly Hills Housewives – that’s who she is. There’s nothing put on about her.” Well, except her lips…
Lisa starts with words of compassion for Eileen Davidson and her family over their loss of Dick Van Patten: “It was a poignant, sad moment that tugged at my heart as you realize how great the family’s loss was. Life is all about saying goodbye, and I felt for them.”