Climate Change: What You Need to Know
Anyone who has ever seen an episode of the Real Housewives knows that things can go from calm to stormy in a matter of minutes. One moment you're talking about taking photos on the beach with Kelly Killoren Bensimon and the next moment it's all "Vampires!" "Al Sharpton!" and "Go to sleep!" As unpredictable as Erika Girardi's next outfit, our 'Wives sure know how to change the mood. Just ask that table Teresa Giudice flipped if "bitch" actually is better.
This capriciousness has given us some of our most important moments in Housewives history. Phrases like "evil eye," "Who gonna check me, boo?" and "slut pig" will forever be emblazoned in our hearts. And it's not just hot-headed moments that we’re talking about. It seems that at any moment, Vicki Gunvalson can go from woo-hoo to boo hoo. Like that time planting trees immediately made her switch from joy to all the tears.
Thank you, 'Wives for being so in touch with your feelings that you allow them all to come out at once in a tornado of emotions. Filters be damned and changes keep a comin'!
The Decision 2016 Breakdown
This past year of Housewife life has brought us hot-headed instances more severe than ever before. Years long alliances were ruptured and friendships cracked on The Real Housewives of Dallas when LeeAnne Locken and Tiffany Hendra exploded on the street in a startling turn of events:
Dorinda Medley offers us two very distinct examples of climate change this year. There was of course the now iconic moment when she wanted to burn her own house down in the Berserk-shires. She had kept her cool until her mother's birthday cake was mentioned. Then the tides changed...
Dorinda and pal Ramona Singer also brought us a rare moment of literal temperatures rising - resulting in the two sitting on an AC unit to cool down. Everybody knows - especially Heather Thomson - how partial Ramona is to her AC.