Nothing will ever top the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills seasons with the original cast members. The show that originally blessed us with story lines about sibling relationships, addiction, domestic violence, adultery, and divorce is now subjecting us to a multiple-episode arc on being late to lunch and countless scenes with the Housewives packing and picking outfits.
OG cast member Adrienne Maloofopens up about the impact of the show on her marriage with now-ex-husband Paul Nassif, her current relationship status with Jacob Busch, and the possibility of returning to the 90210 as a full-time Housewife.
Unlike some rookie Housewives, Erika Jayne slayed her first season on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. On her second season, she went up against Dorit Kemsley over the never-ending pantygate story line and most of the viewers were on her side. During that same season, Erika also flipped out against her good friend Eileen Davidson for no discernible reason, which was not something most viewers could get behind.
This season, Erika made up with Dorit, but now she’s butting heads with new girl Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave at every turn. She snapped at Teddi when she innocently asked about her father. She snapped at Teddi for accusing her of having “pretend amnesia,” which is understandable, but her reaction was definitely over the top. Of course, there are many Erika fanatics, but the tides have definitely turned this season, at least a little bit. There are a lot of people siding with Teddi. So what did Erika think going into the Season 8 reunion?
Congrats are in order: Erika Jayne’s new book, “Pretty Mess,” just hit the New York Times Best Sellers list!
Erika Jayne shared on social media, “My pretties, we did it!!! #PrettyMess made it to the NY Times Best Sellers! I couldn’t have done it without each and every one of you If you haven’t purchased your copy of #PrettyMess get it now.”
Last night was a good episode of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills. There was no particular reason – it wasn’t filled to the brim with drama, but it showcased the women in their elements and was filled with some real moments like Kyle Richards ultimate friendship faux pas. Excitingly we also got a lot of background information on Lisa Vanderpump, plus DoritKemsley almost overdosed (kinda, sorta) on flu medication which was hilariously so Dorit. (Yes, I’m a sadist). However the big exciting news was their trip to Berlin.
Unfortunately there is more bad news for Lisa and Ken. Days after losing Pink Dog unexpectedly, Pikachu passed away. Now Lisa is worried for the fate of all her dogs. She looks them over, this mountain of fluffery and docility, she decides each needs to be installed with a tracking device and cloned straight away. It’s what Nanny Kay would recommend after all! And she was a woman of sense; a medic during WWII who survived The Blitz, and then, in her elder years, moved with Lisa and Ken to LA when they opened their first restaurant there – a PIZZA JOINT in the Sherman Oaks Mall. So, Lisa did live in The Valley?