The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Episode 6 Recap
Well, it’s time to spend another hour with our favourite over-the-top ladies and let me tell you this: every second is worth it.
It’s Game Night at Dana’s. We could also call this The Most Awkward Evening Ever. Seriously. So awkward. It’s painful to watch, but impossible to look away.
Name-dropper Dana welcomes everyone by announcing she’s wearing Valentino. Then she says, “I can barely walk in these Fendis.” I’d like her so much more if she’d said, “I can barely walk in these Hush Puppies.”
Brandi arrives and pretty much nobody speaks to her. I mean, the lady isn’t my first choice for BFF, but would it kill Kyle to make some polite small talk with her? I guess so.
Ohhhhh. Then Kim shows up and it is not pretty. She staggers to the bathroom right away–a room she visits constantly throughout the evening. This little tidbit is not lost on Brandi, who smells weakness like a shark smells blood on the water and decides she’s gonna move in for the kill.
Anyway, what ensues is a nasty fight that sees a simple game night disintegrate into name-calling and accusations. It all kind of rolls out like this:
- Kim and Kyle don’t wanna play games with Brandi
- Kim hides Brandi’s crutches
- Brandi calls Kyle a B*tch
- Kyle calls Brandi “pathetic”
- The word “***” gets thrown around
And then… Brandi goes in for the kill: “Your sister is wasted out of her mind,” she says to Kyle about Kim. Screaming ensues. I don’t think Kim, Kyle and Brandi are gonna plan any slumber parties in the near future.
And that, my friends, is the shocking conclusion to this week’s Housewife madness. The only other thing that happened was Lisa’s daughter Pandora got engaged and Lisa leaked water from her eyes in jubilation.
Brandi: “The best rapper in the whole entire world?” Kim: “Brad Pitt?”
“I like your soul,” Dana to Kim.
Tune in tonight for more screaming, accusations and some insanely expensive wedding plans.
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