Credit: Isabella Vosmikova/Bravo Photo: Beverly Hills Housewives Kim Richards and Camille Grammer Sit Poolside at The Palms in Las Vegas in Season 1
After last week’s trip to The Palms in episode 1.3, we thought Camille had some serious explaining to do. And yes, we’re talking about her constant need for attention, especially from the other husbands (and Nick!). While we feel bad she was rolling solo in Vegas (and we feel even worse about her current divorce), we definitely think she crossed the line more than a couple times. But we always try to give the ladies the benefit of the doubt, so when Camille posted her most recent blog we thought she might be able to redeem herself. Alas! Her post, which kind of reads like a diary entry, doesn’t really make much sense. Not only that, she makes a series of excuses in order to justify her less than lady-like behavior. And we had such high hopes for Camille! Oh well, there’s always next week. In the meantime, here are a few of our favorite statements:

1. I do think I was somewhat disconnected from the group that weekend. I suppose on some level I was feeling the need for quiet reflection.

Oh, so THAT explains why she was taking shots at the pool with all the guys. Nothing like a little tequila and flirting to help the medicine go down.

2. I have always been person who has been more comfortable around men. Maybe it was because I was so close to my brother and father. Through my time spent with them when I was young, I developed my love for sports and cars. Don't get me wrong I love a good fashion show as much as any girl — I just had a lot of time to develop other, not- so-girly interests in addition to shoes and purses.

Yeah, nice try Camille. Liking sports and cars doesn’t exactly make you a tomboy, especially when you can afford box seats and luxury vehicles. With that kind of money, how could any girl not be a fan?

3. It is interesting to watch yourself on a reality show. It makes you think about the things that you say and how what you meant to convey can be so easily miscommunicated and misunderstood. I am a playful person, and my playful sarcasm may be falling on deaf ears. My self-deprecating humor may not be as funny as I thought.

Self-deprecating? Yeah, we’re not buying this one either. We can’t remember the last time Camille poked fun at herself, but we certainly wouldn’t mind seeing her try!