Lisa Vanderpump

Lisa agrees that breaking and entering wasn't her best idea, but explains it was part of the quest to get answers from Kim.

on Jan 11, 2012

Boating was a fun day. I was definitely warming to Brandi, realizing that like me she had an appetite for fun and didn't take herself too seriously. Even when I pulled the strings on her non-existent bikini, rendering her almost completely naked, she did not bat an eye. Haha. Me thinks, she’s a likely recruit for my mischief!

That night, dinner was fractious. There was no possible chance of ignoring the cavalier attitude of Ken and Kim, and, as you witnessed, they left early, frustrated by Kyle's persistence and expectance of an apology, which was never going to happen. Some may think Brandi is too blatant with her remarks. In my opinion when one enters this domain we hold ourselves up for scrutiny. That is the nature of this beast. If you have something to hide, my recommendation when you're asked to sign up for a reality show would be to run for the hills. Our business became your business, when we made the decision to enter in to your living room and share our lives with you.

In regard to other episodes and many of your comments -- many, many of you question my judgment as to how I could have ignored so many telltale signs as to who my real friends were. Just try to remember that all the footage you see as we proceed with the story are things I am viewing at the same time as you. We are not aware of things that run in the same episode. If somebody is disloyal or talks behind your back you don't have a clue. Until now. . .

So I must sign off, as this blog is in danger of becoming a novel! I leave you, our loyal viewer to continue following our exhausting journey and look forward to your remarks that keep us in touch with. . .reality
Love always Lisa