Cast Blog: #RHOBH

Float Like A Bee

Kyle: I Couldn't Do Anything Right in Kim's Eyes

Lisa V.: Everything Is About to Boil Over

Brandi: Someone Poked the Wrong Bear

Eileen: Kim’s Emotions Are Already Running High

Lisa R.: Kim Tends to Forget Key Events

#RHOBH Spoiler Alert: Caught In The Crossfires

Lisa V.: I'm Not Afraid of Kim

Lisa R.: Why Do You Want People to Fight Over You?

Kim: I Shouldn't Have to Defend My Actions

Eileen: Kim Has Exhibited Disturbing Behavior

Brandi: Having Fun for A Change

#RHOBH Spoiler Alert: Shock and Suprise

Kim: Brandi And Kyle's Feud Has Nothing To Do With Me

Brandi: Addiction Is Not a Negative Label or Insult

Kyle: Brandi Pulls Out Her Dagger to Deflect

Lisa V.: At What Point Is It Enough?

Eileen: Is There Any Line Brandi Won't Cross?

Lisa R: Let's Call a Spade a Spade

#RHOBH Spoiler Alert: Battle Between Sisters

Brandi: I'm a Ride or Die Friend

Lisa R.: Everyone Needs to Own Their Sh--

Kyle: Brandi Puts Out Lies, Hoping They Will Stick

Eileen: Brandi Is Acting Like a Mafia Enforcer

Lisa V.: Brandi's Behavior Was Unnerving to Watch

#RHOBH Spoiler Alert: A Clash and an F-Bomb

Brandi: Lisa R. Should Be Disappointed in Herself

Kim: Don't Mistake My Sadness for Weakness

Kyle: I Have Never Had Anyone Put a Hand on Me

Lisa V.: I Tried to Warn Kyle

Eileen: Brandi Attacks, Then Deflects

Lisa R.: Kyle Didn't Create This Drama

#RHOBH Spoiler Alert: More Fighting and a Peeping Tom

Kim: Kyle Should Be Worried, Not Embarrassed

Brandi: Kyle Wants to Help When There's an Audience

Kyle: This Was Brandi's Master Plan

Lisa R.: It Felt Just As Awkward As It Looked

Lisa V.: Kim's Demeanor Was Questionable

Eileen: Brandi Loves to Stir the Pot

#RHOBH Spoiler Alert: Disgust and a Push

Yolanda: I Would Like to Apologize

Float Like A Bee

Adrienne thinks Paul should work on his Ali-like reflexes and responds to the viewer's love of their relationship.

What are the odds?

I suppose that as someone who owns a casino, this might actually be a question for which I could somehow find out the answer.

I'm referring of course to the double whammy endured (literally) by my husband. Twice he had his nose broken by one of our sons. Not once… twice. How does that happen? At some point after the first break don't you instinctively keep your eyes on the flailing limbs and heads of three little boys when you horse around with them? At what point does the idea of ducking or dodging actually take hold?

Yes, I'm completely teasing him. I probably need to instill a little Muhammad Ali in Paul and teach him how to "float like a butterfly" a bit better. He's apparently already got the "sting like a bee" part down pat, considering how fast he managed to push me in the pool. By the way, a little tip about payback? It's best served up with a dish of surprise. So look out, Paul, paybacks are a bitch! Ha!

A lot of people have said the banter between Paul and me is very relatable, and that it reminds them of their own marriage in so many ways. The back and forth works for us, and it's an element of the friendship that we have. We both have very strong personalities, and are not afraid of saying what we feel, so the teasing is the humorous way that we communicate. I'm a very strong believer in the adage "different strokes for different folks," and for us, we've found something that works in this dynamic. I do love that we’re able to make people laugh with us in the process.

With a new year having just begun, I wanted to take time to talk about my resolution for this year. I've joked that my resolution would be to broker a 24-hour cease-fire amongst the Housewives, but in all seriousness, I've really thought about what I'd like to accomplish this year. For some reason, 2011 feels infused with more possibility than recent years – and I'm looking forward to the new projects I have slated for the coming months. On the Maloof Entertainment side, I'm so excited to be working with renowned director Gary Foster and writer Doug Richardson (Bad Boys, Die Hard 2) on an incredible film based on a true story that you won't want to miss, and I've been approached by some really talented and amazing people to work on fashion projects. Of course our family's philosophy for the last 150 years has been that you can't forget the magic to any business – and that is to take care of your employees, take care of your customers and to always give back.

XOXO, Adrienne

P.S. Happy New Year, and cheers to a great 2011!