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 the Season 2 Reunion, Part 3 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Get ready to rumble!
BRANDI GLANVILLE VS. TAYLOR ARMSTRONG
WHY: Brandi doesn’t think that Taylor should be sharing stories about Russell after his death. They also argue about who insulted the other first during last week’s segment.
WINNER: No winner. Brandi seems to think that Taylor is exaggerating her reports of Russell’s abuse, which is a pretty harsh statement to make. That said, we don’t have enough information to know which woman is in the right. More importantly, we’d just like them to put their differences behind them and focus on what they enjoyed about each other’s company earlier in the season. We’d like to see them put their best foot forward (broken-foot pun not intended).
KIM RICHARDS VS. KYLE RICHARDS
INSTIGATOR: There’s too much history here to say that just one was the instigator.
WHY: They bicker again about the missed flight, the “pregnancy” scare, and the fact that they each try to mother the other’s children. Kim also says that Kyle creates drama.
WINNER: Both of them! It wouldn’t be fair to pick sides, since they both seem eager to patch things up. Sure, Kim’s comment — that having a sister like Kyle leads to turbulence — seemed a tad strong, but after their sweet comments about hugging, it’s hard for us to stay mad. And it’s great that they’re both supporting each other — let’s just hope it lasts!
BRANDI GLANVILLE VS. DANA WILKEY
INSTIGATOR: They were about equal.
WHY: They disagree on whether Brandi’s actions were justified during game night.
WINNER: Brandi. We’re not really focusing on game night, but more on their attitudes at the reunion. For her part, Brandi at least admitted to regretting her game night behavior, so it would have been nice for Dana to have done the same. Instead, it still comes off like Dana will suck up to the Richards sisters at any cost. (And speaking of “cost,” maybe Dana could have agreed that bragging about the price of her shades was just a tad tacky.)