It has been a rough ride for Stassi Schroeder on Vanderpump Rules. She went from the undisputed queen of the show (and birthdays) to leaving and returning to grovel for the cast’s forgiveness. Now that Stassi is back in the fold, she has a lot to say about the cast.
Kim Richards isn’t even a Housewife on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills this season, yet she is the only thing anyone talks about. This is the third year Lisa Rinna has used Kim for her story line, and now she has the new girl Eden Sassoon in on meddling in Kim and Kyle Richards‘s relationship especially when it comes to Kim’s sobriety. Lisa claimed that she “didn’t remember” stating that Kim was “close to death” and cried to deflect from guilt. Well, obviously Kim wasn’t too happy watching that episode and she shared her thoughts on Twitter.
What is up with Lisa Rinna? Does she not know she is on a reality TV show? Did she really think she could get away with blatantly lying about a VERY SERIOUS subject? Apparently so, because Lisa definitely came off as a pretty awful person during the last episode.
I don’t know, man. Eden Sassoon may be nuttier than a five-pound fruitcake, but she’s on the right side of the truth when it comes to Lisa Rinna’s latest accusations and deflections. The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills newest addition claims that Rinna is suffering from “selective memory,” and she’s here to set the record straight.
But first, Eden takes a moment to praise her mom for talking her off the ledge. “Let’s start this blog post with the beautiful part of this episode…my mama. She is such a strong, beautiful woman, who so easily brings me back down to earth. It wasn’t always that way; we have worked really hard on our relationship. But now that we have such a strong friendship, I look to her for advice when I am overwhelmed, which I totally am at this moment.”
Oh Lisa Rinna. Those lips, those lips are juicy. Last night, the ladies of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills were supposed to be relaxing in Mexico, but we all know that’s not what happened. Echoing a theme of being over the shit, Eileen Davidson preferred Montezuma’s Revenge Diarrhea to more diarrhea of drama over who said what 3,000 years ago when Montezuma ruled.
So Lipsa arrives in Mexico to a chilly greeting. Kyle Richards is reeling after learning that Lipsa blabbed what the whole world was already thinking about Kim Richards‘ state of sobriety: Kim is “mostly sober,” Kyle is an enabler, and Kim is/was “near death.” Unfortunately Lipsa chose to make these observations to Eden Sassoon, who she mistakenly believed she could trust.
Now the blame for Eden‘s overzealous antics has been shifted to Lisa Rinna and Eden even has the all powerful Lisa Vanderpump in her corner. After Eden told LVP that Rinna was actually the one who told her that Kim “is close to death” and that Kyle is her enabler, Rinna is public enemy number one.
Last season, a lot of people tried to bring down LVP, it look likes the queen is back on top. It might be because so many of the other ladies have really sunk so low, but either way Lisa Vanderpump is looking way better than she did last year on RHOBH.
To be honest, I’m a little thrown off by James Kennedy still being a cast member on Vanderpump Rules since he has been alienated by most of the cast. Still, he does have some really scandalous story lines this season and it all revolves around (allegations of) cheating on girlfriend Raquel Leviss, specifically with Gerelyn “GG” Gilbert and a waitress named Ellie. Now GG is seeking her fifteen minutes of fame speaking out about James and calling out the rest of the cast.
It’s hard for me to cope with the idea of anyone having sex with James, let alone making it public knowledge, but GG feels a need to set the (very obvious) record straight and shit on some Pump Rules cast members in the process.
Happy Valentine’s Day, esteemed Reality Tea readers! To demonstrate how much I love you all, here is a gushing, love-filled recap of Vanderpump Rules. Last night, we found ourselves dealing with stinky situations in the city of saints, sinners, and voodoo. No, it was not corpses escaping their graves in a zombie apocalypse, it was just more Tequila Katie.
As always, the three-headed shebeast proceeded to terrorize the menfolk in a manner befitting of epic trilogies from the ancient years before cell phones could take photos and people were able to communicate with only the push of tiny buttons. What I’m saying is that Tom 2 is on his own Odyssey, charting a territory only tepidly paved by Tom 1‘s Iliad before him (that would be surviving Kristen Doute). I can’t compare Jax Taylor to anything other than Dr. Jackhole and Mr. Jax’d. He writes his own unsavory story – warts and all.