Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Top 3 Catfights From Season 3, Episode 5: “Girls Gone Ojai’ld”
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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Top 3 Catfights From Season 3, Episode 5: “Girls Gone Ojai’ld”

Jealousy, impatience, anger, annoyance: All sweet, sweet fodder for the most sensational catfights. When the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills women are swillin' the ol' haterade, we've got your ringside coverage. Here are the highlights from Season 3, Episode 5, “Girls Gone Ojai’ld.” Get ready to rumble!

INSTIGATOR: Brandi Glanville
WHY: Brandi tells Adrienne to “shut the f**k up.” But you already knew that.
WINNER: It’s a draw. Brandi comes quite close to getting the win for being willing to apologize for the f-bomb even though Adrienne never apologizes for interrupting Kim Richards and Brandi’s heart-to-heart. But still, it’s hard to reward Brandi when it was her comment that created such a stir in the first place. And it turns out that Lisa’s right: Faking it sometimes is for the best.

INSTIGATOR: Kyle Richards
WHY: Kyle keeps questioning why Brandi dropped the f-bomb, so Lisa Vanderpump feels compelled to defend her.
WINNER: Lisa. Uh, does Kyle forget that she called Camille Grammer “a f**king liar” in Season 1? Clearly, that f-bomb could have been avoided, like Brandi’s, but in the heat of the moment, things slip out. Ultimately, we agree with Lisa that Brandi had the right sentiment but went a bit too far by using profanity. And Kyle probably shouldn’t have kept harping on the issue quite so much. Either way, we’re proud of all the ladies for finding a way to move on. (God bless booze!)

INSTIGATOR: Taylor Armstrong
WHY: Taylor doesn’t react well to the news of Brandi’s book deal, bringing up Brandi’s comments from the reunion.
WINNER: Brandi. Even if Taylor has a point, there seems like a better place to make it than deflating Brandi’s happy book-deal moment in front of the whole group. And we’re pretty sure that Brandi’s issue with Taylor’s book wasn’t about discussing her divorce, but about discussing personal info about someone who’s deceased. Granted, maybe Brandi shouldn’t have criticized Taylor’s book either, but that doesn’t mean that Taylor’s comment is productive.

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