Kyle shares that Eden is too hyper focused on Kim. “Eden and Dorit start having a conversation that quickly turned to my sister, Kim, again. In the flashback they show Eden telling Dorit that Kim is not nice and doesn’t care about anyone but herself. She is so hyper focused on Kim it’s ridiculous. You can’t do something for someone (i.e. help them down the stairs) if you’re only doing it to get a certain reaction. Not only is it disingenuous, but you’re setting yourself up for disappointment. She didn’t know what was going through Kim’s mind at that moment.”
First, Lisa focuses on the good points of the episode – namely, Kyle’s party. “The party and property were gorgeous, and I knew Kyle wanted me there, so I begged Ken to cut our stay short.The flamboyancy of the flapper era was an era I would have thrived in. The sheer glamour was a sight to behold on that evening, and I was glad I made the effort to go. Everybody was resplendent in their costumes, a visual feast for all.”
First, Eden complains that she’s “STILL trying to get these women to understand me. #NoOneCares” and she insists, “I have a lot in common with the ladies, but no one sees it yet.”
In her blog, Eden defends herself and blames Lipsa-caused confusion for why she got so invested in Kim Richards‘ avowed sobriety and Kyle’s enabling. “I can’t even comment on the Kim and Kyle situation anymore. They should ask their friends how this started! I’m just done. But believe me, I hear Vanderpump! I have mad respect for her and point taken! And Vanderpump is a smart woman. She’ll get to the bottom of this!”
Lisa praises ErikaJayne for her nailing her audition on Y&R and says, “I’m starting to wonder if there’s anything Erika isn’t a natural at? It’s no wonder Delilah and Amelia were “star-striking” when they met her. *wink*”
How is Kim Richards not a cast member on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Even when she doesn’t appear, she is a constant topic of conversation. At the very least, I hope she’s getting paid to make these cameos and for giving pretty much everyone a story line. I’m over everyone talking about her ALL the time though, and surprisingly enough, Eileen Davidson is too.
I’m shocked by that since Eileen is BFF’s with Kim’s enemy Lisa Rinna, but it seems like everyone in the cast is beyond put off by new girl Eden Sassoon trying too hard to stir things up. At the very least, it seems like Eden’s presence has been offensive enough to unite the rest of the cast.
Eileen and Rinna gush over what a great time they had at Kyle Richards‘ Great Gatsby party, despite the freezing cold. The two danced the night away, much more than what we saw in the episode. “We had a ball.”
Instead I’d prefer an endless loop of Lisa Vanderpump, going all 20’s gangsterina waving that long cigarette around while she purred a warning to Eden Sassoon.* Because the return of a cigarette while administering prophecy and warnings is the most classically amazing RHOBH thing ever… And this people is why LVP is my eternal favorite. Even if she is manipulating, she’s doing so with a style, glamour, and sophistication that is delightful.
LVP gives the people what they want, and the people want drama – the good kind! What people don’t want is more of Kim’s slurry excuses or Eden’s mish-mashed mumbo-jumbo. Instead put that shit in a smoothie with some of Lisa Rinna‘s Xanax!
Unfortunately for the ladies, the cast members of Real Housewives don’t always have the best boyfriends and husbands. Sometimes that makes for good TV and other times it’s just genuinely sad to watch and hear about. Nevertheless, there are Real Housewives husbands and fathers that you would never want to date if you had the chance – at least in my opinion.
These dudes are the worst of the worst: from the cheaters to the jail birds to the fame hungry. These are not the kind of men that you would want to be with, but they managed to end up with reality TV’s finest (and some of them did make for better reality TV viewing).