Welcome back Bev Hills lovers, we're getting into the thick of it now, and this episode for me was a delight. There are a lot of laughs here. Kyle breaks out in that strange vaudeville joke voice I love so much. Camille has a few great zingers about princess marriages and people with money. The Bickersons are adorable. Even Chef Bernie has returned to make snide remarks about Lisa!
But like all jokes (particularly offensive ones), not everyone is laughing. Let's jump to the big three moments of the week.
Two Boobs and a Tiara
I've got to give some major props to our editors for taking us right from Taylor saying, "Dana's not afraid of an entrance," to showing our new friend of the Housewives opening the door wearing a full length gown and a tiara. A tip of the hat to you production.
Kyle mentions there are "two boobs and a tiara staring me right in the face." And it's true -- subtle this girl ain't. There's a legion of people helping her try on wedding regalia. It was two birds holding ribbons short of the opening of Snow White. Then when Kyle and Taylor head back to sit and wait for her, fanned across the table are just a few leaflets out of Dana's child. Just pick up a pamphlet on your way out to get his full stats and info. And, why wouldn't there be? Dana's child is a genius.
I'm meeting him for pilates tonight. He’s really helping me work on my core.
Why isn't Kim Blogging??
I really want her to be able to defend herself and hear what she has to say about some of her antics and what she thinks about other's comments about her.
It really isn't fair how they talk behind her back. I hope she comes out soon and blogs about all the snide comments that are being slammed at her??
After seeing the preview of the upcoming episode, I can easily imagine this being my last season of watching RHBH. It is such a shame because this is the ONLY franchise where the women behave in a manner that doesn't make me ashamed to claim the show as a guilty pleasure. From what I can make of the comments on her blog page, she's obviously good for ratings however; at some point, you guys at Bravo are going to have to take responsibility for your contribution to television programming that is void of any socially redeeming value. It's been fun, but I fear it's over.