The Real Catfights of Beverly Hills, Season 2, Episode 15: “A Book, a Bachelorette, and a Breakdown”
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 15 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, “A Book, a Bachelorette, and a Breakdown.” Get ready to rumble!
CAMILLE GRAMMER VS. LISA VANDERPUMP INSTIGATOR: Camille WHY: Camille is resentful that Lisa and Taylor Armstrong are suddenly friends, and she thinks Lisa sees herself as saving the day. WINNER: Lisa. While Camille is grumbling about Lisa to D.D. Whitt and Brandi Glanville, Taylor and Lisa are off having a fabulous time at the bachelorette party. Camille may feel that Lisa has some kind of ulterior motive for suddenly befriending Taylor, but we agree with Brandi’s comment about Lisa just wanting to be there for Taylor. (And who would have expected Brandi of all people to be the voice of reason? We’re as shocked as you are!)
TAYLOR ARMSTRONG VS. CAMILLE GRAMMER INSTIGATOR: Both of them WHY: They’re still grappling with the aftermath of Brandi’s party. Taylor says that her birthday makes her realize the importance of trust, while Camille says Taylor needed an exorcism. WINNER: Neither one. We thought that perhaps a silver lining of last week’s disastrous party would be that it encourages Taylor and Camille to finally talk things out. So much for that happening, as they instead continue to talk about each other to other people. Nothing that they said this week is overtly hostile, so we still think they can patch things up, but it’s gonna take some serious work.
ADRIENNE MALOOF VS. PAUL NASSIF INSTIGATOR: Who can tell? WHY: Uh, where do we start? Adrienne criticizes his eating habits and calls him controlling, while they each mock each other’s driving. Oh, and he thinks her sash is too busy. Harsh! WINNER: Impossible to judge. They’re both criticizing each other for such silly things that it’s too tough to pick sides. But we will say that we were a tad surprised when Paul asks Adrienne to cook him breakfast, considering Adrienne’s track record in the kitchen. (Maybe Paul likes his eggs over-soapy?)