Power Rankings for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 2, Episode 12: “The Great Divide”
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Power Rankings for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 2, Episode 12: “The Great Divide”

Who’s livin’ large and who’s been relegated to the pool house? We rank The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills for Episode 12: “The Great Divide,” in our weekly Power Rankings. Let the countdown begin!

Ranking: 6
Last week: 3
Here’s why: Kim is once again off in “Kim Land,” reliving her Disney horse-riding days to Dana, and then only saying hi to the people whom she wants to say hi. But we suppose we should at least be happy that Kim showed up to Taylor’s party, right? Then again, given her tension with Ken, maybe she just wanted to get out of the house for a bit.

Ranking: 5
Last week: 5
Here’s why: We appreciate that Taylor wanted Kennedy to have a memorable birthday; it’s just that the party felt more showy than heartfelt. Taylor also had some surprisingly harsh things to say about Camille. And who knew that Taylor had an assistant? We’re kinda curious what that assistant does, besides tracking down kids’ tables at obscenely lavish parties.

Ranking: 4
Last week: 1
Here’s why: We’re used to Adrienne defusing conflict, but she was the one igniting it this week, complaining to Kyle about Lisa throwing Pandora’s party at a rival casino. We think this might be the first time in history that someone is actually beg for drunk people and strippers to throw a party on their property.

Ranking: 3
Last week: 2
Here’s why: Camille is feeling the brunt of Taylor’s wrath, with Taylor ignoring her texts and then telling Kyle she’s glad that Camille didn’t show at Kennedy’s birthday. Then again, we’re thinking that Camille didn’t miss much by skipping that party, unless Camille is a huge fan of mechanical bulls.

Ranking: 2
Last week: 4
Here’s why: We love it when Lisa and wedding planner Kevin Lee do battle, since it’s fun to see Lisa deal with someone who’s as un-subtle as she is. But Lisa deserves credit for letting Pandora select the invitations she wants, even if they seem to be a colossal waste of money a tad expensive. And we feel sorry for the mailman who has to lug those things around all day.

Ranking: 1
Last week: 6
Here’s why: From last place to first in one week — impressive! But Kyle mainly gets the win this week because she was the least confrontational of the group. She actually seems friendly towards Brandi at the party, meaning she’s toning down those “mean girl” tendencies of hers. Also, we love any cute moments between her and Portia, like when Portia adorably requests a “real snack” instead of grapes. (We’re with you, Portia! Fruit is boring!)

11.24.2011 / 06:41 AM EDT by Ryan Gajewski
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