Power Rankings for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 2, Episode 11: “Tempest in a Tea Party”
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Power Rankings for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 2, Episode 11: “Tempest in a Tea Party”

Who’s livin’ large and who’s been relegated to the pool house? We rank The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for Episode 11, “Tempest in a Tea Party,” in our weekly Power Rankings. Let the countdown begin!

Ranking: 6 (out of 6)
Last week: 3 (out of 7)
Here’s why: It’s Kyle’s first time at the bottom of the list! She not only has trouble being cordial to Kim’s boyfriend, but then Kyle calls Lisa out for having a big ego. Uh, should any of these women really be calling the others egotistical? (Translation: Don’t think we don’t remember seeing that ginormous portrait that you have of yourself, Kyle!)

Ranking: 5
Last week: 5
Here’s why: There’s no getting around it that Taylor had some pretty harsh things to say to Lisa this week. Plus, leaving Lisa off the guest list for that awards dinner seemed low, considering Lisa had recently invited Taylor to Pandora’s party. And if you ask us, the choice between attending that crazy party at Mohamed’s palatial estate or Taylor’s subdued awards ceremony is pretty much no contest.

Ranking: 4
Last week: 4
Here’s why: For such a heated episode, Lisa managed to remain fairly level-headed, even if the whole reason for this tea party in the first place was for Lisa to rub in the fact that she was inviting Taylor. And we couldn’t help but laugh when Ken asked Lisa why she needed “good luck” for the tea party. Uh, has Ken met these women?

Ranking: 3
Last week: 7
Here’s why: Kim missed another social activity? Shocker! Then again, that cage match tea party was the right one to miss. Her boyfriend Ken may not be someone whom you’d find in the pages of this week’s People’s “Most Beautiful People” issue, but he and Kim seem to be happy together, which is what matters. Then again, we don’t expect to see Kim and Ken going on double dates with Kyle and Mauricio anytime soon.

Ranking: 2
Last week: 2
Here’s why: It was a little harsh of Camille to start listing all of the ways that Russell has allegedly abused Taylor, but it seemed to be the reality check that Taylor needed. We also loved the look on Camille’s face when Taylor tried to bring her into the argument with Lisa. It was nice to see that the new Camille was able to let that go, since Camille from Season 1 just might have gone into conniptions over it.

Ranking: 1
Last week: 1
Here’s why: It wasn’t easy to pick a winner this week, since the entire situation was ugly, but Adrienne managed to repeat as number one. She was able to stay diplomatic (per usual) while still helping to get Lisa to apologize to Taylor — not that the apology made Taylor any calmer. And here we thought dealing with Paul’s attempt to order for her at the restaurant would be the most frustrating thing she’d have to deal with this week!

11.18.2011 / 04:31 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
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