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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

The Real Catfights of Beverly Hills, Season 1, Episode 12: “Turn, Turn, Turn”

Jealousy, impatience, anger, annoyance: all sweet, sweet fodder for the most sensational catfights. When the women are swillin' the ol' haterade, we've got your ringside coverage. Here are the highlights from Season 1, Episode 12 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, entitled "Turn, Turn, Turn." Get ready to rumble!

LISA VS. TAYLOR
INSTIGATOR: Lisa (as usual!)
WHY: Lisa thinks Taylor is hogging Kyle's time. Lisa also accuses Taylor of causing Camille's NYC rampage. Harsh words!
WINNER: Lisa. To be honest, we don't know what Kyle is thinking — we'd much rather hang out with Lisa than Taylor! However, criticizing Taylor now for the Kyle-Camille fight is like getting mad at Pauly Shore for a movie he made in the early '90s. (In other words, hasn't Taylor suffered enough?)

CAMILLE VS. KELSEY
INSTIGATOR: Kelsey.
WHY: Kelsey tells Camille he's ending their marriage, but he still makes her fly to NYC so he can save face at the Tony Awards. Ouch!
WINNER: No winners here! Camille and Kelsey both seem to deserve each other, but they'll both probably be better off after the split. At least, we hope that they're better off. There are a lot of words to describe how Kelsey and Camille seem together, but "happy" isn't one of them.

KEN VS. CEDRIC
INSTIGATOR: Ken.
WHY: While the three of them are in the car, Ken tells Cedric and Lisa that Cedric has worn out his welcome. (Actually, it was probably worn out approximately the day after Ced moved in.)
WINNER: Ken. It's time for Cedric to get his own life, as even Lisa's support is wavering. And Cedric can't be surprised that Ken wants him to leave after a year, right? That's like being surprised about the outcome of a game that you're watching on ESPN Classic.

01.19.2011 / 06:56 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
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