Vanderpump Rules lives by its own code of ethics. That code being, if you don’t get caught it’s not cheating, and if you don’t get caught cheating with your friend’s boyfriend, you’re still a good friend. Lisa Vanderpump needs to quit re-educating with sommeliers and instead try educating her employees on HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS. Like maybe Communications 101?
Also, I owe Kristen Doute an apology. Sort of. I used to believe James Kennedy was a super-douchey arrogant jerk because Kristen is so insane, but now I realize it was just a case of Like Attracts Like. They’re both total jerks, who, luckily for everyone else, had found each other to terrorize. Now that James and Kristen have split, James is inflicting his assholery on everyone else. Tom 1 and Ariana Madix are “Adulting,” James is instead “Douchebagging Extreme!” Run Lala, run!
Kristen‘s ex-boyfriend, James Kennedy, was the main focus of Vanderpump Rules again this week. For reasons I will never understand, girls are sleeping with him and then fighting over him. Ariana Madix nailed my reaction perfectly, when she deadpanned, “People want to have sex with James?” Right?!
Lisa Vanderpump has been doing video blogging for the new season of Vanderpump Rules, which is a bit like a slimmed down version of Peoples Couch. This week Lisa watched and gave her reactions to scenes from the newest episode, including her take on Scheana and Shay’s addiction storyline, as well as Peter chopping off his ponytail.
On James Kennedy’s behavior this week, “I’m seeing James and his arrogance is superseding his talent. Maybe he needs to pull a few busboy shifts right now. What is this? I mean, really? James is so caught up in his arrogance, I almost don’t know this person in front of me right now that I’m watching.”
Scheana, who said she’d much rather go out and watch her friends be messy than stay home and support her struggling husband, admitted the night didn’t turn out as she hoped expected, “I thought it was a great idea to have Kristen come and call James out when he least expected it. The night definitely ended differently than I ever would’ve expected. I was thinking it would be a Stassi and Kristen 2.0 situation and it was the complete opposite.”
Kim Richards is speaking to Kyle Richards again, but that doesn’t mean it’s smooth sailing. Kyle shares that their relationship will “never be easy.” Also not easy – being on film constantly! Lisa Vanderpump admits it’s a challenge to juggle it all, but she is well-aware she should get while the going is good!
Last night on Vanderpump Rules everyone conspired together to sabotage James Kennedy‘s budding relationship with Lala Kent. Poor Lala – she was the unintended mature person caught in a cesspool of stupidity.
Things start with Kristen Doute and James officially splitting. He cheated, she possibly cheated because her phone went suddenly silent. James is haunted by Kristen’s past as a two-timing psycho-confidence killer and never feels he can trust her. Imagine that…
Kristen went home to visit family in Detroit (is that Krazy Kapital of America!?), and James thinks she hooked up with other guys. Sounds like he’s projecting to cover for the fact that he made out with Lala while Kristen was away! While Big Mama K is away the little beanstalks will play!
Tonight Kristen Doute and Lala Kent will compare notes onJames Kennedy and discover that James cheated with Lala before he Kristen were officially “over.” In the preview clip, Lala shares that she and James hooked up when Kristen flew to Detroit for a job. Which is interesting since he grills Kristen, accusing HER of hooking up with another guy since her phone was dead for a period of time during the work trip. These two truly should just stay together! #twopeas
Ariana says hearing about Shay’sissues made her feel “helpless.” She shares, “I know from personal experience that it can be hard to open up to those you’re close to about serious struggles because you always want to be positive and you don’t want anyone to worry. However, it felt horrible to know that they were taking on such huge issues on their own. I also worried that because I don’t have much knowledge about addiction combined with depression that I would give advice with the best intentions, only to be doing more harm than good. I wanted to urge them to see a professional immediately.”