Hello Beverly Hills lovers. I can't believe you answered my call, er, recap. I guess you love me more than Lisa Vanderpump. (Just kidding Lisa, I think the lack of ladies answering you phone was just a fluke. They were probably just all driving through tunnels and getting terrible reception.) The quotient of oddities in this episode is so high I'm frankly unsure of how to even recap it. I mean, just look at this:
You have a camel (a better behaved one than the one the Countess rode), a mermaid (an especially vocal one at that), drum circles, strange dancing, people sliding down banisters, secret bedrooms, Kyle Richards showing that she is exceptionally flexible, Mohamed's fembot girlfriend. . . I could go on and on. Truly in the cannon of Housewives parties, this leaps to the forefront.
Thus, instead of the usual recap, I've decided to hand out awards this week. There is simply too much greatness at this shindig to not spotlight all the delights and wonders therein. Come as I highlight the most amazing moments of this Moroccan-style evening.
First a non-party related award -- Best anesthesiologist look-a-like for Marky Marky: Paul's. Let me just put this out there Dr. Nassif -- if Kim doesn't want him, feel free to set him up with me. Despite not knowing what the half of his face that was covered by the surgical mask looks like, I'll date him. I'm sure if anything was less than ideal under there, you fixed it. Also, plase say hi to Mark Wahlberg's mother for me.
Thanks for the recap, loved it! So just who is this new boyfriend of Kim's? And....why is he wearing a wedding ring???
Charlie Sheen called. He's ready to do a show with Kim Richards, it will be Bravo's version of "Intervention".
How is it that Kyle had on a full face of make up after her skin treatment at Adrienne's before she came out to talk to Brandi?
Okay ... I'm am certain you will not post this but it's just super funny! I was watching RHOBH on Halloween and watching Kyle freaking out about her MIL (which was a bit freaky) but my "flip" channel was Halloween with sweet little Kyle playing Lindsay. Halloween was the first truly scary movie I saw with my BFF and we were texting and watching it together (we live in different states) and when we noticed that Kyle was in both of the channels we were flipping between .... let's just say INTERESTING!!! Be well, Kyle, you so reminded me and my BFF of babysitting the other night. We so did put that scary behind us. I hope you do as well . . . . with your MIL. She's going to recover and be beautiful ... wishing I had a snappy thought here ... don't! :) Thanks!
I'm sure you don't realize it, but there are plenty of us that only watch episodes that DON'T feature the women fighting. Perhaps it doesn't matter to you who tunes in to your shows - if it did, you'd stop pandering to the Jerry Springer audience & use the subtler approach that made the early OC seasons good tv rather than trash tv.