During the last season of Real Housewives of Orange County, I did not know how to react when Meghan Edmonds started in on the “Brooks Ayers doesn’t have cancer” accusations. It was her first season on the show and I didn’t “know” her well enough yet to feel like she had credibility. And aside from that, I could not help wondering who in their right mind would actually fake cancer. Well, we all know how that whole thing turned out so I’m not going to rehash that part.
Nevertheless, the current RHOCseason is all about rehashing last year with everyone hating on Vicki Gunvalson for playing up the persona of a victim and for refusing to apologize for her part in all of the craziness. Even after the season has finished filming (minus the reunion), Meghan is still not over the Brooks drama and she is teasing a little bit about to expect in upcoming episodes.
Vicki Gunvalson wants revenge against the doctor in Oklahoma who treated Briana Culberson! Vicki blames the doctor for exponentially worsening Briana’s health after she contracted an infection in the hospital – and Briana still hasn’t fully recovered!
Briana has been struggling with undiagnosed health issues for months, says Vicki, which first started after a routine surgery, and necessitated that Briana move back to Orange County. “They were going to kill my daughter, basically,” the Real Housewives Of Orange County accuses. “So, I got her out of there.”
Heather begins by defending how Vicki Gunvalson is dealing with Briana’s health – like Vicki going to work after Briana was in the hospital. “It’s not like Briana was in the hospital one day and now she’s leaving her,” Heather explains. “This has been an ongoing thing, so which day does she choose?”
Unless there is some sort of drastic turnaround, then it is pretty clear to me that Shannon Beador is done with Vicki Gunvalson. She avoids Vicki every time she shows up at events and Vicki is a narcissist who refuses to apologize and loves defecting on others… So I don’t see anything changing between.
Not only that, but I’m sure that Shannon can’t stand how Vicki is always the topic of conversation. Talking about the same thing all the time has to be pretty tiresome. And now Shannon has to relive these Vicki-centered conversations when each Real Housewives of Orange County episode airs.
To be honest, it seems like she just knows that hanging with Vicki is going to maximize her camera time, but that’s just my first impression of her. Hopefully, she gets a little bit better, stops cracking such lame jokes, and trying to be the MVP (and sole member) of Team Vicki.
I don’t understand anything that Vicki Gunvalson does on Real Housewives of Orange County. She is always crying to get sympathy from the viewers because no one in the cast wants to be friends with her, yet she refuses to apologize for anything that she does – ever.
No one is here for that, Vicki – especially Heather Dubrow. She has always been a no nonsense chick, but she is really laying down the law when it comes to how she will treat Vicki after all of the Brooks Ayers-related craziness. In the most recent episodeHeather declared that she is going to regard Vicki as an “acquaintance” instead of a friend from now on.
Last night’s episode of Real Housewives Of Orange County was oddly medicinal. Is Bravo opening a medical trauma center? The last thing we need on this show are MORE health dramas. Leave people’s bodies alone, Bravo! I don’t want to see any journeys that involve doctors, unless of course one of these broads is married to a doctor and he’s doing wonky and weird and very money making doctoring.
That sounds gross and extremely serial killer, but just watch Botched and you’ll get the gist. When people weren’t ill last night, they were moving, or preparing to move, or crying over their spiritual wellness while holding a dumbbell. It was issues galore on RHOC!
So things begin with Vicki Guvnalson in OK to move Briana back to OC. They pile the car with Briana’s kids for a 19 hour drive, and leave Ryan to tie up all the loose ends of their windswept McMansion on the Prairie life there.