Was That Necessary? Revisiting Bravo's Roughest Moments
Table flipping, name-calling and a whole lot of ego make the list.
On the gridiron, when someone commits a foul, a flag is thrown. On Bravo, sometimes a table gets thrown, and very often, a tantrum.
While the return of USA's Necessary Roughness (season two premieres June 6 at 10/9c) brings us a whole new batch of crazy with Dr. Dani, we thought we'd take a look at our own flagrant fouls and moments of unbridled roughness. Which do you think were necessary, and which should draw a penalty flag?
Tabatha Coffey has to be fairly aggressive in order to be good at her job. Still, watching her pick apart a misguided business and spit out the yogurt they were trying to sell was just straight-up rough to watch.
We've become accustomed to Jeff Lewis nearly losing his marbles on Flipping Out -- usually on his clients. But when one contractor irked him, the Lewis wrath was unleashed -- and you don't want to be anywhere near Jeff when it is:
Who knew that realtors could be so rough? Apparently you don't mess with a realtor's secretary, as things nearly came to blows between Jonathan Altman and Madison Hildebrand on Million Dollar Listing:
There's always some drama when it comes to The Real Housewives of Atlanta -- and for some reason, Marlo Thomas making it rain in a nightclub set off quite the tiff between her and Kandi Burruss:
Things this season got real on Real Housewives of Orange County when Tamra Barney unloaded on Alexis Bellino and her alleged phoniness. The fact that it all went down in a restaurant makes it extra rough to watch:
When sisters team up, you know you're in for a rough ride. Kyle and Kim Richards both let loose their demons when Brandi Glanville dared to drop the B-bomb on Kyle:
Kelly Bensimon had no idea who she was messing with when she continuously got into it with Bethenny Frankel. And B's comment about Kelly being one of the least intelligent people she's ever met? Yeah, that's rough:
And, in the roughest of rough moments, allow us to present the infamous Teresa Giudice table flip. Dinnerware never knew such roughness:
What's your favorite "rough" Bravo moment? Leave it in the comments below and get ready for Necessary Roughness on USA starting June 6