Did Adrienne Maloof Break Her “Friends Don’t Sue Friends” Rule and More Burning Questions From Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 3, Episode 10
Each episode ofReal Housewives of Beverly Hills is filled with surprising and shocking moments that sometimes require closer examination. With that in mind, here are the top six burning questions from Season 3, Episode 10: “Home Is Where the Art Is.” 1. How does Adrienne respond to Taylor bringing up her rule to not sue friends? “Friends don’t sue friends” is a pretty good rule of thumb, but Taylor Armstrong feels Adrienne Maloof broke her own mantra. However, as Adrienne writes in her Bravo blog, “I still believe that friends don't sue friends, but Brandi has made it abundantly clear that she is not my friend.” Apparently, there’s no rule against suing former friends.
2. What kind of music was Paris Hilton performing at that Brazilian concert? It was fun seeing Paris at the art gallery, since this is the first episode in which she’s mingled with the ladies. And we were curious about her concert that she says J.Lo is opening for in Brazil. As it turns out, this concert took place in June 2012 and was one of a series of high-profile DJ gigs she’s been getting lately. Who knew Paris was so skilled on the ones and twos?
3. Did Lisa intend to give Mauricio the cold shoulder? We’re not sure what type of long, in-depth discussion Mauricio was hoping to have with Lisa Vanderpump at the gallery, but he was clearly expecting more than the quick “hello, goodbye” he got from her. So was she purposely cold to him? Not so, says Lisa. “I was mystified at Mauricio's” hurt feelings, as “I greeted him as I normally would,” she says. Then again, this can’t be the first time someone’s behavior on this show was referred to as “mystifying.”
4. What problems was Taylor referring to in David Foster’s previous marriage? At the Moroccan restaurant, Taylor tells Camille Grammer that they know David Foster’s previous marriage to Linda Thompson — prior to Yolanda Foster— wasn’t all “kisses and roses,” but what exactly is she referring to? It’s hard to say, since both Linda and David were tight-lipped at the time of their 2005 divorce. Linda said the cause of the divorce “will remain personal and private.” Perhaps Taylor knows something we don’t.
5. Which films has Marisa’s husband, Dean, produced? Marisa Zanuck doesn’t sound completely impressed by Dean’s film resume, but we sure are. Dean has been a producer on such hits as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Big Fish, and the Jim Carrey film Yes Man. Not too shabby! And speaking of Yes Man, we think all the husbands on this show would be wise to just say yes to anything their wives say.
6. When did Brandi learn how to maneuver on a stripper pole? Next week, Brandi takes the ladies to Vegas for her sexy-stripper class, and we’ll apparently get to see all the ladies showcase their talents on the pole. So how did Brandi learn this surprising skill? Apparently, her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian bought her a pole just before their split, and she loves busting aerobatic moves on it. So her most prized possessions from her marriage are her kids and her stripper pole? Gotta love that!