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POLL: Pick the Housewives' Most "Despicable Me" Moment

PLUS: Steve Carrell also weighs in with his picks.

Over our nearly 7 year run with the Real Housewives franchises, we've seen no shortage of jaw-dropping, out-of-control moments from the stars of each series. Teresa Giudice dissing Melissa Gorga's cookies? Check. Kenya Moore mocking Phaedra Parks at a charity event? Oh, yeah, she did. Sarah Winchester ruining Heather Dubrow's cake at a party? Well, if we had low blood sugar, we probably would too!

There's too many moments to count, but we've rounded up 10 of the wildest Housewives clips and are asking you to weigh in: What's the most Housewives' most "Despicable Me" moment?

As an added bonus, we caught up Steve Carrell, who is starring in the new movie Despicable Me 2, and asked him to share his opinion, too.

Vote in our polls and see if your moral compass matches up with Steve's.

On an episode of RHOC, Sarah Winchester ruined Heather Dubrow's cake. And on an episode of RHONJ, Teresa Giudice tossed cookies that were given to her by sister-in-law Melissa Gorga.

Bow-Biting or Cookie-gate? Steve Carrell Weighs In

 

On an episode of RHOBH, Adrienne Maloof sent a bouquet to Lisa Vanderpump with her best wishes after she wasn't invited to her party. And on an episode of RHOA, Kenya Moore was accused of stealing the idea for a workout video from Phaedra Parks. 

Party Crashing or Idea Snatching? Steve Carrell Weighs In

 

On an episode of RHOM, Karent Sierra beat Adriana de Moura to the tweet when she shared a picture of her with an admired artist before Adriana. And on an episode of RHONJ, Teresa Giudice wrote mean comments about her sister-in-law Melissa Gorga in her cookbook.

Speed-Tweeting or Cookbook Critiques? Steve Carrell Weighs In

 

 

On an episode of RHOA, Kenya Moore seemingly mocked Phaedra Moore's bathing suit at a charity event. And on an episode of RHOBH, Taylor Armstrong caused a scene during an intimate performance by David Foster.

Dressing Up or Acting Out? Steve Carrell Weighs In

On an episode of RHONY, Ramona Singer wasn't invited by Heather Dubrow on a trip to London. And on an episode of RHOC, Slade Smiley made fun of the Housewives in his stand-up act.

Snubbing or Slamming? Steve Carrell Weighs In

Tom Colicchio Honors Danny Meyer for Time 100

The 'Top Chef' judge shares why the restaurateur is one of 2015's most influential people.

Time Magazine's list of the 100 most influential people of 2015 has hit stands, and though Top Chef judge Tom Colicchio didn't make the cut this year, he did make a very valuable contribution to the piece.

Fellow restaurateur and former partner Danny Meyer joined the likes of Kanye West and Lorne Michaels on the list and Tom was given the opportunity to recall how the man responsible for the Shake Shack empire really got the restaurant industry to boom—for all the right reasons.

"On a late summer day in 1992, Danny Meyer and I sat down in Union Square Park to talk about a new kind of restaurant—one that married the warmest form of great service with soulful, indelible food," he writes. "The result was Gramercy Tavern, a restaurant that ushered in a new era of American dining. But that day in the park we didn’t talk about menus or decor. We talked about how to make people on both sides of the table feel valued and cared for. How putting employees first would translate to a memorable experience for our guests."

These values are what have made his Union Square Hospitality Group thrive—and what Tom particularly admires about Danny.

"As Danny's business has grown, from a single restaurant to a nearly $2 billion Shake Shack burger empire with outlets around the world, its core has never changed," he says. "It's what has made him a leader in our industry. I'm proud to have been his partner and still proud to be his friend."

[Source: Time Magazine]

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