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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

The Real Catfights of Beverly Hills, Season 2, Episode 6: “Let the Games Begin”

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 Episode 6 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, “Let the Games Begin.” Get ready to rumble!

INSTIGATOR: Kim and Kyle
WHY: Kim says that she doesn’t want to be on Brandi’s team, and then Kyle makes a crack about testing Brandi’s IQ, and then... well, all hell breaks loose.
WINNER: Brandi, just barely (but really, there are no winners here!). Not that Brandi is blame-free, but we’re pointing the finger (so to speak) at Kim and Kyle for being catty towards Brandi from the get-go, and then for getting rather personal with their insults by mocking Brandi’s outfit and saying she seems like a slut. Why is it that the proudest that Kyle has been of Kim all season is when she hides Brandi’s crutches? That family has weird standards.

WHY: Dana gets upset when Brandi calls her “Pam,” and then Brandi tells us that Dana is kissing up to Kyle and Kim (although she didn’t quite use those words).
WINNER: Brandi. Brandi wasn’t exactly going out of her way to make nice with Kyle or Kim, but Dana made it clear that she was not on Brandi’s side, and if Dana didn’t want people calling her “Pam,” she should have said something to Kim about it, too. (And she should have been fine with “Pam,” since there were far worse names being tossed around by the end of the night!)

WHY: Camille says that Kyle and Kim went too far with Brandi and calls them “mean girls.” WINNER: Camille. Don’t tell us that this classic Season 1 matchup is getting revved up again? We thought it had been put to bed! But we’re giving this victory to Camille, since she made a valiant effort to stop the squabbling before things got out of hand, and she made a point of not taking anyone’s side (except to the camera). Let’s face it: When you complain about someone being on your team (as Kim and Kyle did), you’re gonna seem like a mean girl!

10.13.2011 / 03:24 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
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